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    I would have to think a bit of custom electronics would be needed, a nice little arduino reading in the pwm signal from each channel of receiver then manipulating the output pwm to suit...

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    We use an mbed to do our motor control which is basically a more powerful arduino. I think concussion does the same. Don't think you can get this working on rc controller mixing although there is quite a lot of options on the dx6i controllers that most of us use so it could be possible.

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    Advantage of TX mixing: No need to buy a mixer. Just get a good TX and it will pretty much last you forever, on all your robots.
    Disadvantage of TX mixing: You have to keep changing models on the TX if you have different robots with different trims and mixes.

    Advantage of plug-in mixing: Inverse of the TX's disadvantage. Plug and play, don't need to change stuff on the TX mixing-wise.
    Disadvantage of plug-in mixing: It's just another bit to buy, and another bit to go wrong. Case in point, Alex (owner of Bruiser) at this year's Insomnia was using a plug-in mixer. It stopped working properly halfway through the event, so I lent him my TX instead, that has inbuilt mixing.

    My advice? Just get a decent TX with two mixes and memory for multiple models on it. Should be all you need.

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