Dennis rc: Hi do you know from were can I buy a 3rd generation module to upgrade my eurgle transmitter? Thanks.
JBC Reviews: No Problem
Soldier53flyer: got it thank you
Soldier53flyer: Did you do a video on how to tell if you have a 9X V2 or V1?
roadstar499: This is my first computer radio other then flysky ground radio i use for my boats...i hope u r right...i don't think any mixing is needed for the dynam p51 and t-28 anyway al i need is a channel for retracts and i think a knob for flaps after i install them or a three staage switch as i hear flaps can be tricky and giving full flaps all at once can be hairy...heard many great things bout this flysky 9x and for $90 shipped,i can't complain
JBC Reviews: Quite the contrary, it's fairly easy and intuitive to use, similar to the JR menu system
roadstar499: i am new to planes and i just ordered the flysky version and this this thing looks very hard to configure for a newbie
JBC Reviews: The modules simply plug into the back on all units and as far as I'm aware you can reflash all units. Yes correct the turnigy no longer has a mhz antenna but is the same in all other ways.
richard seger: Hi and thank you very much for fast answer
So you can reflash both with latest software?
fly sky also have both mhz and ghz antenna but turnigy doesn´t.??
How is the flysky´s module attached to the mainboard? is it also soldered on or is it cable connection?
JBC Reviews: Hi mate, all the transmitters are made in the same factory and are the same except for the different name. They all work exactly the same, therefore one is not better than the other.
richard seger: Hi. I wonder which one to go for. I am buying one in the nearest days and you seem to be very experienced of them. In the long term which one is the best i your opinion?
I do not mind modifying or reflash. I just want the one that have widest ability and have good 2.4ghz tecnology. Sry for spelling errors but enlish is not my first language :) .
I really hoping and it would be much apricciated if you have the time to answer me soon.
Best regards. Richard
I doubt the 1.5-2km. i agree that you can fly till youre plane is a tiny dot.
I lost 2 planes IN line of sight around 500 meter. So dit my mate who fly's with the v2 type. when driving for it with the car it waw around 500 meters.. Straight line.
Just my 2 cents. Original module though
JBC Reviews: @bigkdog363023 Using the trainer switch on the top, right, rear of the radio.
JBC Reviews: @sergionew7 It will be fine for FPV, I'd recommend using either a FrSky or Corona 2.4Ghz module with it
Sergio Porras: I need one radio transmitter gave me around 1 or 2 miles with nice reception and something I can trust for this range and cheap jeje
Do you recommend me this radio is fpv plane?
JBC Reviews: @sergionew7 Depending on what module you use the average is about 1.5kms-2kms. I have flown until my planes were just tiny dots in the sky and didn't have any problems. I have friends that use Spektrum and this radio is just as good as theirs.
Sergio Porras: hi
how far i can flr with this radio transmitter?
JBC Reviews: @ChickenHawk110 I agree, however I already have over 20 Corona rx's and they've been flawless to date so I can't really justify swapping to a different brand module/rx just yet
ChickenHawk110: One of the best budget setups out there today is the Turnigy 9x TX with custom flashed firmware, backlight, and the FrSky 2.4Ghz FHSS module to suit. (JR type)
Get rid of the originalreceiverss.
You then have a radio just as "powerful" as the high end 8-9 channel brand name TX's.
JBC Reviews: @Starofking1 The Turnigy cannot be used as an FM TX, only as 2.4gHz but the Flysky can be used as both a 2.4gHz and FM TX, that's why it has the extra FM antenna.
9X Transmitter REVIEW: Turnigy FlySky Imax Eurgle5
out of 5