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which_devo_tx_should_i_buy [2016/06/30 12:47]
Arnold [Devo10]
which_devo_tx_should_i_buy [2016/06/30 12:52] (current)
Arnold [Final thoughts]
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 It is hard to beat Walkera'​s lineup for the price. The Turnigy9x with er9x is probably a better value if you want to solder a bunch of modules into it, but a Walkera Tx running Deviation supports a lot more protocols without needing to modify the transmitter other than a reversible firmware flash. The one issue I have with Walkera is their quality-control. All of the Walkera transmitters I own are well built and reliable, but other folks have gotten lemons. I think Walkera standalone Rx are overpriced and feature limited and my RX1202 is very frustrating,​ but those embedded in helis seem to be much better overall. It is hard to beat Walkera'​s lineup for the price. The Turnigy9x with er9x is probably a better value if you want to solder a bunch of modules into it, but a Walkera Tx running Deviation supports a lot more protocols without needing to modify the transmitter other than a reversible firmware flash. The one issue I have with Walkera is their quality-control. All of the Walkera transmitters I own are well built and reliable, but other folks have gotten lemons. I think Walkera standalone Rx are overpriced and feature limited and my RX1202 is very frustrating,​ but those embedded in helis seem to be much better overall.
  
-All that said, I definitely recommend the Walkera Devo line of transmitters+All that said, I definitely recommend the Walkera Devo line of transmitters.
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