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Other Frsky Tx

Discussion in 'Transmitters & Receivers' started by sneezy007, Dec 7, 2017.

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  1. sneezy007

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    Hi guys,

    Anyone use the FrSky TX? I'm thinking of getting one for my quads.

    Thanks,
    Dino
     
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    I have a multi-protocol Tx on the way just for this reason. Should be here in about a week or so. The only thing I'm worried about is the size of it. It's pretty small.
     
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    Is that the Jumper T8SG ?
     
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    I look forward to hearing about it Tony.
    Dino
     
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    murankar Moderator Staff Member Armed Forces

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    Can you say 8FG!!!!!

    LMOA.
     
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    Yup, but about half the size...
     
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    I hope it is as good as the 8FG. The price is scarry to me. Please let us know if it works and for how long.
     
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    I can say this, it is NOT a Futaba or the quality. But, it is a Tx to get someone started in the hobby.
     
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    I use the Taranis X9D and love it.
    With a bit of messing around in the software you can achieve almost anything you want.
    Whatever you are trying to do, someone else has surely already done it and can help you out.
    I also hear very good reports about the QX7.
     
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    Good to hear Stambo, I see the QX7s is out as well. I'll look at both in January. I'm sure I'll have questions as I embark on the FrSky journey.

    Thanks,
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    On the Jumper? I'm about 50/50 right now.
     
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    My FrSky QX7s arrived yesterday. Now I have to learn how to program the darn thing. :beguiled:

    Time to do some more research.
    Dino
     
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    What Tx are you using Dino?
     
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    QX7s Tony.
     
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    lmao, I thought the QX7s was a quad hahahaha. Sorry about that.
     
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    No worries Tony, it's the upgraded version of the QX7.
    Dino
     
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    Yea, I don't have one of those, so I have no idea lol.
     
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    I have the taranis. I have not flown with it yet but I like the programming. It reminds me of the old airtronics RD8000. When they came out everyone said they were a nightmare to program. I loved mine, to me it was easier than the other big brands. It also has a cooler old school look to it not the black plastic blob look. If you get one and learn it I think you will be into it.
     
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