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Old 11-05-2005, 10:15 AM
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just got a jr 9309 and the manual kinda sucks! anybody know of a better source of programing info for this radio?
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Old 11-05-2005, 10:49 AM
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Hi Scotty, have you tried the one on Horizon Hobbies site or the one on MacGregor Industries site(PCM 9XII)?

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http://www.horizonhobby.com/ProdInfo...scriptions.pdf
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Old 11-06-2005, 07:08 AM
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The problem with writing a manual especially in this class of equipment is that you can either go totally overboard and have one the size of a Telephone Directory, or the opposite end ie just a quick summary sheet and then all points in between.

Do you aim the manual for the beginner ? Intermediate ? or advanced user ? As this beast is triple model type, do you write a large volume per type or what ?

As transmitters become more powerful and feature rich, it then increases the time period required to bring such a manual or series of manuals to print. What would you prefer ? The set in your hands with a manual (albeit not to your liking) or to wait up to a year for a fully comprehensive manual.

I think that what is available is sufficient for the average guy who has reasonable experience (don't forget that the 9 series is not an entry level set). With the vast amount of info available on various forums and the support given by Danny in his sub forum, I think the 9 series is well supported.

One thing that I would like to see (somewhere) is a decent consolidated list of FAQ's.

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