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Old 05-21-2012, 04:04 AM   #1
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Default Telemetry Radio Round-Up!

I recently purchased a Spektrum DX8, and after having telemetry (95% reasoning just for flight battery voltage), I will never buy a radio without it. I always see the radio debates, but if it doesn't have telemetry, count me out. What other players are out there in the telemetry game? I will update this original post with other options as they are mentioned. The pictures are linked to more info on each item. Thanks for your suggestions/added info!

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Spektrum DX7S:



Hitec Aurora 9:



Quantum Add-On Telemetry (Not a built in radio system style, but an affordable add-on for any radio):



I personally chose the Spektrum DX8 because I loved my basic DX5 that came with my RTF Apprentice, and the Hitec looks like it is an 80's radio with a digital screen added (IMO). What else is out there?
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Turnigy 9x with Frysky telemetery. (cheap option that needs work by user)
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Just bought a DX7s that does. Or at least what I read tells me so.
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Forgot about the DX7S having it also! I will also look at the turnigy option. I will keep updating the first post with new finds! Thanks!
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