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Hobby King 2.4Ghz 6Ch Tx & Rx V2 (Mode 2)

Hobby King 2.4Ghz 6Ch Tx & Rx V2 (Mode 2)
Hobby King 2.4Ghz 6Ch Tx & Rx V2 (Mode 2)

HobbyKing 2.4Ghz 6Ch Tx & Rx V2 (Mode 2)(THROTTLE ON THE LEFT)
Hobbykings T6A 2.4ghz system is an entry level transmitter offering the reliability of 2.4Ghz signal technology and a receiver with 6 channels.
This transmitter requires a PC to modify any of the channel variables including mixing and servo reversing.
Key Features;
6-channel 2.4GHz transmitter with servo reversing.
Easy to use control for basic models.
Includes 6-channel receiver
Trainer system option.
This system must be programmed via PC cable.
1 x 2.4Ghz transmitter
1 x 2.4Ghz Receiver
1 x Bind Plug.

Only HK-T6A receiver is comptible with HK-T6A transmitter.
Only HK-T6Av2 receiver is compatible with the HK-T6Av2 transmitter.


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Weight: 998g
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  • Hobby King 2.4Ghz 6Ch Tx & Rx V2 - Mode 2 (USA Warehouse)

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Total of 1899 discussions.
Olivier  1 points - 3/30/2015
Is it possible to use this without the PC cable? It is not in stock anymore...
 teknokraze 167 points
No. You need to be able to connect it to your computer even to change servo direction etc. Better off getting the Turnigy 9X, (TX-9X-M2). Much more versatile radio.
 Thomas 82 points
So, instead of a big NO, the answer should be YES, you can use it without the cable but you cannot change anything. The stock config is usable for some of us, I didn't buy the cable until I wanted to use it for the flight simulator.
 teknokraze 167 points
See, for me it wasn't like that. I was just getting back into this hobby and went the cheapest route. Bought a Bixler and this radio. As soon as I hooked it up to the Bixler I needed to reverse the Elevator...needing the usb cord right away.
Everton  3 points - 3/30/2015
Just one question, does this model use the FHSS technology like HobbyKing HK6S 2.4Ghz FHSS 6Ch Tx & Rx model?? I am asking it because I saw in the manual shared in the tab files ("MANUAL HKT6A"), this is a Fly Sky manual, and there show in the topic "Transmitter parameters" that the modulation type is the FM modulation. I am in doubt now. Could you help me??
 Thomas 82 points
Yes, it is using frequency hopping (FHSS). There is a spectrum analyser screen shot in the files section. FM is a modulation scheme and it's possible to use FM with FHSS, however, I'd expect this to be something like xPSK rather than FM. Anyway, this is NOT compatible with the old model (V1).
 Everton 3 points
Thomas, thanks for the answer. I saw in the manual something about GFSK, anyaway I need to study more about that. Could you provide me more information about this model? Some sites, forums or files? And another question, Can I trust in the information shown in the Fly Sky manual??
 Thomas 82 points
OK, if it is using GFSK then the FM statement is true and it is not using PSK. I don't understand the motivation behind your question and I don't have any secret information about this receiver - it's a cheap system that is incompatible to pretty much everything out there. Use the transmitter with its receiver and you'll be fine. It is using frequency hopping which is a requirement in certain (all?) countries in this band. What specific information are you after?
 Everton 3 points
Thomas, thanks again. Then, I am developing a radio controlled robot and I am using this model and it's respective receiver. But I need some basic information about this model, like modulation, modulation techniques (FHSS), maybe the protocols (I think it is complicated to find something about that) to put in my article. As I said, I don't know too much about these matters, but, the basic information will be the enough.
 Thomas 82 points
If it is for documentation purposes only - yes, go with the manual. It's the best source of information you have and in the end it does not actually matter if it's true. Open the receiver or transmitter and check if they use an off-the-shelf transceiver and google for more information about that.
 Everton 3 points
Ok. Thanks, It was of great help.
Ronald G  5 points - 3/28/2015
what file to download for this radio
 NewToHobbyKing 15385 points
Ron if you go to the "Purple File Tab" then download a file called "Software, USB driver, settings included:" Now for a Manual the fair one is called "FlySky Manual PDF". ( Also T6install is a options also).
Joseph  1 points - 3/25/2015
what is the part# for the cable I well be using this on a heli and do analoge or digital servo work with it
 Thomas 82 points
Hi Joseph - your question is unclear. Servos plug directly into the receiver. The cable is attached to the servo. You can get servo lead extensions in different lengths if the servo cable is too short. Please rephrase your question if this is not what you were asking.
 wim verleyen 96 points
Joseph, this is the one: SKU: FS-L001
Rachael  1 points - 3/25/2015
i have this receiver hooked up to my kk2.1.5 board and when ever i try to arm it it doesn't work, i have set the throttle to zero and every thing seems to be working except t the arming part? any suggestions
 daglcr 1 points
I'm Having the same problem as Rachael..advice would be helpful.
 Rachael 1 points
i found the problem. the problem is that it is not tuned as well as other models when it comes to stick scaling. when i say this i mean that when throtle it all the way down without triming it is actually not at idle which is absolute 0. the same issue goes for the rudder which has to be at something like 100, but the problem is until the cord which you hook up to the trainer port and into a computer to edit the radio get's here i have to arm it inverted and go to the right with the rudder which is positive which then means that that rudder is on inverted along with some other channels. Yet agin this is why i need the cord you plug into it to invert the channels but if you are someone who can fly correct and inverted channels (which few can) it is recommended by me that you buy the cord with it so you can modify it. so to conclude you don't need the cord to arm it (but you should order it anyway)
 daglcr 1 points
Yeah, I wondered about that. But When I do my receiver test, it only goes as high as 46-47 left or right. I need to get up higher and not sure how to do it. I think I do need to reverse the rudder tho like you explained and will have to order the cable (arrrg). Maybe with the cable I can tune it better to get that higher number? Hoping so.
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145 thumbs up!
Love this radio! The cd that came with this included the drivers for xp & vista, and the t6config program (to program your transmitter). I installed this on my windows xp (HP laptop) and I kept getting the error "invalid com port" even though I knew it was the right com port from the device manager. I then installed this onto my dad's laptop which is identical to mine and it worked! 4 stars for having this kind of "hit or miss" computer support!

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132 thumbs up!
Very good RX and TX. Tested on glow and eletric airplane and aproved

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123 thumbs up!
Great price for a 6ch tx/rx combo!

I forgot to order the USB cable however, so that's a bummer but it's my fault ...

To have it shipped together with the set would ofcourse be ideal, just both products with a total price ... that way everyone always has the cable immediately :)

5 stars!

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112 thumbs up!
So far so good. Love the range and crystal-clear reception with 2.4mhz power. Manual (found else where in the reviews) could be better, mostly for routing the antennas, if they had to be outside the plane, etc.

4 stars because honestly, there should a paper manual, and the cable should be included.

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105 thumbs up!
Excellent radio and especially the money. Great extent simply install the antennas at right angles.
Just want to let the lack of manual and software to change the settings. I recommend, especially for beginners of the hobby!

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