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FS-TH9X 2.4GHz 9CH Transmitter - RC Helicopters/ Airplanes Transmitter Receiver

by Flysky
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  • channels: 9channels TH9X
  • model type: helicopter ,airplane, glider
  • RF power: less than 20db
  • modulation: GFSK
  • sensitivity: 1024

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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 7.5 x 9.4 x 3.2 inches ; 1.5 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 1.5 pounds
  • ASIN: B009I6FNJA
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 8 years and up
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #262,849 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (27 customer reviews)
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Product Description

FS-Th9X has revolutionized the way people experience RC, and now this radio transmitter can stand up to the top competitions.
AFHDS (automatic frequency hopping digital system), is developed by FLYSKY for all the Radio Control model lovers and is patented by FLYSKY at home. The system is specially developed for all the Radio control models, that offers super active and passive anti-jamming capabilities, very low power consumption and high receiver sensitivity. With extreme rigorous testing by engineers and studying the markets for years, FLYSKY AFHDS is now considered to be the one of the best systems available in the market.
2.4GHz is the standard of new generation radio system because it has a lot of advantages. Operating at 2.4 GHz puts the radio control out of the frequency range of any 'noise' generated by the other electronic components on your helicopter - such as the brushless motor, Electronic speed controller, Servos and any metal to metal noise - eliminating interference and glitching that can affect traditional frequency system.

Specifications:
(1). lcd type: 128*64 dot
(2). low voltage warning: yes
(3). DSC port: yes
(4). charger port: yes
(5). power:12VDC(1.5AA*8)

Included in the box:
Transmitter
8CH receiver R9B
Binding plug
Manual

The radio can do:
Throttle curves
Pitch curves
Endpoint adjustments
Subtrim
Swash AFR mixes
Servo reversing
Timer
Dual rate
Exponential
Flaperons
V-Tail mixing
Elevons

Customer Reviews

Great radio so far.
Guyron J. Philbert
This is a great Tx, and it can buddy box as the slave of Spektrum, and Futaba, but I haven't tested on others.
avery
As for this review, LEAVE ME ALONE !!!!!
jim placko

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

30 of 31 people found the following review helpful By avery on October 2, 2012
My transmitter is actually the Turnigy 9X, but the Turnigy 9X and FlySky 9X, (Along with the iMax 9x and many others) are identical, except for the brand plate that is screwed on the front, and the firmware, which really is the same too! Many transmitters come with a backlight on the screen. During the day, this is no problem. The screen is like a graphing calculators screen. It can display text/pitures, and is visible during light. I do a lot of 3D night flying. We have a runway that is illuminated by LEDS on the edges, and I do night flying, but simple things like changing expo are impossible without going to the car, turning on the light, and changing it.

I still give this a 4 star review if it was triple the price, because this radio has never given me problems, even when Spektrum has. The DSM2 protocol is pretty horrible, and DSMX is the only good protocol from Spektrum. This 9X comes with a receiver, and you can get more for only $15 each. Got 1600 meters with FPV, and a buddy of mine has gotten 3400 with a modded antenna. 1600 meters is so far, that you couldn't distinguish a red semi from a blue one. The airplane is not visible, except maybe with binoculars if its a cold day.

This transmitter can be modded with almost 12 different firmwares for whatever suits your fancy, and some of the firmwares have 4 way mixing so complex, it could replace an arduino. I mean like exponential mixing, but only when 1 switch is active, except if a different switch is active, reverse it and subtract the value from channel 4 kind of complex mixing. Only for the pros. This is a great Tx, and it can buddy box as the slave of Spektrum, and Futaba, but I haven't tested on others. It is a great transmitter, because it is a newbies price, but the flexibility of a JR 10 ch.
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Guyron J. Philbert on May 19, 2013
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Great radio so far. Solid product. Mine arrived with a screw loose but since I was installing the backlight anyway I simply compared the screw's location to the YouTube video and put it back in. I've bound it to my v911s and my Double Horse v9116 so far. It flies the v911s better than the stock transmitter. The included 8 CH receiver will come in handy for my tricopter build. It's only day 2 and I'm starting to understand the menus.

It's identical to the Turnigy 9x. Hobby King sells the Turnigy for less - until you add the shipping and handling and the headache of fighting with customer no-service and Chinese shipping times! Save the hassle and buy this one instead. The FS -TH9X also actually comes with an instruction manual!
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By pinto4402 on March 5, 2013
This transmitter has allowed me to own a fleet of model planes and helicopters. Each aircraft I have has its own receiver which is binded to this receiver. I can take my fleet to the field and fly all of them while carrying only one transmitter. The receivers are inexpensive enough where I can do this without breaking the bank. Each is only $8-12, depending on where you purchase. This is a huge factor once you get into the hobby.

Never had any range problems or glitches. Really like this transmitter.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By J. Doe on February 28, 2014
First of all, realize that several companies sell this radio using different labels... the most common one is the Turnigy 9x (not to be confused with the Turnigy 9xr). All of brands use the same hardware and often have the same (or very similar) firmware. So if you want to modify the radio, you can typically go to youtube and use the videos of someone modifying their Turnigy 9x and do the exact same thing to this FlySky 9x.

For the price, it is pretty nice. It is not spectacular, but it represents a decent value. You can mix channels and control many different things that you are often unable to do on radios at this price.

If you are someone that like to tinker with electronics, then it has the potential to be much better. For example, mine did not come with a backlight, but they are readily available on ebay and with a bit of soldering, it can be installed. The stock version works with 8 AA batteries... but people can modify it to work with LiFe and LiPO batteries (although you should not use the recharging port with those types of batteries!!!) The default firmware is usable and has useful features, but does not really impress me. However, there are multiple free and open source solutions you can replace it with if you are willing to either do some careful soldering or buy the 3rd party SmartieParts board. I have been told that replacing the firmware can also let you make changes to increase the range. The jack used to connect this radio to your computer for a flight sim or connect to another radio for a buddy system does not work while the TX is snapped into the back. Once again, easy to correct, if you are willing to open up the controller or tx and do some minor modifications.

Don't get me wrong, it works when you get it.
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on July 5, 2012
this is an excellent transmitter. i would say it has better firmware than the turnigy 9x, and it is in stock a lot more often than the turnigy. it has great range (at least 1000 meters) and i have never had a radio glitch or signal lockout yet. it is easily of equal quality to the aurora 9, spektrum dx8, and jr9503, but about a quarter of the price. the only modification i have made so far is updating the firmware to er9x.
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