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TR624 vs TR625

Old 02-06-2014, 08:18 AM
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I am looking to upgrade my Hitec Optic 6 to 2.4 and am looking at the Tactic module to do this. For the airplanes why would a person choose the TR625 receiver vs. the TR624? They are both listed as full range receivers so I am not sure what the big difference is between the 2 (besides 1 vs 2 antennas and price). I fly primarily 40 size sport aircraft so mounting the 2 antennas perpendicular to each other would prove a little challenging.
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Here's the web page that talks about them: http://www.tacticrc.com/receivers/index.html
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I saw that on the website, but other than "demanding radio environments" I did not see a real difference. What does that mean, why would I choose one receiver over another?
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If you have an aircraft with a carbon fuselage, a metal-covered one, one with a lot of metal components, you are flying at the extremes of range, in a noisy RF environment, and so forth. The additional antenna gives you better reception because you can position it away from the first antenna and at a different angle.

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