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Spektrum DX4C DSMR 4CH AVC Tx w/SRS4210




 
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The DX4C DSMR™ 4-Channel AVC™ surface radio system puts the precision of a programmable 2.4GHz radio and the amazing stability of AVC (Active Vehicle Control™) technology well within the reach of the most budget conscious driver.

About the SRS4210 AVC Receiver
The Spektrum SRS4210 combines the superb range and signal of security of a 4-channel DSMR receiver with patent-pending AVC technology in a single, compact unit. It’s waterproof too. When you’re driving, the built-in AVC technology calculates your vehicle’s attitude many times per second and makes instantaneous corrections to steering and throttle so it stays precisely on the trajectory you command. The amount of steering and throttle stability provided can be adjusted with the transmitter to suit your skill level or driving style.

Best of all, driving with AVC technology feels completely natural. There is no lag in response or limits on your control. You simply feel like you’re driving a finely tuned vehicle that handles beautifully at every speed.
Features
Frequency-agile DSMR™ 2.4GHz technology
Includes waterproof SRS4210 AVC receiver
Independent adjustment of AVC steering and throttle assistance
Extra channels can be used for other functions with standard receivers
Pre-set mixes and other transmitter programming features
Integrated transmitter antenna
20-model transmitter memory with ModelMatch™ technology
LCD screen
Comfortable transmitter grip
Compatible with DSMR and DSM2 receivers.

Average Customer Review: 2.5 of 5 Total Reviews: 2 Write a review.

  2 of 2 people found the following review helpful:
 
Good for what you get May 24, 2016
Reviewer: Zach from Las Vegas, NV United States  
If you are a crawler guy that needs 4wS, drifter, or boat guy. this is a good combo for managing multiple models on the same Radio.

The reciever is not as good as it could be, as the AVC seems to hinder my driving, but it is very easily disabled.

Easy to use and setup, and when i got this it was 100 bucks flat US.

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  0 of 3 people found the following review helpful:
 
Avc sucks March 22, 2016
Reviewer: Robert Crowell from Bakersfield, CA United States  
Avc sucks

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