|Jan 02, 2007, 06:13 PM|
Joined Dec 2006
Should you use a 4 or 6 channel Tx?
I am looking to purchase a Honey Bee CP2 helicopter which comes with the 6CH CCPM transmitter.
Is it preferable to use this transmitter (with an apropriately purchased cable) or purchase for example the 4 channel esky dummy transmitter that can be picked up very cheaply with a simulator?
Can you successfully use a 4 channel tx in simulator programs to simulate a 6 channel tx?
Would it cause 'learning' problems using a 4 channel tx with the simulator and then trying to use a 6 channel tx with the HB CP2 in the real world!
I haven't decided on the simulator software yet.
|Jan 02, 2007, 07:05 PM|
some handle 4 better than others. Some wont take input from a USB device.
at the end of the day the more channels you have the more realistic it will be. CP helis use 5/6 channels for a very good reason.
incase you havnt see it, take a look at
dont take my word for it either;
|Jan 03, 2007, 11:32 PM|
United States, OR, North Bend
Joined Dec 2006
When flying in any sim, you ought to get the controls as close as possible to what you'll be using in real life. FS One makes a big deal out of reassigning any channels that you don't have to the keyboard. But then what will happen when you're out of control, near crash, and your instinctive muscle-memory tells you to reach for the keyboard to autorotate (just for example?)
If I'm flying anything more than a 4-channel foamy, I always want to plug my real Tx in to the sim... keep it real!
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