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    I'm looking for a new radio set with more features like inbuilt mixing, changing limits etc, but can't really afford a spectrum set. So was wondering what cheaper alternatives there are?

    Heard https://www.amazon.co.uk/Walkera-Dev.../dp/B00OBB7WU0 were good but required flashing or something thing to make usable. Is it the best option? If so is this the correct process to make it work? http://www.hacksmods.com/2013/04/wal...ase-range-mod/

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    The sets from frsky are good. Probably a little more than you were wanting to spend but I just recently picked up a couple taranis x9d and they are very capable in terms of what you can program them to do. I can't speak for the cheaper sets they sell but I suspect they will be of a similar quality.

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    We have been using one of the Turnigy 9X radios for a while, it has a lot of features and is still quite cheap.

    https://hobbyking.com/en_us/turnigy-...2a-system.html

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