EDIT: Microsoft has fixed this issue about 90-95%. There are still some stock airplanes whose radios do not work properly such as the C152. While the C152 can receive dual comms, it cannot only listen to COM1 or COM2. It’s like they’re both always on regardless of what the buttons indicate.
Currently, the radios don’t function properly in that there isn’t a way to monitor both COM1 and COM2 while on the PilotEdge live air traffic control network (X-Plane, FSX, FS2004 and P3D all work fine). This goes for G1000 aircraft, and airliners. A few of the steam gauge aircraft work, but you cannot transmit and receive simultaneously on separate radios. While the buttons exist on the cockpit panel, they don’t function correctly. This means there is no way to check an ATIS without asking to leave the frequency, nor can you monitor guard (121.5) while in flight.
It was actually functioning properly in several of the G1000 aircraft during one of the FS2020 silent updates about 5-6 weeks ago, but stopped working again soon after.
PilotEdge staff would be glad to work with you all on this issue.