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Old 10-19-2001, 04:54 AM   #1
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Default does anyone know if lrp has their 75mhz phaser recievier out or where to get one?????

yes i am tring to find out if lrp has released the 75 mhz phaser reciever yet,and if they have where can i get one at. thankyou
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I just check Horizon, I only see the 27mhz Phaser. Ususally Horizon has them in the database when they are released, so i would assume that it isnt out yet. I'll keep my eyes open for any news though.
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Old 10-19-2001, 07:28 AM   #3
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The Phaser is not availible on 75 mhz. LPR has no plans to produce it on 75 mhz either (according to a post someone from LRP made on another web site).
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that not to smart of LRP not to make it in 75 mhz beuces there a lot more pepleo runing 75 mhz then 27 mhz.
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I also wish the Phaser is made in 75mhz.
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Well Lrp did make the 75mhz phazer but stop making em because alot of people complained of glitching problems with their phazers.
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I think i read a post on LRP's board about it. They said they tried making one, but there was a problem with compatability with different radios. I believe some companies use positive switching and some negative switching. That is why there is 2 rows on the first dial on the new Nokak XXtra
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thats right they did make it, held one in my hand but severe glitching problems forced lrp to stop production.
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