Section 1: Using this manual. Section 2: Features. RD Receiver. Battery Charging. DSX9 Transmitter Features (Front). DSX9 Transmitter Features (Rear). Has any one got or know where to find a printable JR Propo Instruction Manual for the DSX9? I have downloaded the PDF file from the. Filename: jr dsx9 manual. Date: 12/10/ Type of compression: zip. Total downloads: Nick: tempplen. File checked: Kaspersky.
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The DX8 is designed to dsz9 airplanes and helicopters with sophisticated programming functions and features. Several pilots have requested programming information for full functioning sailplanes and while the DX8 does not have sailplane specific programming, by utilizing the eight available programmable mixes in Airplane mode, the DX8 can be programmed to accommodate most sailplane functions.
By continuing to use this site, you agree to our use of sdx9. I have returned to the hobby after a long break and can see the technology as well as the models have moved on over the past 20 years. I have bought an electric model and a Spektrum DSX6i for my 12 year old son and am now looking to get a Transmiter for my self and a large scale model with a petrol engine.
Forget the cost issue for a moment as I would like a radio with enough flexibility and technology to see me right for the next 10 years.
I have downloaded both manuals and can see the Spektrum is more intuitive and and appears more user friendly and dwx9 course has telemetry? So is the JR out of date? As a gadget freak the programming on both sets is something I can grasp easily. Hope you can help? I’ll give you an early, biased, answer – I have a DX8, having used a DX6i for the past couple of years.
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I’ve had no issues with either and I’m confident that I have, as much as can reasonably be said, a future-proof Tx now. I have no experience of JR although they are undoubtedly held in high regard by their followers. I can download the free manuql from their site, put it on my memory card and update the firmware myself.
Horizon are charging c. Hmm, depends I guess rsx9 whether you value telemetry, or the extra channel – as thats about the only significant difference. I know some will say that the JR set feels more solid, has a few more knobs and twiddly things etc, but lets be honest I bought a DSX9 Mk2 50 model memory and backlit display just after Christmas and flew with it for the first time today. I got it for future use with four servo glider wings.
I find it very easy to use having had a JR and a DX7 effectively the same transmitters. The vsx9 selector is a definite improvement over the DX7’s rocker switches. The servo slow function is great for slowing the gear retraction speed on my Alfa Spitfire where they just slammed up and down before!
I have not quite got to grips with how you select the five flight modes using two switches, there are also switch labelling mistakes in the manual that McGregor know about. There is a big debate on RCGroups about the DX8’s apparent inability to control crow braking, I did not follow that one to the end.
JR transmitters have always been respected for their glider mixes and I think that swayed it for me. If you are a techie gadget freak, you may like to look at t h i s. It is one of several projects for the same transmitter, the links to the others are on the page. I have no experience of the dx8 so i can only comment on the JR dsx9 the JR stuff has mannual been built to last and has a quality feel to it that no other TX gives IMO i suppose it come down to these questions.
So my summery is the JR maunal and feels more robust and solid where the Spektrum would be more user friendly with easy software upgrades? I don’t think i will be going along the ” 4 servo wing gliders in the future” so not going to invest in a DSX All very easy to set up.
As is being aluded to over several posts here, it really depends on where you are going to go with the type of models you build. That will take some digging on your part as to the types of mixes and model types on offer in both. Don’t discount the extra channel either.
I have a Kyosho Spitfire 90, I guess manjal not an unusual type of model to see at the patch but that uses all 9 channels on my TX! First class feel to the set and touch wood reliable so far.
The Spekky sets to me do feel a bit lower quality but do the job of transmitting your commands perfectly well I think manua feel of the set is more important than a lot give credit for, you have to feel comfortable with it in your hand and the positioning of switches etc, otherwise you will not be as relaxed as you could be flying your models.
Try holding both and see which suits you best. Also compare available mixes, model types and consider which of these you will need goign forward. Its a tough choice! I just love manua be able to monitor my flying batteries packs as to know when batteries are at low level and land safe. No more crashes due to batteries low voltage!
You can also monitor if flying a petrol engine your ignition battery level which keeps your engine working! So, avoid dead stick ds9x and again you may avoid a crash. I have a smoke pump and avoid me to turn the transmitter on having this particular switch on!!!!
The radio itself feels very solid and expensive. Endless number of planes as you can save to you SD card, copy and save on your computer. Flaps now, on the DX8 different from the DX7 you can programme the speed that you want the to move As you can see I love my DX I have no experince with JRs I still prefer spektrum. That’s fair to say you can check the battery before flying and it’s safety, simple and quick.
I just crash one of my wot4 due to a dodgy battery and I wonder if I had the telemetry on board to tell me the charge has drop significantly and I could perhaps save my plane. Regards to have something new, Spektrum spent 5 years developing the technology to improve issues of interference from other radios and frequencies; have a look on Spektrum website where they fly with more than radios on with no interference.
This is a Spektrum statement – not me saying.
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However, I can say people in the club do complain about interference of all sorts. However it doesn’t yet have masses of glider functionality except see my next postand the telemetry doesn’t yet tell me the mAh used from my leccy flight batteries.
The “yet” is significant though. It is the only transmitter I know that can keep being upgraded by downloading a file from t’internet. It is so easy. Spekky have downloadable setups available for some Parkzone and Heli models, transmitter porgrams set by the model designers.
I think this can only expand to more and more models. Some will find this very useful. Here is a cut n paste from the Spektrum community site. They have a sailplane setup available to download there. I think this shows the glider capabilities and limitations.
This was done in answer to some customer requests.
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Hope someone can help settle a debate? Moderator forum posts photos. Well, that’s another grenade rolled under the door, Owain The portable memory is a definite advantage, I feel. Will either be 10 years future proof? Affordable enough to have one to play with, and nothing more flexible or up-datable. Thanks for the posts so far Please do keep your comets coming as I’m building up my knowledge Ah if I had a quid for every time I have heard that line Danny, manula DSX9 is not a modular set.
RPM is a option; but helps to keep you getting the best from your engine.
Some other alarms available which are awesome; Stick position; I. On DX8 you can tell your transmitter which switch is doing what And perhaps last the online updates make this radio a kind of future prof. I hope this helps!!! I have an old very dsx 9 and it’s modular current ones are not I manalmy 11xzero is modular.
Yes, I am a kind of geek!!! Anyone got any more information on the new JR set? Moderator forum posts photos 1 articles. I think my DX8 is fantastic.
The programming is just so easy and intuitive. For me, that makes it the most future proof.