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Old 04-30-2010, 05:46 PM
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Can two or more 2.4 GHz receivers be controlled at the same time from a single transmitter?
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ORIGINAL: fsheplavy

Can two or more 2.4 GHz receivers be controlled at the same time from a single transmitter?
Why would you want to?
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ORIGINAL: bobferguson
ORIGINAL: fsheplavy Can two or more 2.4 GHz receivers be controlled at the same time from a single transmitter?
Why would you want to?
Some flyers of large models like to have an extra receiver for redundancy or to avoid long servo/power leadsto say thetailplane of a 120" 4 engineLancaster

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