fgroza wrote:Get a radio on 75mhz for subs as 2.4gh won't work under water. There are several radios still on the market, Airtronics,Futaba, Polks,JR. A 6 channel would cover most subs but a 4 channel will work also. There have been range issues with the Polks Seeker receivers but the transmitter works fine. A Sombra labs SL-8 receiver works with any transmitter and is crystalless- it works on 72mhz and 75mhz. There are rumors that 75mhz radios are going the way of the dinosours in favor of the 2.4 systems. Hope this helps.
Bigdave wrote:I have had great luck with my Sambra's Jeff.
I can say for a fact that they have worked the best of any R/X I own.
As for radios I would buy the best you can afford. Preferably a computer radio if you can.
You don't need one for sure but it sure does make life a lot easier.
Hitec does make a very nice basic non computer radio.
But like Frank said get your 75 MHZ radios now boys because they will be going the way of the Dodo soon!! BD.
raalst wrote:We might have to be even nicer to the HAM's in our midst,
or, lacking social skills like me, becoming a HAM yourself will be necessary.
And no problem. Yet another hobby. Yay !!!
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