let's have a proper go with the new voting module
|Daithi O Buitigh||24/04/2012 18:13:52|
612 forum posts
FrSky and clones should surely be listed as a choice being a very popular radio (especially when flash upgraded to ER9x)
|Ben B||24/04/2012 18:19:13|
1148 forum posts
I used to be a Futaba person but recently got a nice shiny dx8 and haven't look back. Lovely bit of kit and (fingers crossed) rock solid other than when I used an indoor/park-fly orange received that clearly was really only an indoor receiver. Since moving to a AR6115e I haven't had any problems at all.
|Josip Vrandecic -Mes||24/04/2012 19:12:50|
1426 forum posts
Most modellers in former Yugoslavia were oriented in secure and trusted brands of TX /RX,because no services at that time,40 years ago.A most wanted brands were Multiplex and Futaba.I have had two Multiplex,but highly increased prices at that time,forced me to buy Futaba brand .Today I have two Futaba's .......and fly by T8FG ,lightweight and fine balanced ,for my ability- quite sufficient...
Thanks for Your time
Note:Even today, there is no repair services in Croatia..but I send ,defective devices,by mail, in Austria or Germany.
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|Area 51||24/04/2012 19:30:52|
166 forum posts
Futaba boy since I bagged my first set from Ashton Models in 1974... Still have the set, its working on 27mhz... nostagia corner in the workshop.. now use 2.4 module and have kept my 35mhz gear as its coming back in fashion..
Have a Spektrum DX7 to keep the indoor flyers under control...
|Chris Armstrong||08/06/2012 22:58:24|
13 forum posts
Had two Futaba sets in the past. Currently contemplating a Hitec AFHSS one mainly on cost & a good review in RCME. Probably stick with Futaba servos though.
|57 forum posts|
361 forum posts
I have always used Futaba Radio gear in all my planes and heli's, Dont know why as there is a lot of good competition to choose from,, probably because the first plane i bought was fully loaded with Futaba gear and a challenger Transmitter.
I am still old school using the FF9 on 35mhz....
|Reno Racer||09/06/2012 11:13:26|
991 forum posts
Started with Futaba (35Mhz, then FASST), turned splitter for a while and went to Spectrum DX7 due to low cost of recievers, now back with Futaba (S-FHSS). After a few glitches and crashes with AR500's i lost all confidence in the Spectrum system; really hppy with Futaba, its almost idiot and bullet proof.
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