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Old 03-04-2005, 07:40 AM
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will reciver crystals work with any receiver futbua hitec ect.?
Old 03-05-2005, 01:44 AM
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Unfortunately no. Different brands use either a positive or a negitive shift crystal set. I think Futaba and Hitec are compatible and JR and Airtronics are compatible. Don't quote me on that though. For safety sake, don't mix if don't have to.
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Default RE: radio crystals

sorry wrong post
Old 04-02-2005, 02:18 AM
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ORIGINAL: gubbs3

Unfortunately no. Different brands use either a positive or a negitive shift crystal set. I think Futaba and Hitec are compatible and JR and Airtronics are compatible. Don't quote me on that though. For safety sake, don't mix if don't have to.
Futaba and Hitec should not be mixed if it's an FM rado. The load capacitance between the two crystals are different. They will work (along with JR) for the 75MHz AM. We advertise our 75MHz AM sets (Performance Devices) to work with all brands (The load cap on the 75MHz AM Airtronics is different, so it's a stand-alone). The radio manufacturers won;t tell you any of this!

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