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Old 01-03-2010, 11:49 AM   #1
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DX7 with Blade mSR

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I just got the DX7 this christmas (2 new receivers on the way) and ordered a Blade mSR through hobby alley (I figured, they are in Edmonton so shipping should be quicker). I have searched and couldn't find and answer to my question. Do I bind the mSR first? or do I do the settings (i.e. model name and such...) then bind the mSR?? Since this is my first time binding anything to the DX7 and my first BnF aircraft....some direction would be nice.

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Old 01-03-2010, 12:01 PM   #2
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Re: DX7 with Blade mSR

Do the setup on the DX7 first. Then bind it. You might want to checkout the sixth? thread down from here for programming suggestions. Thread is titled MSR.

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Old 01-03-2010, 12:24 PM   #3
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Re: DX7 with Blade mSR

Paul's right. Just set up your single servo swash option and name your heli etc., then all you do is plug in your MSR with the radio off. Then turn on the radio while holding your bind button.

You can then adjust your sub trims for a good hover, and add any D/R and EXPO you like.

I think you'll find the MSR just about the easiest thing to set up ever - plus it's fun to fly.

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Re: DX7 with Blade mSR

thanks for the response...so, setup the Tx then bind. Yeah, I saw the post and will be using the mix settings. I also saw some throttle curve settings that I could apply to it.
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