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Stylus or Not

Old 11-01-2005, 09:09 AM
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Default Stylus or Not

I have recently relocated and brought all my RC kit with me, all my TxRx are 35 Mhz.

It is now time to start using 72Mhz, as I have been getting interference. Since I need to change the Tx and some 12 receivers budget is a problem.

Looking around JR 9303 is a beautiful system but very costly especially in terms of receivers. Soon Airtronics Stylus was considered, not only it is cheaper but also the receivers are much cheaper, making the whole transition less painful.


Can anybody provide me with some thinking points so I can tip the balance.

Thanks
Old 11-01-2005, 10:46 AM
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Default RE: Stylus or Not

I have used a Stylus for several years now and have nothing bad to say. I love it. I really like the fact that I can assign any swith to any funcyion. I lso like that it is shift selectable so I can use any btand receiver, positive or negative shift. The card features are great too.
Here is an old link that really covers the features and small review as well:
http://www.wtp.net/DBEST/StylusPR.html

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