RE: Radio Equip. Needs Question
I posted this comment in your other thread but it was buried at the bottom. The only real issue with rds8k is the stunning silence you get if you ask if anyone has a compatible buddy box. This is easily remedied with a used rd8000 or other older model. If you don't have need for buddy boxing, no problem. It is a very fine radio and as Ken pointed out, it is hard to beat the 94102 servo.
Posted on: 9/7/2012 5:45 PM by Author "AwwNaww"
in the forum "Beginners"
RE: Beginner TX probably Airtronics RDS 8000
I really like the rds8000 but would like to point out one topic. If you are a beginner, you will likely need to buddy box. You might have trouble finding another compatible transmitter. You can, however, buy an older transmitter very cheaply off the classifieds. When you buddy box with a RDS8000 the instructor has to hold his/her finger on a little button. Most people find a toggle easier to use and find while instructing. These are really small topics but I thought I would throw them out there. The rds8k is a very good rig and easy to program.
Posted on: 9/6/2012 4:47 PM by Author "AwwNaww"
in the forum "RC Radios, Transmitters, Receivers, Servos, gyros"