|May 21, 2006, 01:12 PM|
Any TX/RX channel set better than the other?
I am fixin to order a 9c radio and can not decide on a channel, or sure if it really matters. I fly all electrics at our local nieghborhood park/lake. Currently the other nieghbors fly on 29, 40, and 45 and I have heard to avoid channels 17, 19, 21, 50, 52, and 54 due to parkzone stuff and what have ya.
Is there much of a difference between say 12, 33, or 58?
Thanks in advance
|May 21, 2006, 01:52 PM|
|May 22, 2006, 01:56 AM|
I wondered this same thing when I first got into RC, I ended up getting a used radio with a channel 23 module, so the decision wasn't mine to make, but when i got my optic 6 i got it with the spectra module, good thing too, because when i recently talked my wife into buying me an early fathers day present, an electron 6 reciver, the hobby shop didnt have channel 23, the had like, 12, 19, and 49.... well i heard 12 is no good, and i know 19 is a parkzone channel, so i got 49
I think as long as you stay away from those mentioned in the other posts, you cant go wrong....
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