JR DSX9 MK2 2.4G DSM2 Transmitter w/RD921 Receiver (Mode 1)
The same as the X9303-2.4Ghz
The DSX9 is the best value high-end 8 or 9 channel radio in the market today! Plus being compatible with all Spektrum receivers and it's rich featureset it's easy to see why this radio is so popular! JR quality, unmatched product support, programming sophistication youll probably never outgrow, along with the all-important advantages of Spektrums 2.4GHz convenience and security. Thats the JR DSX9 2.4, and its the most unique advanced radio control system ever offered.
thanks for reply, I understand what you say. I'm specifically wanting to know if the transmitter will transmit in DSMX modulation/mode as all new DSX9's you see elsewhere are now capable of transmitting DSMX.
If you are at an event where their are over 100 transmitters all going DSMX will have the advantage of better filtering of noise, otherwise DSM2 will be the better choice, DSMX is the flavour of the moment but best to stick with prooven performance NOTE: the market has all new both Spectrum and JR Receivers with the big X on all their receivers now.
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Personally I would not mess with conversion, You can access the radios service menue, but its complicated, and not recomended, why mess about with a very reliable excellent transmitter, if you value your Models and full contol of them.
Yes you can change to mode 2 best to buy the mode 2 version much simpler, Can change via menu electronically, then swap throttle mechanically inside you then must change mode for each model setup via menu as defult is mode 1
yes you can change in program to mode 1 2 3 or 4 but im not sure about the spring for centring etc but ive heard people change that easy but other than that you can chooose mode1 2 3 or 4 in the options , mines mode 1 tx but i set it up for mode3
Yes It has DSC socket on rear of set, Yes will copy to another DSX9 and Yes to it can handle a fully charged 3 cell lipo TX battery pack, have a look at last post on this Discussion page, this is a highly recomended radio, hope this helps.
Hello everyone! Wish to know, is there any other difference between the mode 1 and mode 2 dsx9 transmitters? I'm talking about Flight Mode, THR Hold, Rudder D/R and TRN switches. Are these switches placed differently in mode 1 and mode 2?
This radio is really very reliable and it has many more features than the JR PCM 9x and even to 9303, JR DSX 9 is the top, still at customs even if he has the CE mark should not be a problem is not anywhere dichari and the package is closed and sealed
Hi Nitro it depends on your Rx, you need a bind plug connected to the battery port (in most cases) and a battery to connect to any other port in the RX. Turn on your TX with the bind button on the rear held in. Connect the power to your RX (with bind plug connected) the Rx will flash fast until it connects and then will slow its flash or have a solid light. release the button on the back of the TX. you should have a link. disconnect the battery from the RX and remove the bind plug, turn TX off. You are now ready to go and program in your model and operate your system.
Hope this helps. Note some RX's might be a little different but this works for all JR, Specrum and Orange RX's as far as I am aware.
This is incorrect even a 9.6V Nicad will be over this Voltage when fully charged..
Yes you can use a lipo... HOWEVER... The Tx has a voltage warning at 9V and a 3S Lipo will fail at about 9.6V - hence you will not get a warning before the TX turns off. = keep it charged!!!
Gee Kev nows whos crying lmao. I was just stateing a point in to why sell somthing without the goods to go with it. looks like I got a bite out of you big buddy.. No tears here mate just happy flying. You must be happy with buying items seperate and wasting yah good earned money. it all adds up old fella. you have a great day lol
I was just making fun of how you said "GET REAL PEOPLE AND WAKE UP ...BLOODY RIP I SAY" seemed you were making a big deal out of nothing. Your buying a $510 dollar transmiter. $520 dollars dosen't seem much differnt. Thats a difference of 1.9%. But I wasn't angy more just laughing at the situation. Happy flying to you to!!!!
if i am going to buy a $500 radio then i would not make such a big fuss about spending a LITTLE bit of money to get a charger, and i think it is a good idea not to include a charger, cos if you want to put a lipo in it you are just wasteing your GOOD EARNED MONEY ON SOMETHING YOU DONT NEED, SO GET REAL AND **** UP Cheers Corey Thanks for the argument
Mine came with no batteries. How come some get batteries and some don't. I was expecting a TX battery. What kind of plug do I use? what is the polarity? where is the DSC cord ? What battery do I use? Not ideal for a $500 purchase. I can't even turn it on. A TX battery is going to cost me $50 no matter where I buy it LHS or HK.
