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Old 07-07-2005, 06:33 PM
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im looking for the best FM Receiver 3CH or 4CH.

ty tom it will go in a fg mt
Old 07-08-2005, 09:28 AM
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The Hitec DCX, that often is included with the Hitec CRX is (according to Hitec) the only Surface Dual Conversion Receiver on the market.
http://www.hitecrcd.com/Receivers/DCX.htm
Beware that it needs special Dual Conversion crystals.

A Dual Conversion Receiver is less prone to glitching and has a better range than Single Conversion Receivers.

Most Air Receivers today are Duel Conversion.
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will that Receiver work with a single stick controler?
Old 07-12-2005, 09:43 AM
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Default RE: FM Receiver

It should work with Transmitters from Hitec/Futaba and JR/KO/Airtronics FM transmitters.

Receivers doesn't see any difference between stick, single stick and pistol grip transmitters, but give Hitec a call(858.748.8440) or e-mail([email protected]) with a question regarding your specific transmitter.
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ORIGINAL: JRexA

The Hitec DCX, that often is included with the Hitec CRX is (according to Hitec) the only Surface Dual Conversion Receiver on the market.
http://www.hitecrcd.com/Receivers/DCX.htm
Beware that it needs special Dual Conversion crystals.

A Dual Conversion Receiver is less prone to glitching and has a better range than Single Conversion Receivers.

Most Air Receivers today are Duel Conversion.

I agree!! The DCX has easily the most rugged and stable xtal based receiver i have used.

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