Matt476
I saw this receiver(Spectrum AR6115e receiver) was only 20 $ but I typically pay like 40 or more a 6 channel. What is the difference from this AR6210 6-Channel DSMX Receiver? (:
Thanks,
Matt
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e3_Scott
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I saw this receiver(Spectrum AR6115e receiver) was only 20 $ but I typically pay like 40 or more a 6 channel. What is the difference from this AR6210 6-Channel DSMX Receiver? (:
Thanks,
Matt


A quick Google search took me here https://www.spektrumrc.com/Products/receiverGuide.aspx

Essentially, the AR6115e is for park flying, not as long a range receiver as the AR6210 from what I read quickly at the link, not as many features as the AR6210, hence the much cheaper price.

The AR6210 appears much more capable, can be used with an additional satellite receiver and has many other features not available on the AR6115e.

For park jets unless you want to fly some longer range FPV or have a huge field to fly in, I would suggest you should be fine with the AR6115e based on what I read in the specs.

Good luck.

Cheers,

Scott
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DualDesertEagle
Since I'm using 2 sets of 50-euro TX+RX which are still marketed with a range of 350 meters I can only agree. I've never used them for any big models that u would at some point fly far away from urself with and as such I've never had a single issue with either of them.

It's always a matter of what u fly with ur setup. Quite obviously ur not gonna need a radio set that has a range of 4 kilometers, which is the kind I'll be putting into my next powered glider, for a model that u mostly fly within a radius of a hundred meters.
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Matt476
OK thanks, Guys, Saved me lotsssss!!! of money (:
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