Mine came with no batteries. How come some get batteries and some don't. I was expecting a TX battery. What kind of plug do I use? what is the polarity? where is the DSC cord ? What battery do I use? Not ideal for a $500 purchase. I can't even turn it on.
I'm not sure exactly what plug it uses since I don't have one, but I've heard the transmitter box itself is identical to the Turnigy one ($65 or something), in which case it has uses a plug like the balance plug on a li-po.
Hi Guys, can any one put me right with a small but annoying problem I am having. Have taken delivery of the new DSX9. am trying to copy the models from my X9 across to it, doing as the manual instructs. However all i get on the DSX9 is an error fault, "TX Mismatch" what am I doing wrong??
I've Read somewhere, that the original Mode 1/2 Radio Controller have the different, that 1or more switsches are moved on the other Side ( changed from Left to right and visa). Also in the 9303 not all switched are full free to program. How about in the DSX9?
No, it is not Mode 1 only. You can choose all 4 modes via software and whether throttle is normal or inverse. This is the main difference between the X9303 and the DSX9. The DSX9 has digital trimming at all 4 main functions. The X9303 has an analog trim at the throttle channel. So it is necessary to produce Mode1 and Mode2 x9303 transmitters. DSX9 is my favorite radio.
NOT ALL DSX CONTROL COME WITH SELECTABLE MODE SOFTWARE....MAYBE HOBBYKING SELLING HAVE?
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Purchased in France and enjoy it from more than 1 year mostly for gliders. Programming glider is simple but is different if 6 chanel receiver instead of 7 or more. Everything possible finally. No transmission problem with it. Same performance than the JR3080 transformed with HC spketrum module. Only negative point is the battery pack (NiMh 1500mA delivered in F) not sufficient. Beware that it is written that 2 Lipos is not recommended ?!
Trs facile de programmation, le soft est intuitif et naturel. Nombreuse possibilits de programmation. Trs bonne qualit d'ensemble et bonne ergonomie. J'alimente la radio avec une lipo R2620-TX3-Rhino 2620mAh 3S 11.1v transmitter lipoly Pack. J'ai soud 2 diodes 1N4148 en srie pour abaisser la tension d'alimentation pour protger le rgulateur de la radio qui est prvue pour 9.6v. Attention, la place pour la batterie d'alimentation est trs restreinte (prevue pour un pack de 8 accu format R6 et pas plus).
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Superbe radio compatible avec toute la gamme de rcepteurs spektrum. De grandes possibilits avec en particulier pour les planeurs avec 5 tats actionnables en vol. Le rglage de la vitesse des servos est idal pour les trappes de train rentrants, les volets et mme la commande des gaz. La liaison 2.4Ghz DSM2 est fiable j'ai mme test avec un metteur vido de 800 mw 1.2 Ghz plus une tlmtrie eagle tree en 900 mhz plac ct du rcepteur.
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Muy buena emisora aunque la he comprado con el mando del acelerador en el lado equivocado, ya que ponia abajo que era el correcto y me a confundido, espero que se pueda cambiar interiormente cambiando los mandos de un lado para el otro y variando el cable, ya comentar en cuanto lo haga.
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I'm thinking about moving up to the DSM2 technology, just because the AR6000 receivers can at times be too big for some of the planes I fly. I do like the ModelMatch feature. I've also found it helpful to rebind my receiver after I've flown a plane a few times and have all the throws and subtrims set where I want them. That way the "fail-safe" will have the correct neutral position for all the surfaces and the correct postion for engine idle.