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>> Home > Forum > General Resources > What transmitter , receiver
What transmitter , receiver
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(Petty Officer)

Forum Posts: 1
11th Jul 2018 08:28  
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Hi, I’ve built one boat now I’m building a replica of my ship, what is a good 4 or 6 channel transmitter that’s not too expensive to get please. I’m a novice that’s willing to learn.

(Fleet Admiral!)

Forum Posts: 447
11th Jul 2018 10:05  
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People seem to be impressed with the FlySky stuff. I just bought a 3 channel set for silly cheap money and it works perfectly straight from the factory. No binding to do either.


(Chief Petty Officer)

Forum Posts: 21
11th Jul 2018 10:08  
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Planet kit is cheap and cheerful, if it's still in production. It's not got the most bells and whistles but it's functional and at an affordable price.
Take a look at the Howe's double page advert in MB magazine. They often have special deals.

(Petty Officer)

Forum Posts: 9
11th Jul 2018 10:24  
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Flysky i-6 is amazing value for money for a 6 channel computer radio. Hobbyking sell the same set with their Turnigy brand as the TGY i-6. You can buy the TGY i-6 from Hobbyking in the UK for around £45:-

(Fleet Admiral!)

Forum Posts: 112
11th Jul 2018 10:36  
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I have both the Turnigy and Flysky 6 channel ones.
The same, great units and you can upgrade the switches and control knobs to a number of different colours if you wish.
Check out Banggood.