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Old May 25, 2003, 04:04 AM
GordySoar@aol.com
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[RCSE] NO Xtals needed for your Next Reciever..or shift worries

Yep,

And its available today!

Polk Hobbies offers the Seeker 8 RX.

Slightly bigger than the hitec slim 8, but you simply put whatever TX brand
(FM) and channel next to the RX, push a button on the RX and ...done.

It doesn't care if its Pos shift, neg shift or which channel. The unit holds
that in it forever, plugged in or unplug sitting in your drawer.

When you need it to match some other channel or TX, you just do the same
thing and it is now locked on that. It also offers a pre program function if
signal is lost due to interferrence.

You push the button and follow the instructions for setting up, up to four
pre set positions for your surfaces.

So you could program in landing flaps or what ever. Loose signal and zip
they plane goes to that setting.

Tested by the number one universally recognized authority for such stuff as
being as good or better than any RX available today.

Check out <A HREF="http://polkshobby.com/">Polks Hobby...Seeker RX</A>.

You don't get all that without paying for it, but if you have a need for
changing channels on the flying site to avoid congestion, this is the easy way to
go!

Gordy
(I got some :-)
Louisville today

Old May 25, 2003, 04:04 AM
Bob Pope
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Re: [RCSE] NO Xtals needed for your Next Reciever..or shift worries

GordySoar@aol.com wrote:

> Yep,
>
> And its available today!
>
> Polk Hobbies offers the Seeker 8 RX.
>
> Slightly bigger than the hitec slim 8, but you simply put whatever TX
> brand (FM) and channel next to the RX, push a button on the RX and
> ...done.
>
> It doesn't care if its Pos shift, neg shift or which channel. The
> unit holds that in it forever, plugged in or unplug sitting in your
> drawer.
>
> When you need it to match some other channel or TX, you just do the
> same thing and it is now locked on that. It also offers a pre program
> function if signal is lost due to interferrence.
>
> You push the button and follow the instructions for setting up, up to
> four pre set positions for your surfaces.
>
> So you could program in landing flaps or what ever. Loose signal and
> zip they plane goes to that setting.
>
> Tested by the number one universally recognized authority for such
> stuff as being as good or better than any RX available today.
>
> Check out Polks Hobby...Seeker RX <http://polkshobby.com/>.
>
> You don't get all that without paying for it, but if you have a need
> for changing channels on the flying site to avoid congestion, this is
> the easy way to go!
>
> Gordy
> (I got some :-)
> Louisville today


that include ground freg's too?

Bob


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Old May 25, 2003, 04:04 AM
Stephen Syrotiak
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Re: [RCSE] NO Xtals needed for your Next Reciever..or shift worries

It sounds good...
Lets have an in-flight report using this on a >crowded< flightline.
Old May 25, 2003, 04:04 AM
Dave Seay
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Re: [RCSE] NO Xtals needed for your Next Reciever..or shift worries

While we're at this, how about some comments on the Tracker II Tx Polk
offers.

Dave

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Old May 25, 2003, 04:04 AM
Tom Broeski
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Re: [RCSE] NO Xtals needed for your Next Reciever..or shift worries

I Have them for $65 each (that's less than the Superslim)


Tom

T&G http://adesigner.com
32 Mount View Dr
Afton, VA 22920
phone 540 943-3356
fax 540 943-4178
----- Original Message -----
From: GordySoar@aol.com
To: Soaring@airage.com
Sent: Friday, May 23, 2003 3:57 PM
Subject: [RCSE] NO Xtals needed for your Next Reciever..or shift worries


Yep,

And its available today!

Polk Hobbies offers the Seeker 8 RX.

Slightly bigger than the hitec slim 8, but you simply put whatever TX
brand (FM) and channel next to the RX, push a button on the RX and ...done.

It doesn't care if its Pos shift, neg shift or which channel. The unit
holds that in it forever, plugged in or unplug sitting in your drawer.

When you need it to match some other channel or TX, you just do the same
thing and it is now locked on that. It also offers a pre program function
if signal is lost due to interferrence.

You push the button and follow the instructions for setting up, up to four
pre set positions for your surfaces.

So you could program in landing flaps or what ever. Loose signal and zip
they plane goes to that setting.

Tested by the number one universally recognized authority for such stuff
as being as good or better than any RX available today.

Check out Polks Hobby...Seeker RX.

You don't get all that without paying for it, but if you have a need for
changing channels on the flying site to avoid congestion, this is the easy
way to go!

Gordy
(I got some :-)
Louisville today

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Old May 25, 2003, 04:04 AM
Tom Broeski
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Re: [RCSE] NO Xtals needed for your Next Reciever..or shift worries

72, 75, 35, 40 MHz



T&G http://adesigner.com
32 Mount View Dr
Afton, VA 22920
phone 540 943-3356
fax 540 943-4178
----- Original Message -----
From: "Dennis and Marion Hipperson" <dennis@hipperson.net>
To: "Tom Broeski" <tjb@adesigner.com>
Sent: Saturday, May 24, 2003 4:22 AM
Subject: Re: [RCSE] NO Xtals needed for your Next Reciever..or shift worries


> Tom,
>
> Do I assume then that these will work on 36mhz as well.
>
> Regards
>
> Dennis Hipperson
>
>
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Tom Broeski" <tjb@adesigner.com>
> To: <GordySoar@aol.com>
> Cc: "soaring" <soaring@airage.com>
> Sent: Saturday, May 24, 2003 3:15 AM
> Subject: Re: [RCSE] NO Xtals needed for your Next Reciever..or shift

worries
>
>
> > I Have them for $65 each (that's less than the Superslim)
> >
> >
> > Tom
> >
> > T&G http://adesigner.com
> > 32 Mount View Dr
> > Afton, VA 22920
> > phone 540 943-3356
> > fax 540 943-4178
> > ----- Original Message -----
> > From: GordySoar@aol.com
> > To: Soaring@airage.com
> > Sent: Friday, May 23, 2003 3:57 PM
> > Subject: [RCSE] NO Xtals needed for your Next Reciever..or shift

worries
> >
> >
> > Yep,
> >
> > And its available today!
> >
> > Polk Hobbies offers the Seeker 8 RX.
> >
> > Slightly bigger than the hitec slim 8, but you simply put whatever TX
> > brand (FM) and channel next to the RX, push a button on the RX and

> ...done.
> >
> > It doesn't care if its Pos shift, neg shift or which channel. The

unit
> > holds that in it forever, plugged in or unplug sitting in your drawer.
> >
> > When you need it to match some other channel or TX, you just do the

same
> > thing and it is now locked on that. It also offers a pre program

function
> > if signal is lost due to interferrence.
> >
> > You push the button and follow the instructions for setting up, up to

> four
> > pre set positions for your surfaces.
> >
> > So you could program in landing flaps or what ever. Loose signal and


> zip
> > they plane goes to that setting.
> >
> > Tested by the number one universally recognized authority for such

stuff
> > as being as good or better than any RX available today.
> >
> > Check out Polks Hobby...Seeker RX.
> >
> > You don't get all that without paying for it, but if you have a need

for
> > changing channels on the flying site to avoid congestion, this is the

easy
> > way to go!
> >
> > Gordy
> > (I got some :-)
> > Louisville today
> >
> > RCSE-List facilities provided by Model Airplane News. Send "subscribe"

> and "unsubscribe" requests to soaring-request@airage.com. Please note

that
> subscribe and unsubscribe messages must be sent in text only format with
> MIME turned off.
>
>


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