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Old 03-19-2008, 01:12 AM   #1
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Default ARC vs Exponential

I've shortlisted 2 radio sets to upgrade to:

Spektrum dx3.0 or the Sanwas MX-3FHSS. Is the spekrum's exponential function similar to sanwa's arc function. found the arc function to be useful on my current radio set(MX-A).

anyone can help? tks
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Yes pretty much the same, the curve may vary from one to the other, but the function is the same. Have you tried a DX 3.0 yet? I did not like the springy feeling of the wheel and felt more consistent with other radios (ended up with a 3pks).
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