Originally Posted by bhoov128
Why would you need on/off? At 0 throttle most systems output no sound, advancing the stick a tiny bit triggers a start-up / idle noise sequence, and past that the engine sound revving is produced. Sorry I'm Not being a jerk here, honest, just curious why you'd want a remote off switch on a dedicated channel.
I don't want another channel used as my project is full but the video shows the "hand" switch something at the beginning which appeared to "start the engines". If that is just trimming the throttle up by one notch...I am unsure and that was the point of my question.