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What's the main radio brand you use?

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David Ashby - Moderator14/07/2011 16:56:11
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Ok, a more serious poll then now we've tweaked the poll module......

Edited By David Ashby - RCME Administrator on 14/07/2011 17:02:06

Tom T14/07/2011 17:12:17
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I'm really liking these! Please keep them coming, is it possible to make a whole quiz? I voted for Spektrum on this one as its the one i use all the time but i have heard that Spektrum are now coming out with radios that lose connection. Should i think about changing?
Romeo Whisky14/07/2011 17:15:25
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Percentages are interesting but rather meaningless unless you know what the actual numbers are. If only one person voted it might indicate 100% take-up of his brand of transmitter!
Could we see numbers as well as percentage figures please?
David Ashby - Moderator14/07/2011 17:17:36
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Yes, good point, I've asked for that RW.
Steve Hargreaves - Moderator14/07/2011 17:18:21
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Working well David.....IE8 & Win XP on my machine....
Other much do you spend a year on modelling.....where do you buy your modelling supplies from...Online abroad...LMS.... Should Futaba reduce the price of their 2.4GHz Rxs (would only need the yes box for that one I think)
I think my wife might be interested in his technology too.....What shall we have for tea....what shall we watch on these shoes go with this skirt......the list is endless...
Allan Bowker14/07/2011 17:21:23
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Hey great! Love polls.
00114/07/2011 17:42:23
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I have voted JR but use a JR transmitter with a Spektrum module and mostly Spektrum receivers, so the result might not be so clear cut as it should be at the end.
But, then, it's only a bit of fun?
Biggles' Elder Brother - Moderator14/07/2011 17:46:12
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I like this - I think this is going to be fun!
Wingman14/07/2011 19:11:45
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Think you really need to keep bumping it so it stays at the top of the "Latest Posts"
crispin church14/07/2011 19:18:39
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if your getting in to it really need what make tx and what rx ie spektrum and how many orange dsm2
Tom T14/07/2011 19:35:30
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This comment is just to keep it at the top of latest posts.
Is it possible to create a likes bar on each comment like Youtube has done?
Doug Ireland14/07/2011 19:38:39
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Surprising to see Futaba getting so much of the vote.
Andy Green14/07/2011 19:40:47
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I'm JR have been for over 20 years, but....
I need (OK Want) a new radio. I'm fortunate that I can afford whatever I like, my last 2 Radios were a PCM10 and currently a PCM10X (10 years old so I get my monies worth).
I want the top of the range JR, which I recon to be the DSX12, but its only available in DSM2 format. DSM is being superseded by both JR & Spektrum.
Newer JR radios are now using DSMS (or DSMJ) but not this radio.
With money burning a hole in said pocket, I'm very tempted to jump over the fence and buy Futaba who seem to have this 2.4 off pat.
Back to the web trawling for any glimmer that JR will produce a radio to compete with the latest Futaba offerings.
ps don't let anyone dare mention the DSX11 its horrible.
Tom T14/07/2011 21:34:05
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Looks as if Spektrum is falling. I wonder if I should of gone with Futaba rather than Spektrum. It'll cost to much to change now so i'm sticking with Spektrum!
Richard Harris14/07/2011 21:49:44
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Futaba all of my modelling life , you pay for what you get
Bob Cotsford14/07/2011 21:50:41
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I've voted 'Other' but the one Tx is Futaba and the other Hitec, both with FrSky modules.
Lindsay Todd14/07/2011 22:21:02
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Futaba, 35 and 2.4 although I have to admit a recent purchase of a DX6i but have recovered and since sold and purchased more Futaba RX's.
Tim Hooper14/07/2011 22:24:22
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Gave my old Sanwa and Futaba gear away after many years faultless service, and changed to Spekky. Equally faultless 12 months on.
Stephen Jones14/07/2011 22:40:24
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I have always use Futaba , although recently i have fitted Frsky module and bought Frsky receivers for both of my 7c transmitters 35Mhz and 2.4
Martin Harris14/07/2011 23:07:53
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Voted Jeti as that's the system the receivers see but it's in a Futaba tranny - I also use a Futaba 35 MHz one.

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