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Old 05-08-2003, 09:49 AM   #1
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I am new to RC and am wondering if any XXL 75Mhz receiver will work with any 75Mhz transmitter? I have a Airtronics M8 and would like to buy some Novak receivers. I just want to make sure they will work with the Airtronics gear first.

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When you look for an XXL, make sure you get the Airtronics (Sanwa) version. Novak makes a Futaba and a Sanwa version, and maybe others. It is normally marked clearly on the package.
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I think you'll be OK. I trade one of my AM XXL receivers for an FM one. When I got it it was for a JR radio but I plug my Airtronics crystals in it and it worked just fine.
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Is there a diffrents? I have a futaba 3PDJ and looking in to get one of the novak ones and is there relay a diffrents? THANKS
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Yes, there IS a difference. Here are the Novak part numbers for reference:

NOV2475F - XXL FM 2 Channel Receiver, Futaba
NOV2475H - XXL FM 2 Channel Receiver, Hitec
NOV2475J - XXL FM 2 Channel Receiver, JR
NOV2475K - XXL FM 2 Channel Receiver, KO
NOV2475S - XXL FM 2 Channel Receiver, Sanwa (Airtronics)

There is also NOV2427, which is the 27 MHz FM version of the receiver.
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I have two XXLs, a Futaba and a Sanwa. Both work with Airtronics crystals with no noticeable performance difference. They also work well with a JR XS3 synth radio with the same crystals.
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I have an JR XXL that I use with my M8 and airtronics crystals. Works fine.
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maybe its the plugs?
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