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Old 03-17-2004, 05:15 PM
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Default airtronics receiver---servos question

just bought my airtronics super 6.. now i am looking for a reciever and servos.. my question is i am going to buy the reciever new from tower what brand of servos can i use besides airtronics.. futaba? JR? tower?
Old 03-17-2004, 05:46 PM
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Default RE: airtronics receiver---servos question

If you get an Aitronics "Z" style reciever, you can use JR, Hitec, Futaba or whatever, as the "Z" has the wires the same as all the other brands. You wil not be able to use the older Airtrinics without changing the plug or using an adapter.
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Default RE: airtronics receiver---servos question

thats the answer i was looking for THANKS
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Default RE: airtronics receiver---servos question

new problem err i mean confusion.. i am looking at two receivers (Airtronics 7-Channel Micro Dual Conversion Micro Rx) and (Airtronics 7-Channel DC FM Micro Narrow Receiver) the first one says 75mhz in the description and the second says 72mhz.. my trans. is a 72mhz ppm/fm.. i know the diff between the dual and single but will a 72mhz radio operate the 75mhz reviever?[:@]
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Default RE: airtronics receiver---servos question

The 72 MHZ is reserved solely for aircraft and helicopters. The 75 MHZ is for surface craft such as boats, cars, hovercraft, robotics etc. And NO, you cannot drive a 75 MHZ reciever with a 72MHZ transmitter.
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Default RE: airtronics receiver---servos question

OK thanks..

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