Since its introduction in 2009, Hitec's Aurora 9 has impressed countless pilots with its many unique and innovative features. That trend continues with our updated and upgraded Aurora 9X. Our first triple protocol 2.4GHz radio, the Aurora 9X, allows you to select from Hitec's Generation 1 and 2 AFHSS or the industry-standard Secure Link Technology. The Aurora 9X is pure evolutionary genius, featuring dual processors, a low latency signal, ultra-smooth 4096 resolution, new dynamically assignable switches and more than 30 additional programming enhancements. Combining these advancements with quad ball bearing gimbals, an extensive telemetry monitoring system and a responsive touch screen interface, the new Aurora 9X will inspire and impress discriminating sport fliers and pro pilots alike.
2.4GHz Transmitter with 6-Channel Receiver Transmitter, Maxima 6 Receiver, Rechargeable Transmitter Battery and AC Charger Stock # 192240
2.4GHz Transmitter with 9-Channel Receiver Transmitter, Maxima 9 Receiver, Rechargeable Transmitter Battery and AC Charger Stock # 192245
|May 24, 2013, 08:26 AM|
Joined Aug 2002
Hitec Aurora 9X
Old news, the new 9X is still scheduled to leave factory mid June 2013.
Refer to exisiting extensive thread, this forum, with much more detail and photos:
. New Radios Hitec Aurora 9X
as well as the
. All relevant A9X Q&A on all forums todate
ex Hitec USA Support Forum Sticky:
Aurora 9, AFHSS 2.4Ghz Module, Transceivers_Receivers & Telemetry
- FAQ, Setups & Tips
Alan's Hobby, Model & RC FAQ Web Links
|May 24, 2013, 11:26 AM|
It does have a SLT Module built in so you can "BNF" with a lot of TX-R planes
http://www.tx-ready.com/txr-aircraft.html and any other company that uses SLT protocol.
|May 25, 2013, 01:36 AM|
Australia, WA, Shoalwater
Joined Mar 2007
9 channels not good where are the 12 channels and 14 and what about 18 channels like spectrum and Frsky Taranis or even Futaba .
|May 29, 2013, 07:38 AM|
|May 29, 2013, 11:04 AM|
These days with digital systems the number of channels has no direct cost connection, it is basically a software decision. However, adding channels may require HiTec to re-engineer their transmission protocol...
There is a fine 16 channel system coming to market soon for a very reasonable price, and normal radios from other major manufacuturers include up to 14 channels even though the model may be called 8.
It is possible, however unlikely that HiTec will come out with a software update for the 9x that will give it more channels.
|May 29, 2013, 11:08 AM|
The price is what does it for me. If it's considerably cheaper than a 14SG, I will go for the Hitec. I don't think I will ever need more than 9 channels.
|Category||Thread||Thread Starter||Forum||Replies||Last Post|
|News||Joe Nall Product Feature: Jeti DS-16||awagar||Radios||4||Jun 10, 2013 09:29 PM|
|News||Joe Nall Product Feature: DA150 Revamp||awagar||Fuel Plane Talk||0||May 21, 2013 04:15 PM|
|News||Joe Nall Feature: Krill Models Swift S1 4.6m/5.5m Glider ARF||awagar||Scale Sailplanes||1||May 17, 2013 12:58 PM|
|Discussion||Use our Maps Feature for Joe Nall Info!!||Jim T. Graham||Joe Nall 2012||1||May 11, 2012 12:55 AM|