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Old 10-08-2006, 01:58 AM   #1
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I know there are two types of servo out there..one is analog and the other is digital.

Whats the difference between these two types of servo???

Would a digital servo work with any radio including AM radios???
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analog is cheaper

analog consumes less power

digital cannot be used in an AM radio

digital is updated

analog can be used in an FM radio.
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The digital servos are much more responsive, and have a greater linear feel to them. If you are going to race, then I would recommend digital. Extra cost, but well worth it.
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Even if an analog and digital servo have the same torque rating, the digital has much more holding power. This, of course, takes a bit more juice from your battery, but with cells these days it's pretty trivial.
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Does this mean that a digital servo wouldn't work with Futaba MJ controller???
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