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Old 01-28-2007, 07:16 AM   #1
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anyone remember this radio...i need a compatable receiver for it..all the info i have is the crsytal is a 27 Mhz one...


any recommendations..?
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anyone remember this radio...i need a compatable receiver for it..all the info i have is the crsytal is a 27 Mhz one...


any recommendations..?
the LRP reciever will work well with that. And I think the NOVAK XXL Rx
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Check out the K.O. website; www.kopropo.com Although they may not sell the radio anymore, they should have a receiver that will work with your radio.

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Correct, the EX-7 is an AM radio, so you should be able to use most any 27MHz Am receiver, which means ones like the LRP Phaser or Novak XXL should work fine.....
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Correct, the EX-7 is an AM radio, so you should be able to use most any 27MHz Am receiver, which means ones like the LRP Phaser or Novak XXL should work fine.....
Will a Futaba AM Rx work with a KO AM Tx? I thought they were different shifts (Futaba, Negative and KO, Positive)?

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i also heard about the negative and positive thingy...

anyway..will go down to hobby shops to check out those recommended receivers here...
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hows the HITEC HP-2RNB ?... any compatbility issue?

http://www.hitecrcd.com/Receivers/HP2RNB.htm
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Will a Futaba AM Rx work with a KO AM Tx? I thought they were different shifts (Futaba, Negative and KO, Positive)?

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Not sure, but if both are on 27MHz, then maybe, I've noticed that you do see brand-specific receivers on 75MHz, but for 27MHz, I don't see that, so I believe they all may operate the same way on that band(but I'm not 100% certain).....
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hows the HITEC HP-2RNB ?... any compatbility issue?

http://www.hitecrcd.com/Receivers/HP2RNB.htm
Again I can't be sure, but I THINK it would work, since we are talking about the 27MHz band....
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