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Old 02-18-2007, 10:59 AM   #21
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I think your points were made very clearly and well written. I find the points interesting and thought provoking, as you intended. People have made other comments since your first post that are obviously influenced with emotion as well as thought. I am not going to reveal what I fly with, but I will say that I have one of the radios mentioned in this thread and I bought it after plenty of comparison and found it to be superior to the competion in all areas that I needed it to be. I am very happy with it and would not hesitate to purchase again if the situation came up. Great thread, to bad its lost on some.
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Old 02-18-2007, 12:49 PM   #22
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meneer. Your point dose seem to be lost on some people. I however could not agree more. The nature of advertising is to put you ahead of your competition. Therefore it is more likely your will criticize a product the is superior to yours in a distorted sort of way. Bye comparing your product to another you are telling me that your product is likely inferior. I won't give any examples in R/C otherwise I will face the rath, but did you ever notice in the 90's as Honda was gaining in popularity all the other car companies were running these types of negative caparison adds. I knew then it was time to buy an Accord.

Best to stay out of the debate and fly Airtronics.

Relax y'all. George
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