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Old 07-31-2005, 02:29 AM   #1
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I'm planning to but M11 radio DSM combo.

I have more than 1 car and is it possible to use more than 1 car with the same TX module
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Old 07-31-2005, 03:15 AM   #2
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Yes thatīs possible. Thatīs the same with all transmitters. It doesnīt depend on the TX module but just on the number of modelmemories in the transmitter and nowadays all of them have more than one. From what I have read the M11 will have 30 model memory.
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I know that but what i was wondering is:

is it possible with the tx spektrum module to use more than 1 rx module at the same time, i mean like have more than 1 rx modules for more than 1 car with the same tx spektrum module.
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Yes thatīs possible also. You just have to bind a new receiver to the spektrum transmitter what is something of a setup process.
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thank you very much.

I think i will go on buying it.
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