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freehelot 28/06/2021
Before reviewing I have to warn any readers that I have received this product as a free trial, so take my review with a grain of salt. The package was packed nicely, everything is protected by lots of cardboard, You can see in the pictures and in the item description what cables come in the box, all you need extra is a 5V/0.5V usb charger or just stick it in your pc usb slot. I tested the device in RX and bypass mode, couldn't test it in TX mode since I don't own any bluetooth speakers and I couldn't connect to my car stereo since I have to input pairing numbers which this device doesn't support (the only buttons are for pairing and audio control). In RX mode, I connected my speakers to the box and connected via bluetooth to the box from my phone, and everything worked nicely. Couldn't hear any problems in the sound and was pleasantly suprised how fast and good it works. Bypass mode literally just makes a connection between your audio device and media device and here to prior connections, I just added aux cable between the box and my pc. Switching into bypass mode, the sound came on from pc, and switching back to RX mode worked almost instantly and music started playing from my phone. In bypass mode, I couldn't hear any loss in sound quality but I don't have the best speakers nor audio testing equipment to back that up. As I said prior, you need a usb charger or free pc usb slot to charge this device. This device does come with a built in battery, I haven't tested how long it works since I don't plan on using it without a power supply at all times. Having a battery is a nice addition but kinda overkill since all outdoor speakers today have built in bluetooth, so I can't see the use for a battery inside this box. I can already see this device as a great addition to my stuff of gadgets since I do have some speakers and home cinema which require aux connection and with this box I can just connect via bluetooth and carry my phone/laptop around.
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Q: any makita battery will do?

perguntado por Walanjoe sobre 2021-08-22 09:58:56

freehelot 18V LXT batteries fit, not sure about other models.

2021-08-22 10:01:22 Útil (1)
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Q: Can You recommend ESC for this motor?

perguntado por andrius sobre 2019-08-20 02:42:18

freehelot hobbywing 40-60a esc. im using them on quadcopter without problem

2021-07-28 08:47:37 Útil (0)
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Q: Is it appropriate to play "it takes two" on pc?

perguntado por BG439522211 sobre 2021-07-28 05:55:50

freehelot any game will work with this controller. what controller is best for you depends on personal preference but i play emulators, dmc, racing and arcade games on it non stop.

2021-07-28 06:00:09 Útil (1)
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Q: Is the mux wire necessary? I dont have a MUX port on my flight controller...

perguntado por stainermax sobre 2019-09-18 02:37:53

freehelot Fromrcgroups: "The MUX line is for Radio Passthrough mode which is a hardware failsafe in Arduplane." so by that explanation it is not necessary.

2021-06-28 04:11:57 Útil (0)
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freehelot Youcould always measure the drain of the unit or just install a switch on the positive pole so it shuts off.

2021-06-28 04:11:55 Útil (0)
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freehelot If you plug in the speakers to the device via aux cable and your phone via bluetooth, then yes, it works and it's called RX mode in the manual.

2021-06-28 04:06:41 Útil (0)
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freehelot You will have to get a seperate one because the A979b or most of wltoys for that matter have ESC+RX together, even if you open it you won't get a standard PWM output or be able to put the RX part cause it's all glued in epoxy. You can use any receiver which is PWM compatible with this ESC.

2021-06-01 12:15:36 Útil (0)
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Q: is this pair of two?

perguntado por CarloMM sobre 2021-04-23 02:48:35

freehelot Yes, a pair for one controller

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freehelot 17/04/2021
Ordered from CZ warehouse to my EU country, it arrived pretty fast since I ordered the thing. You can see how it arrived, a big cardboard box within another cardboard box, nothing was damaged during transport which is something I feared the most since it was 6kg heavy and there is a battery inside. At first start, I charged the robot and tested some basic functionalities just to see if everything was working. For everythin else I've been using Xiaomi Home app since Roborock one got worse reviews plus I use other Xiaomi products that use the Xiaomi app, hence I stayed at one app only. Pluses: + auto detects carpets, makes the suction stronger on them + if it gets stuck and you move it, it will position itself within the map very quickly and continue on + neat app, auto detects rooms and obstacles, easy to use + cleaned better then a 8 year old roomba + easy to clean and fix, cheap aftermarket parts + cleaned the carpets nicely, even the thick ones + received a firmware update within second day of owning it + because of lidar, doesn't bump into obstacles + auto updates stored map when you move furniture/objects around - if you have long curtains, it will detect them as obstacles and will not vacuum near them - carpets with long fringes are it's enemy, gets stuck on a side brush - in app room separation didn't work, everything else worked - I doubt the mop will last more then a month, suggest getting more Other then that, I did notice when it gets stuck on a carpet, it starts to rotate in opposite direction to get unstuck, I did notice side brush speed reduction since the new firmware update, but that could be my imagination. Mopping is still in testing mode, I did try it on kitchen floor but still require more testing. I'm currently testing no-go zones and walls to avoid carpet parts where it gets stuck so I wouldn't have to worry about it. If needed I will post more details about mopping and usage after some time.
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Q: Is it the PNP version?

perguntado por BG543353107 sobre 2021-04-16 12:43:52

freehelot When I bought it, it was the PNP version. Being PNP it means servos and main engine are installed with ESC, but it's missing a flight controller, transceiver, any wiring, fpv optional parts, batteries and similar stuff.

2021-04-17 07:02:11 Útil (0)
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freehelot By the looks of videos and materials available online if You search for it more, yes. I'd suggest You take a look at inav github or their facebook group and ask the question here to find more information how to connect it and configure in inav configurator. Inav does support Mavlink, but setup itself for 3dr radio to work is something that by the looks of it requires patience and time. I'd also suggest You take a look what will be Your ground station for Your device before making a purchase if it's really what You want. Keep in mind that the range is not so great on these things (I've only gotten like 1 - 2km max) if You're planning to fly a plane, I'd suggest going for stronger modules (ultimate lrs, dragonlink, frsky r9, tbs)

2021-04-07 11:15:33 Útil (0)
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