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Old 02-27-2007, 11:05 PM   #46
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I have had both......For myself i think the 3pk is more user friendly... Just my 2cents..
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Consider Nomadio ? work on both Nomadio and Spektrum Rx and its firmware is updatable at home. it is lightweight then my former Ex-10 with only 4 cell in it
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the pro version spectrum is 2.4gh also
Oh ok. I was only talking about the 2.4ghz system casue that is what all the raido compenys of gone to so they can have there own verson of the spectrucm.
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Oh ok. I was only talking about the 2.4ghz system casue that is what all the raido compenys of gone to so they can have there own verson of the spectrucm.
oh thats cool they have kinda there own verison of the spectrum

does it look any thing like the regular spectrum
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I like my Helios with the drop down. The M11 feels too bulky.
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oh thats cool they have kinda there own verison of the spectrum

does it look any thing like the regular spectrum
Yes it is very close to the spectrum system.
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I like my Helios with the drop down. The M11 feels too bulky.
Yeah I got that too with the M11 it does fell a little bulky.
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