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Old 05-30-2018, 12:06 AM
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yorkiepap
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I still fly 72Mhz on several of my older planes/gliders as the connection & range is rock solid as always. We have several members of our club that also fly on 72 & we are very observant on channel assignment flags for each on 72. Never any issues. I love all my old classic JR's that still work & look like new. I even have a couple of them, the very scarce JR Galaxy Computer 8, & one of my JR Century VII FM I use my Spektrum DM-9 2.4Ghz modules for even more flexibility. My primary flight radio is my superb JR10X, the Rolls Royce of radios IMO. I love the "feel" of METAL encased radios, not the cheap "feel" of those plastic boxes. Besides, my radios give me all, & more, of the flight parameters/attributes I need for my models & flying style. KISS still applies today. I use a JR ScanSelect module & JR R790 ScanSel Rx's on all my 72Mhz planes/gliders. Pics attached.

Denny
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