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Old 02-05-2003, 10:06 AM   #1
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Default New Nosram Gemini receiver

Got the picture from www.rczone.net

Looks like a great addition if you use Nosram ESC's...


From the looks and specs, it is totally like the KR-301F from Ko Propo. Just like when LRP Phaser was exactly same as the KR-297Z.
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Old 02-05-2003, 10:33 AM   #2
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Looks pretty
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Old 02-05-2003, 10:30 PM   #3
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Ha ha sister product to the LRP Phaser
Now I just got to make up my mind, metallic blue or metallic red.... hehheeheh

P.S Yes, I know LRP took over Nosram some time back
Nosram Dominator = LRP Quantum
Nosram Gemini = LRP Phasor

Dunno abt u guys, but I find the similarity to the Vauxhall/Opel relationship freaky hehehehehe
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looks pretty nice

Do you guys know if its going to be in high response or not ?
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High Response ?

What does it mean ? isn't it just marketing ???

I used to have XXL, Futaba or Sanwa traditional receivers and that's perform very well.
According to me, a high speed servo is more efficient.
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nah man, high response send signals 40% faster then normal to digital servos.

Radios like the mars r which i have wont work with lrp Phaser recievers because it cant work as fast or so to speak...
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humm, very slight improvement...

I made some investigation and yes the Gemini is "High Response"
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Looks nice .. I like the red

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