This is a review of the Taranis Q X7 by Frsky. It’s just been released, and it’s the younger sibling of the Taranis X9D – probably one of the most popular radio transmitters (TX) among FPV mini quad pilots.
FrSky just released the new M9 Hall gimbal for Taranis X9D radio transmitters, it was a much awaited upgrade for Taranis users. In this article, we will compare the new gimbal to the stock Taranis X9D, and demonstrate the installation.
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.
Before building your quadcopter, Radio Transmitter (TX) should be one of the first few items to look at. It can be confusing to RC beginners how to choose a suitable RC transmitter. In this article we will discuss the basics of a transmitter (RC Controller) and what you should look for when buying one: price, the number of channels, modes, frequency and other features.
The Quanum i8 radio transmitter is specifically designed for the multirotor users. In this review we are going to explore the features of this TX.
We talked about what makes a good radio transmitter for multirotors and quadcopters, however it’s still a difficult decision for many new to the hobby. Some are more expensive but rich in features, some are cheaper and comes with potential for lots of upgrades. When Artur started he bought the Spektrum DX6i as his first radio transmitter controller, and recently he purchased the FrSky Taranis X9D Plus.