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Jan 29, 2017, 06:47 PM
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What to do with Airtronics Stylus PCM radio


Just looking for advice on some old radio gear. I have an Airtronics Stylus PCM radio with lots of PCM receivers and servos that I'd like to sell or give away, but given that it's not 2.4 ghz, will anyone, anywhere even want it? I've been out of the hobby for a long time, so haven't kept up on the market for this stuff.

If I can't sell it, is there a way to dispose of it properly so it doesn't wind up in the landfill?

Thanks.
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Jan 29, 2017, 09:26 PM
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Get a 2.4 module and carry on.
http://www.airtronics.net/index.php/...4g-fhss-1.html
Jan 30, 2017, 02:21 AM
TigreJohn
I recommend not attempting to convert your Stylus to an Airtronics 2.4. Sanwa dumped Global Hobby as their distributor. And their retailer; Hobby People is closing. Use it as is; its a good radio. And so many people have converted to 2.4, 72 has become more conflict free. You would be hard pressed to find 2.4 Airtronics receivers now. Or get a module to convert it to Futaba, JR, or Spectrum if you want to convert. You would be hard pressed now to find buyers for your current equipment.


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