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need help with a radio setup
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Hi I am starting out and i got a good second hand radio a X9D but i need some help setting it up.

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Re: need help with a radio setup
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To reach a much broader range of users you might like to try RCG here: https://www.rcgroups.com/forums/showth ... SKY-Taranis-How-to-Thread

Just use the thread search function for any specific areas you need help with or post up any questions you have.

Posted on: 7/22 11:02
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Re: need help with a radio setup
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If you get really stuck I could help out, I'm just up the road in Chch if you are up this way...
Lots of good tutorials on YT to get you started.
Just don't give up, any modern radio has a learning curve, it's really very logical once you get your head around it.

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Any specific queries?

I mean it has to be simple as it only has 16 channels, 64 mixers, 9 flight modes and 16 custom curves with 3-17 points each, 32 logic switches, etc. What could be easier - OK my 6 ch HK radio.

What specifically do you need to know?

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Re: need help with a radio setup
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My advice, connect to your PC and use the Wizard and simulation. Sooo much easier.

Posted on: 7/28 21:31
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Re: need help with a radio setup
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Park Flyers members seem to be really helpful and it makes it easier for you to reach out to them in case of problems such as this one. So don't hesitate to ask assistance from them, I know they'd be happy to have your problem solved and assist you in the best way they can.

Anyway, here's a playlist from Youtube about Taranis X9D to give you a heads up: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list= ... 0g7Ja8iIYm2PntmcON5TQfNA_

Hope this helps!

Posted on: 8/31 0:36

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