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Old 09-07-2005, 10:12 PM
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Default 9303 or 10x

Is there anywhere I can view a feature by feature comparison of the 9303 air vs the 10x air.
Old 09-08-2005, 08:53 AM
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Default RE: 9303 or 10x

You can find quite a bit of information here:

http://www.jrradios.com/

You might also find some information here:

http://www.rcuniverse.com/product_guide/radioguide.cfm
Old 09-08-2005, 09:03 AM
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Default RE: 9303 or 10x

I want a competition level radio bad but want to see if the differences between the 9303 and the 10x is worth the $400 more.

I looked at the links you provided but I really can't find a SIDE by SIDE comparison. what i am looking for is all the diffrences for example

10x movable flex antenna 9303 standard antenna
10x touch screen 9303 4 buttons
10x 10 models 9303 30 models
10x data safe 9303 ?
10x (phase shift selectable?) 9303 (phase shift selectable?)
10x comes with case 9303 no case
10x 5 modes 9303 3 modes
10x ?? 9303 ball bearing gymbals

another question I know a couple of pilots who managed to make a 10x mix a percentage of down elevator to throttle, the tricky part is that you only get the down elevator mix on the last click of low throttle will the 9303 do this?

For P-mix functions such as rud to ail and rud to elev for knife edge coupling do these have to be assigned to a switch or can you make them be on all the time without a switch?


Old 09-08-2005, 10:39 AM
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Default RE: 9303 or 10x

I've got the 10X airplane, and am considering the 9303 for heli. Do You have to turn the 9303 transmitter off then on again to get into the programming? That seems very cumbersome if you're fine-tuning you aircraft with the engine running.
Old 09-08-2005, 11:56 AM
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Default RE: 9303 or 10x

Since you are the only one with "your" dollar value system no one but you can answer the question and a side by side comparison of programing is only one aspect.

Since you seem to be 'feature prone' I'm guessing the 9303 will be your choice------I have a 10X and wouldn't go the other way-----but then that is 'my' value system.

When you make your comparison however make certain you also add in the cost of the 10X servos------if you do not and compare the 811 with the 8611a you are comparing apples and oranges.
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Default RE: 9303 or 10x

dmtnm,
No problems on the 9303 to mix a little down elevator at low throttle settings.
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Default RE: 9303 or 10x

To get into model select, model type, modulation etc you have to turn off the 9303, hold the ENT key and turn the system on. For most functions you do not need to.

The 10X has the ability to fine tune set ups to a greater degree than the 9303, for example multi point mixes, throttle curves, etc on the 10X you can select where you want the "points" to be to adjust while on the 9303 they are fixed. Little things like that allow a finer set up, however the 9303 is an excellent system with MANY features and most of the features of the 10X. They are both outstanding systems. I use both regularly.

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