As part of setting up a quadcopter or racing drone, it’s very important to make sure your transmitter sticks match the radio signal received in the flight controller. You quad would fly more accurately and reliably with the correct channel mid points and end points.
The stock Taranis speaker is pretty bad in terms of sound quality. It’s sufficient for what we use it for, but if you are looking for better sound quality, especially for background music, you might find this tutorial useful.
This list includes many cool Taranis X9D upgrades, DIY mods, tutorials and tricks! It’s a great compilation of resources related to Taranis X9D TX radio transmitter. Some of the tutorials might also work for other Taranis models too such as the Q X7.
In this project I attempted to upgrade 4 things on the Taranis X9D TX transmitter to improve aesthetics and handling.
In this tutorial I will show you how to play music with your Taranis X9D TX that can be activated with a switch. Also you can setup S1 or S2 to adjust the volume of speaker.
You can now adjust PID, rates and VTX settings right from your Taranis menu with Betaflight using LUA script and Smart Port. In this tutorial we are going to show you how.
This article shows you how to modify PID and VTX settings from your Taranis TX in RaceFlight Revolt flight controller, with the help of Lua script.
This tutorial explains how to flash the latest OpenTX firmware to Taranis X9D plus and QX7. in order to use many new cool features, it’s required to have OpenTX 2.2 installed on the radio. Including LUA scripts that allow you to change VTX and FC settings from your FrSky Taranis TX.
Not long ago I adjusted my Taranis Gimbal sticks and it made a big difference to how well my quad flies. So I decided to share how I loosen/tighten TX gimbals for better performance.