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Old 06-21-2005, 11:23 AM   #1
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just wondering what everyone opinions where on tx and rx what brand and style, 27 or 75, and so on.
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just wondering what everyone opinions where on tx and rx what brand and style, 27 or 75, and so on.
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It is expensive though.What is the difference between 27mhz and 75mhz anyway?

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They're different frequency bands. 27 and 75mhz are the bands used by ground vehicals, and planes use 72mhz and possibly other bands (I dont know). There are only like 6 different channels on 27mhz and like 30 on 75mhz. There are more 75mhz channels and most rtr cars use 27mhz, so most people use 75mhz to avoid conflicts. Although some pro drivers use 27mhz because the channels are spaced farther apart over the band so there's less of a chance of interference and glitching.
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Do a search, there are alot of threads discussing radios in the electric on-road forum.
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M-8 and a Spektrum.I hate a crystal!!!!!!!!!
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They're different frequency bands. 27 and 75mhz are the bands used by ground vehicals, and planes use 72mhz and possibly other bands (I dont know). There are only like 6 different channels on 27mhz and like 30 on 75mhz. There are more 75mhz channels and most rtr cars use 27mhz, so most people use 75mhz to avoid conflicts. Although some pro drivers use 27mhz because the channels are spaced farther apart over the band so there's less of a chance of interference and glitching.
Thanks a lot now what is the difference between FM and AM?

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the smalled rx is crystal operated (ko 302).
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Clarity. Listen to am on the radio than listen to fm.
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If you are on a budget the JR XS3 Pro is a great radio. I bought it since I like the feel of JR better than anything else. There are many different brands out there. The best would probably be the Futaba, or the Airtronice M8. They just cost alot more and so do the recievers. The rx for the JR is 74 dollars so if yo urun multiple cars its nice. Another choice is if you are going to go with the Spektrum you need one of the much higher dollar radios.
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