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Sep 04, 2012, 07:32 PM
Sopwith Camel's Cousin
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Originally Posted by skitchen8
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I feel that manufacturers grossly underestimate range in most rtf aircraft, probably for safety reasons.
Also, the effective range probably gets reduced a lot when there is a lot of other Tx's or other 2.4GHz sources nearby (wireless modems, etc.): I have heard of lost signals and lockouts (on expensive aircraft) at some large RC aircraft get togethers.
And at low altitudes, reflective metal or absorbtive material (like trees) probably takes its toll on the signal.
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Sep 04, 2012, 07:58 PM
Flying mostly micro's
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Originally Posted by zxfly
Got mine today from Amazon
Did the flip just like in the video. So easy and so much fun. Worth the money!
I have one on the way as well, it was already shipped today so it should be here soon Can't wait to try it
Sep 04, 2012, 08:06 PM
Sopwith Camel's Cousin
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Originally Posted by shafter
All those videos are very nice, but poor Beetle with stock TX @60% is totally different beast

Rotation rate is very low, i think it's even slower than your mqx because it doesn't have autoflip, so you have full 100% rates.
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I saw a way to get higher rates with the stock Tx without invoking auto-flip:
in some thread (one of the v929 threads?), somebody (Bradigan?) set the stock Tx to full 100% rates but then put some physical stops on the aileron and elevator stick so that full deflection could not be reached. Then you can use almost full deflection at the 100% setting without accidentally invoking autoflip.

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Originally Posted by shafter
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I need to gain even more alti, basing on a height of my house i would say it's minimum 30m/100ft.
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I agree, at lower rates, even higher altitudes are needed.
One good thing about a flip is that while inverted, throttle should be low (but not so low as to stop all motors, which can happen with an mQx).
Also, flying over grass or even dirt is much better than concrete, roads or roofs.
Both of these help limit damage when a crash occurs (I now speak with some first experience on the topic ).
Sep 04, 2012, 08:35 PM
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Originally Posted by dave1993
ive done a range test on v929 and it came out over 350 meters or 1000 feet. beyond that i could not see my buddy signaling anymore let alone see a model. that was in a metro area too. i suspect under better conditions we are talking miles. iirc range calculator said 40km with 0db output of the a7105. not likely in the real world. using a turnigy (same protocol but 20db) i got a few miles.
Wow. So with the turnigy tx the safe distance notwithstanding anything jamming or absorbing your signal is basically farther than practically possible. That's pretty sweet.

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Originally Posted by skitchen8
That is what puts this quad miles above others in my opinion, the ability to use a real tx makes it hobby grade in my opinion. As Dave said the range for this is only limited by your eyes. Even flying fpv, with the systems that would fit on this quad and still be flyable you would likely be limited by vtx range and not the radio. I feel that manufacturers grossly underestimate range in most rtf aircraft, probably for safety reasons.
Makes sense... if someone exceeds the low recommended range then it's not their fault

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Originally Posted by flying-llama
Also, the effective range probably gets reduced a lot when there is a lot of other Tx's or other 2.4GHz sources nearby (wireless modems, etc.): I have heard of lost signals and lockouts (on expensive aircraft) at some large RC aircraft get togethers.
And at low altitudes, reflective metal or absorbtive material (like trees) probably takes its toll on the signal.
I forgot about this until I read your post... I was flying out back about a month ago and had my V929 drop from the sky near some trees not very far away. I would estimate it's about 30-40m. I'm not 100% sure it was the signal as I've never repeated it. I was lucky that it landed just at the edge of an area that is covered in very dense vines - some of which are poison ivy.

Thanks for the replies!!
Sep 05, 2012, 01:37 AM
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Aaron, any news on whether this is 9x compatible? Someone mentioned a while ago that the Syma X1 would be compatible with the 9x. If it is they will make a ton of sales!
Sep 05, 2012, 02:17 AM
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Originally Posted by gwrivest
Aaron, any news on whether this is 9x compatible? Someone mentioned a while ago that the Syma X1 would be compatible with the 9x. If it is they will make a ton of sales!
sorry,I do not have the 9x,hope it can bind with the 9x
Sep 05, 2012, 02:45 AM
Team WarpSquad
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Aaron, the FlySky TH9x you guys sell is the same thing as the 9x. So test with that if you have one.
Sep 05, 2012, 03:54 AM
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Originally Posted by Aaron qin
sorry,I do not have the 9x,hope it can bind with the 9x
You can try flying with a v911/v929 TX. I this works, then we can use a 9x too
Sep 05, 2012, 07:23 AM
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Smart call there Mystman.

Aaron, try binding to your v911 or v929 transmitter. If it binds, then Syma can be control by using any FlySky compatible radio.

If this is true, it will sell more Syma X1. Even if the RX looks ugly.
Sep 05, 2012, 07:48 AM
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If that is true I am getting one
Sep 05, 2012, 07:54 AM
It flies!!! ... so who cares ?
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Does ANY of the other Syma helis bind to a 9X?? If not, WHY would this ??

Sorry to spoil the party, but to me that seem HIGHLY unlikely ...
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Sep 05, 2012, 08:13 AM
RC beginner
erdnuckel is right. none of the other syma are compatible and i doubt the new quad is. v939/v929/9x use a7105 rf chip and the others dont.
Sep 05, 2012, 09:03 AM
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I wonder how the rumor of the Syma X1 possibly binding to the FlySky started?
Sep 05, 2012, 10:14 AM
...muy bien...
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