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Old 06-09-2011, 01:24 PM
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Default RE: Pos shift receiver ?


ORIGINAL: Rodney Yes, some receivers can be "shift selectable" and there is at least one which automatically selects the shift. I do not recall the brand but it may have been Corona. However most are not. In most of the world, all receivers are positive shift including Hitec and Futaba which (in the USA) are negative shift receivers.
all receivers are positive shift including Hitec and Futaba - Negative

<dt>Receiver - Negative or Positive Shift?

Transmitters - Negative or positive shift?
"Regardless of frequency, all shift select TX are to be set on "SFT.N" i.e. 35 Mhz, 36 Mhz, 40 Mhz & 41 Mhz except when used with JR or Sanwa(Airtronics) RX operating on 72Mhz and 75 Mhz. Reference in need, "Transmit Shift SFT.N SFT.P" Eclipse manual page 11 download manual .pdf ."
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