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RF7 Question

Discussion in 'Flight Simulators' started by cardenflyer, Dec 30, 2013.

   
  1. cardenflyer

    cardenflyer 70cc twin V2

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    Well, I almost pulled the trigger on RF 7 where I can use my one TX. But that upgrade for $40 bucks looks like I'm getting the exact same thing just have to use a RF transmitter. Am I correct in assuming this?

    Thanks for the help,

    Jake
     
  2. SnowDog

    SnowDog Moderator

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    The RF7 upgrade is only a disc...you would continue to use whatever controller you have been using with RF4, RF5, or RF6 (the RF7 upgrade allows you to upgrade any of those versions directly to RF7).

    There are three editions of RealFlight 7:
    - Interlink Elite Controller Edition,
    - Tactic TX-R Edition, and
    - Transmitter Interface Edition.

    The InterLink and Tactic editions come with their own TX.
    The Transmitter Interface Edition comes with a box into which you plug your TX.

    Since I have the Interlink Elite Controller from RF 5, I purchased the $40 upgrade. I don't care about using the Interlink Elite controller.
    I should add that with the Interlink Elite Controller you can plug your TX into the back and use your TX as well.
     
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  3. cardenflyer

    cardenflyer 70cc twin V2

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    So since I'd rarely use my real tx might as well get the upgrade.
     
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