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Old 07-25-2012, 01:27 PM   #1
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Radiopost Radios.

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Is anyone using one around here? Most of what I have heard / read has been very good. I wouldn't mind checking one out in person.


This is the Radiopost TS401 2.4 GHz DSSS Radio system, with 2 x RP24RA5DX receiver. This unique system uses SDS(Signal Direct Sequence) that performs at a high signal transmission rate, increasing consistency and minimizing interference unlike other systems that hop channels.

The new TS401 radio is the most advanced 2.4 gHz radio system bringing you comfort and performance. The TS401 introduces the first ever swivel color screen and built in internal antennae combined with our own proprietary 2.4 Ghz Signal Direct Sequence (SDSTM) technology bringing a powerful direct signal to your car or boat. This technology enables the user to have direct control of their vehicle making every movement of the throttle and steering wheel more accurate than other radios. The 5.5ms frame rate balances both performance and consistency. No artificial accelerated programs are used.
We focused on ergonomics and the TS401 feels naturally balanced for those long mains. The weight is balanced 50/50 from top to bottom allowing your hands free from pressure points. Radiopost SDS systems use considerably less power so we are able to use a smaller battery reducing the overall weight of the radio. The control wheel can be switched from right-hand to left-hand usage with 4 screws. Our software was developed with the beginner and serious user in mind providing all the functions you need. Easy to navigate buttons and a color screen all provide a user experience not found in any other 2.4 GHz system.
Small and incredibly light weight Radiopost 5-Channel receivers deliver a high performance package that can be used for many applications. They use our Quick Sync (QSTM) technology and deliver high resolution data without diminishing speed and precision of our Transmitters.. Our receivers are durable and proven to work under various temperatures and conditions.

First Ever Color LCD Screen (6 color modes to choose from)
LCD Swivel
·Our LCD can swivel vertical or horizontal to expose the menu keys.
Internal Antenna
·High efficiency antenna provides excellent performance and no more antennas to break. Another first from Radiopost
Direct Sequence 2.4 gHz Technology.
·No more frequency hopping, a direct digital signal provides excellent feel and ultra fast response.
3 Selectable Modes of Transmit Speeds
·You have the option to increase or decrease the speed allowing the use of analog and digital servos
Easy to Use Interface
·No more searching through long complicated menus. The ability to scroll and find what you need when you need it is our goal.
Light Weight Performance
·Our transmitters were designed to have a balanced feel when operated. The radios efficiency allows you to use 5 dry cells or a Radiopost 6.6V LiFe (sold separately) making it one of the lightest and efficient transmitters in the market
Customizable Settings
·The steering and throttle trigger spring tension can be infinitely adjustable to customize the feel.
·The drop down can be angled to the users preference.
Drop Down Included
·We have included a drop down to enhance the comfort in those long mains. We optimized the wheel drop down for increased comfort and performance.
Easy Left Hand Adjustability
·We made the process of adjusting the drop down from right to left handed a breeze. Just 4 screws and the included wire is all you need. No more fishing the wires from one side to the other. No more dealing with extra parts and screws.
Model: TS401
Channel:4 Ch - 9 Ch Receivers can be used
Frequency: 2.4GHz Band SDS
Operating Voltage: 4.4V ~ 8.4V
Frame Rate Speed: 5.5ms, 10.5ms & 16.5ms
Screen Resolution: 240 x 400 (WQVGA)
Power Supply: 5 AA Alkaline Dry Cell DC 7.5V
Weight: 1.42 lbs / 646g (Without Battery)
Dimension (HxWxD): 9.05x7.08x5.5"
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Old 07-25-2012, 01:33 PM   #2
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Re: Radiopost Radios.

I think nick shwieger sp? has one.
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Old 07-25-2012, 03:58 PM   #3
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Re: Radiopost Radios.

I know Kevin Hebert is sponsord by them. He seems to like it.
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Old 07-25-2012, 06:41 PM   #4
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Re: Radiopost Radios.

Andrew Smolnik uses one..
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Old 07-26-2012, 06:19 AM   #5
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Re: Radiopost Radios.

Cool. Thanks Guys.

I'll try tracking some of these guys down next time I see them at the track.
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Old 07-26-2012, 10:08 AM   #6
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Re: Radiopost Radios.

I've been looking at it for about a month now, as I'm definitely in the new radio market. Seems to be one of the best reviewed radios out there.
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Old 07-26-2012, 10:28 AM   #7
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Up nick411 has it and he likes it

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