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Other Orange Rx

Discussion in 'Transmitters & Receivers' started by bigone5500, Nov 28, 2017.

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    So right now I'm lovin this lemon rx. Works great. I'd like to know what you guys that have had dealings with the orange rx think of it.
     
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    I have 4 or 5 planes that I have the OrangeRX receivers in. Several 6 channel rx's and one 8 channel rx. All of them have never failed me. I don't fly much farther than the field at my local club, which isn't real small. I've never had a brown-out nor any other problem from the OrangeRX line. For the price, you just can't beat them.
     
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    I've used a few and never had any issues. You might also look at the Lemon Rx range, if anything I like the Lemons better
     
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    I haven't done a range test with this one but I did fly with it to about 100' with no issues.
     
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    So which one do you have? OrangeRx or Lemon Rx? They are (or at least used to be) completely separate companies. They may have merged, not sure. Just had to ask since you mention both.
     
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    I have never run the Lemon, but I have run the OrangeRx, and have only had one issue with one Rx. Could have been batteries, I can't remember. Been a while. But they are fantastic for the price!
     
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    Prices may be different if you buy direct from lemon Rx rather than through a re-seller on Amazon who will be adding his own mark-up. Plus of course there are many different receivers in the Orange and lemon ranges at different price points.

    The cheapest 6 channel receiver from lemon Rx is $8.05 that's about the same as the cheapest 6 channel from Orange and a little cheaper than that listing on Amazon.
    Lemon Rx DSM2 Compatible 6-Channel Receiver (Feather Light Top Pin)
     
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