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Old Nov 06, 2012, 03:43 AM
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Originally Posted by mcwh View Post

It's my ability to correctly program the control board which concerns me the most.

Has anyone used the KK compatible board from Value Hobby?
There is a manual available for download.
But $12 seems pretty cheap.
There's no programming necessary on the cheaper KK compatible boards- all adjustments are done by means of potentiometers on the board. I use the HK KK 2.1 board and like it a lot. I thought it was really easy to set up, and it flies a lot better than I expected.

You do need the programmer to flash these boards to different configurations, but no true "programming" is required for that either.

The multiwii boards do require programming, and have a steep learning curve from what I can tell, although I've never used one. Witespy is selling a pretty cool looking new board called the "Flip" for ~$20.00, and it looks interesting. It's what I'd try if I wanted to go with multiwii code base.

http://witespyquad.gostorego.com/fli...ontroller.html
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