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Other Flysky Fs Th9x Vs Flysky I6x

Discussion in 'Transmitters & Receivers' started by Muhammad Qaisar Ali, Jun 21, 2018.

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  1. Muhammad Qaisar Ali

    Muhammad Qaisar Ali New Member

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    Hi,
    Am quite new to this community,I hope I will get help from here.
    I am going to buy a transmitter for my self,
    I am got confused about it.
    I want more functions and long range,,
    Which one I should buy,fs i6x or fs th9x?.
    Thanks in advance.
     


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    I have no idea about these Tx's, but from what I can see the TH9X is a newer Tx and has 3 more channels. It also will accept a module in the back of it for different options.
     
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    Thanks for your kind reply....
    Am Greaftul sir..
     
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    No worries, that is what we are here for. If you have any other questions don't hesitate to post up.
     
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    Unless the TH9X has been updated I wouldn't waist your time with that radio. If you can get one thats moded for firmware flashing its going to be very limiting in function. FlySky has better options with the newer models.

    When you say long rage whats your idea of long rang? Most 2.4 gHz radios will go about .75 of a mile safely or about 1200 meters. If you want to go farther then; its my understanding, you want to go to 900 mHz. Anywho look at the newer options by FlySky or look at frSky (better option).
     
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    Heartiest thanks sir...
    Now I got intrested in radiolink At10ii.
    What about this radio ,how is this...
    If you have some knowledge kindly share..
    Thanks in advance..
     
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