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Old 12-30-2013, 02:24 AM   #10
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Originally Posted by thepiper92 View Post
It seems that is no longer the case: http://www.amainhobbies.com/product_...iver-No-Servos

What is so much better about the DX7s, is the extra channel worth the $100 more, or is there a lot of other things, like mixing ability, control accuracy?
That's interesting. The new DX6i transmitter includes LOOSE "AA" type rechargeable batteries, versus the welded cells in the DX7 and higher value transmitters. The welded cells plug in to the transmitter with a battery connector.

I've never been a real fan of those loose batteries in any unit, especially in a transmitter when a $$$$ model airplane is involved. (How many times have you had to shake a flashlight to get it to come on???)

Not familiar with programming of a DX6i, but the DX7 series has a lot of capabilities in the programming process.

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