JR X-347 opinions for newbie

JR X-347 opinions for newbie

Post by Dave Blackbur » Tue, 01 Jun 1999 04:00:00



Rob,

I am using the JR-347 radio in my heli.

It is a fine radio.. and dates to about 7 years ago...

It is a 7 channel, 3 flight mode, 4 model memory radio suitable for
aircraft, glider or heli modes.

It is a fine radio, and has more heli features than the 642  for sure.

The new JR8103 has much better heli features.  If your budget allows,
I would go for it...

Don't hesitate to drop me a line with questions as to specifics.

Dave Blackburn
Spokane Wa USA

Quote:

>Hi,

>I'm building my first heli, a Falcon 46, and I am looking for a radio.
>Is the JR X-347 good for learning and progressing to more advanced
>flying? How many channels are they? Any advice would be helpful.

>I would like to get a radio with more advanced features than the JR 642
>so I don't outgrow it too soon.

>Thanks,
>Rob

 
 
 

JR X-347 opinions for newbie

Post by Rob » Wed, 02 Jun 1999 04:00:00


Hi,

I'm building my first heli, a Falcon 46, and I am looking for a radio.
Is the JR X-347 good for learning and progressing to more advanced
flying? How many channels are they? Any advice would be helpful.

I would like to get a radio with more advanced features than the JR 642
so I don't outgrow it too soon.

Thanks,
Rob

 
 
 

JR X-347 opinions for newbie

Post by Rob » Wed, 02 Jun 1999 04:00:00


Hi,

I have another question. How can I tell if a JR transmitter is a heli or
aircraft version?

Quote:

> Hi,

> I'm building my first heli, a Falcon 46, and I am looking for a radio.
> Is the JR X-347 good for learning and progressing to more advanced
> flying? How many channels are they? Any advice would be helpful.

> I would like to get a radio with more advanced features than the JR 642
> so I don't outgrow it too soon.

> Thanks,
> Rob

 
 
 

JR X-347 opinions for newbie

Post by Karel Looten » Thu, 03 Jun 1999 04:00:00


Hello Rob


Quote:
>I have another question. How can I tell if a JR transmitter is a heli or
>aircraft version?

they are the same thing, the tx has a couple of software proggies that allow
appropriate mixing of the channels for either plane or heli.

so if you buy a JR computerized TX, it has it all

 
 
 

JR X-347 opinions for newbie

Post by Flyma » Thu, 03 Jun 1999 04:00:00


The X-347 is a triple system it will do airplanes, heli's, and gliders.

--
Brian Ches***, Microsoft Certified Professional
Rockwell Software Certified Information Specialist
Rockwell Software Certified Instructor
Industrial Automation Specialist
Morristown Electric Wholesale

Quote:
> Hi,

> I have another question. How can I tell if a JR transmitter is a heli or
> aircraft version?


> > Hi,

> > I'm building my first heli, a Falcon 46, and I am looking for a radio.
> > Is the JR X-347 good for learning and progressing to more advanced
> > flying? How many channels are they? Any advice would be helpful.

> > I would like to get a radio with more advanced features than the JR 642
> > so I don't outgrow it too soon.

> > Thanks,
> > Rob

 
 
 

JR X-347 opinions for newbie

Post by nexu » Thu, 03 Jun 1999 04:00:00


Quote:

>Hello Rob


>>I have another question. How can I tell if a JR transmitter is a heli or
>>aircraft version?

>they are the same thing, the tx has a couple of software proggies that
allow
>appropriate mixing of the channels for either plane or heli.

>so if you buy a JR computerized TX, it has it all

look for the thrtle/colective stik if there is a rachet the radio is aero
if not heli
good luck
sharon first israel
 
 
 

JR X-347 opinions for newbie

Post by Mike » Thu, 10 Jun 1999 04:00:00


On the 347, the heli version has an "H" on  the lower label. The aircraft
version has an"A" on the lower label.

I fly all three modes with it, planes, heli's and gliders. It just dow not
allow any tail trim for the t/r pitch curve. They added that in the 8103.

Mike

Quote:

> Hi,

> I have another question. How can I tell if a JR transmitter is a heli or
> aircraft version?


> > Hi,

> > I'm building my first heli, a Falcon 46, and I am looking for a radio.
> > Is the JR X-347 good for learning and progressing to more advanced
> > flying? How many channels are they? Any advice would be helpful.

> > I would like to get a radio with more advanced features than the JR 642
> > so I don't outgrow it too soon.

> > Thanks,
> > Rob