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JR RS310 Synthesized FM 3Ch Receiver 40mzh

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Old 02-02-2011, 04:58 AM
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Default JR RS310 Synthesized FM 3Ch Receiver 40mzh

hi i got a JR XS PRO 3 CHANNEL SYNTHESIZED 40 MHZ,can anyone tell me what recivers will work with this,theres still rs310 (27mzh and 75mzh fm} for sale but i cant get a rs310 synthesized 40mzh any where?so if you got one for sale contact me,but is there another reciever that will work with this transmitter?
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Where did you source the set from ? Reason I ask is that if it is a Japanese based set, then you will have some difficulty as their 40 MHz frequencies are different to the European/UK frequencies.

http://macgregor.co.uk/support/faq/FE40MHzFreq.pdf

European and UK frequencies end in a 5.
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i got it off ebay,but i am sure it for the uk market,i am trying to get jr to help but there slow,so are you saying it may well work with a normal reciver and cystal,?and it depends on jap verus european frequencies? i
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