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Old 06-16-2007, 10:23 AM   #1
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Will any 75mhz reciever (ex. Futaba) work for a JR XR3 Transmitter or any 75mhz radio?
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Will any 75mhz reciever (ex. Futaba) work for a JR XR3 Transmitter or any 75mhz radio?
don't know about 75MHz, but @40MHz, I've used a Futaba receiver with JR transmitter and Multiplex crystals!!! it should work, nevertheless, always make a range test before run....
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Will any 75mhz reciever (ex. Futaba) work for a JR XR3 Transmitter or any 75mhz radio?
No it wont. Futaba and Hitec are positive shift receivers. Airtronics, KO and JR are negative shift.
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I use a Tunable freq. JR RX with a M8 Tx
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So far as I know, Hitec is the only company that works with both... (if marked on the box that it is auto-shift.)
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