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Old 02-06-2005, 10:59 PM
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Originally posted by psbarger
Actually, the way a radio feels to you is IMO (and many others) the single most important aspect since all the high end radios have basically the same features.



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Old 02-07-2005, 04:42 AM
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Back to the original question; Can someone enligthning me on how much response will improve if I upgrade my Presto to the Helios. I know the frame rate on the Helios is twice as fast on the Helios, but I cant really relate it to something I know of... Is it similar to upgrade a 0,15 sec/60 degree servto to 0,10? Or cant it be expressed in so simple terms?

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Originally posted by Cole Trickle
Back to the original question; Can someone enligthning me on how much response will improve if I upgrade my Presto to the Helios. I know the frame rate on the Helios is twice as fast on the Helios, but I cant really relate it to something I know of... Is it similar to upgrade a 0,15 sec/60 degree servto to 0,10? Or cant it be expressed in so simple terms?

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the advanced is faster but I highly doubt that anyone could tell the difference between the two


i think cant notice it.but comparing with presto,i think can
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