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Old 05-31-2007, 02:43 PM
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I'm wanting to upgrade my radio and receiver on my Supervee 27 brushless. I have two transmitters that would support this. I have a JR XR3I and a Spektrum DX2. which would be the better way to go?

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Old 05-31-2007, 03:28 PM
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SPEKTRUM!!!!

they have no interference no matter how many other spektrums (or other radios that are on the 2.4ghz frequency) are there...
Old 05-31-2007, 03:48 PM
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SPEKTRUM DEFENETLEY NO INTERFERANCE NO ONE CAN BE ON YOUR CHANEL AND THEY CAN SEND MORE DATA!
Where did you get your specktrum Dx2 from + how much ?
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Old 05-31-2007, 05:19 PM
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ORIGINAL: Jonjoe

SPEKTRUM DEFENETLEY NO INTERFERANCE NO ONE CAN BE ON YOUR CHANEL AND THEY CAN SEND MORE DATA!
Where did you get your specktrum Dx2 from + how much ?
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a local hobby shop sold me one for $159.00 US
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Default RE: Which receiver should I buy

saleen308,
All things considered I think I'd have to agree with the above. Although, not for the same reason. Sure, not much chance of interference from other R/C'ers, but after than, there's probably as much 'junk' signals on 2.4 Ghz as there is anywhere else. So fr, we've just been lucky.
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Default RE: Which receiver should I buy

Spektrum... especially with high power electrics... they can be quite glitchy when using FM systems... DSS will totally eliminate that problem.

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