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T-72 Movement Sound – SFX Library

T-72 sound
SFX for Games – Vehicles

T-72 Tank SFX

T-72 Movement sound is a sound of T-72’s tracks from the T-72 Tank SFX sound library. The library includes 13 audio files and the detailed PDF-instruction for developers on how to use it.

The basic T-72 is relatively underpowered, with a 780 hp (580 kW) supercharged version of the basic 500 hp (370 kW) V-12 diesel engine originally designed for the World War II-era T-34. The 0.58 m wide tracks run on large-diameter road wheels, which allows for easy identification of the T-72 and descendants (the T-64 family has relatively small road wheels).

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T-72 SFX – Demonstration

T-72 Sound
SFX for Games – Vehicles

T-72 Tank SFX

Demonstration of using the T-72 sound library in a virtual simulator. The library includes 13 audio files and the detailed PDF-instruction for developers on how to use it.

The development of the T-72 was a direct result of the introduction of the T-64 tank. The T-64 (Object 432) was a very ambitious project to build a competitive well-armoured tank with a weight of not more than 36 tons. Under the direction of Alexander Morozov in Kharkiv a new design emerged with the hull reduced to the minimum size possible. To do this, the crew was reduced to three soldiers, removing the loader by introducing an automated loading system.

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T-72 Idle Sound – SFX Library

T-72 sound
SFX for Games – Vehicles

T-72 Tank SFX

T-72 Idle sound – V-12 diesel engine sound from the T-72 Tank SFX sound library. The library includes 13 audio files and the detailed PDF-instruction for developers on how to use it.

The T-72 is extremely lightweight, at forty-one tonnes, and very small compared to Western main battle tanks. The basic T-72 is relatively underpowered, with a 780 hp (580 kW) supercharged version of the basic 500 hp (370 kW) V-12 diesel engine originally designed for the World War II-era T-34.

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T-72 Acceleration Sound – SFX Library

T-27 sound
SFX for Games – Vehicles

T-72 Tank SFX

T-72 Acceleration sound of V-12 diesel engine from the T-72 Tank SFX sound library. The library includes 13 audio files and the detailed PDF-instruction for developers on how to use it.

The steering system is a traditional dual-tiller layout instead of the easier-to-use steering wheel or steering yoke common in modern Western tanks. This set-up requires the near-constant use of both hands, which complicates employment of the seven speed manual transmission.

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T-72 Driving Sound – SFX Library

T-72 sound
SFX for Games – Vehicles

T-72 Tank SFX

T-72 Driving sound of V-12 diesel engine at max speed from the T-72 Tank SFX sound library. The library includes 13 audio files and the detailed PDF-instruction for developers on how to use it.

The T-72 wears the 125 mm 2A46 series main gun, a significantly larger calibre than the standard 105 mm gun found in contemporary Western MBTs, and still slightly larger than the 120 mm/L44 found in many modern Western MBTs. As is typical of Soviet tanks, the gun is capable of firing anti-tank guided missiles, as well as standard main gun ammunition, including HEAT and APFSDS rounds.

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T-72 Hit Sound – SFX Library

T-72 sound
SFX for Games – Vehicles

T-72 Tank SFX

T-72 Hit sound from the T-72 Tank SFX sound library – the sounds when the tank hits an obstacle. The library includes 13 audio files and the detailed PDF-instruction for developers on how to use it.

Late model T-72s, such as the T-72B, featured improved turret armour, visibly bulging the turret front—nicknamed “super-Dolly Parton” armour by Western intelligence. The turret armour of the T-72B was the thickest and most effective of all Soviet tank armour; it was even thicker than the frontal armour of the T-80B. The T-72B used a new “reflecting-plate armour”, in which the frontal cavity of the cast turret was filled with a laminate of alternating steel and non-metallic layers. The glacis was also fitted with 20 mm of appliqué armour. The late production versions of the T-72B/B1 and T-72A variants also featured an anti-radiation layer on the hull roof.

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