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Tranmitter for Radioshack Hummer H2

Old 10-30-2014, 04:33 AM
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Default Tranmitter for Radioshack Hummer H2

Hi folks,

I have a Radioshack Hummer H2 http://support.radioshack.com/suppor...oc71/71672.pdf
and missing the transmitter, Seems that an original one is rare but found this one
http://www.ebay.com/itm/Transmitter-...7#ht_895wt_882
It has all the features of the Hummer transmitter just different colors , anyone tested or would know if this transmitter could work on the Hummer?

Thanks!
Old 11-19-2014, 04:29 PM
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haven't ran across one of these yet..... time to go hobby grade
Old 11-19-2014, 08:55 PM
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if it is the same frequency it should work. i mean that a 27 mhz controller should work with a 27 mhz toy rc and a 49 mhz controller should work with a 49 mhz toy rc.
there might be some problems like range and some features might not work right or at all but it should work. just be careful because the controls might be switched around meaning that you turn right but the rc turns left or you go forward and the rc goes in reverse. that would mean some work is needed but it is fixable.
Old 11-21-2014, 05:31 AM
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I went kind of deep in thta problem and my conc,lusion is, it's VERY complex... The band 27 , 49 mhz etc... is only like 20% of the problem... the radio coding makes all the difference... and brands make it even more tricky..! The more the high end toys the less chance to find a compatobkle tarnsmitter. That goes for Radioshack old school RC , Nikko and Tyco.Ther you fall in the difference between non prportional control and proportional , and icing on the cake ; integrated multiband vs one band so it's mostly a gamble to pick-up the correct transmitter when you can't find the exact same one..!
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wow that is deep. iv'e used things like a maisto controller with a new bright rc to a nikko controller with a jada rc car with good results. even with non proportional controller on a rc with proportional steering it worked as a all left or all right the bang bang steering i think it's called.
thanks for some extra info on that it's good to know. i'd say depending how invested you want to be in it give it a try if it's priced reasonably give it a shot.
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do you still have this hummer?
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I have everything the only thing is the battery for the truck won’t hold a charge

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