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    Tom(ADMIN)
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    Post  Tom(ADMIN) on Tue Nov 16, 2010 7:36 pm

    My TT Neptune came with a basic four channel radio installed...the tx is functional, but very plasticky and almost toy-like. I want to use my HiTec Optic6 tx with the Neptune, but the question is...which crystal do I use? I presume I'd need the TT tx crystal, but would they be compatible? I don't really want to strip the Neptune down again to replace the rx with the HiTec one unless I absolutely have to...

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    Post  Giovanni LiCalsi on Tue Nov 16, 2010 11:58 pm

    Hi Richard,
    I am pretty sure that you can buy a synthesized TX and RX for the radio if it is a 40MHz or a 35MHz transmitter.
    With a synthesized TX/RX you get something that operates very well underwater and the brilliant channel frequency selections by your choice.You can even add a 2.4GHz TX/RX, 2nd antenna with a toggle switch in-between the transmitters.
    Giovanni

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