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I had a Subscriber on YouTube ask me how you adjust the stick tension on the DX9 and instead of just typing out a reply, I decided to make a quick little video on how to adjust your stick tension. Hope this helps someone out that was worried about tearing up their transmitter right after they purchased it lol.
In this video, I walk you through how to set up a basic airplane in the DX9. As always, if you have any questions, all you have to do is post below and we will help you out. [MEDIA=youtube]CcwGAS4xekk[/MEDIA]
For all of you new DX9 owners out there, as well as those that are looking into getting the DX9, here is the video on how to set up the Tx with basic Helicopter parameters. This video will walk you through the basics of getting that new bird up in the air. As always, if you have any questions, comments or suggestions, please post them up! We would love to read them!
If there is one thing unique about computer transmitters, it's the ability to make them your own with your name, your backlight intensity, contrast and so on. In this video, I walk you through how to do just that as well as show you how to calibrate your sticks. [MEDIA=youtube]v6fdQeLlLr0[/MEDIA]
One of the first things you need to do with your new DX9 is update the firmware. If you don't, when you turn it on, and when you shut it off, it will give you a message telling you to register your DX9 and update the firmware. In this video, I show you step by step exactly how to do that.
Since selling off my DX8, I had to invest in a better Tx that will take me further into the future with this hobby, and the DX9 Black Edition was just the ticket!