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Old 02-19-2003, 01:47 PM
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hello friends!
im building the Fiberclassics Mig 29, and im having a shortage of radio chanesl with JR 10. are there any radio with more channels available?
ive heard of a graupner with up to 16 chanells, is that true?

thanks for your help!
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Old 02-19-2003, 02:06 PM
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Multiplex RE12 = 12 full channels
Multiplex Profi 4000 = 12 full channels
Not sure about the Graupner!
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Old 02-19-2003, 04:13 PM
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thanks friend!ill check multiplex!
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I advise that you avoid the Multiplex Royal Evo 12. At present, the software is not up to the standard required for all the combinations and complexity of a 12 channel model, in my opinion. In fact it struggles at 9 channels. The Multiplex 4000 is probably expensive where you are but the programmability is immense.

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Instead of a new radio, try a JR matchbox to get more channels or servo connections.
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im using 3 natchboxes already!!!!
ill think about!
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Graupner also has a 12 channel radio, the mc-24, which is made by JR for Graupner.

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You have 10 channel 3 of them with matchboxes and you need MORE CHANNELS?! What kind of crack is your airplane smokeing? What is every channel and every matchbox connected to? There _HAS_ to be a way to simplify the existing setup. Spill the whole setup I'd be interseted in shooting off some suggestions.
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