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Old 07-19-2021, 03:56 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Question regarding Vstabi on a Computer vs Vcontrol Touch Radio

First, I totally understand how the Vcontrol Touch Radio virtually eliminates the need to plug your Heli into a computer anymore, in that you can tweak your Vbar directly from the Radio.

With that said, I just received my new Vcontrol Touch last week and I'm still learning how to use it. My question is, do settings made via the pc connection automatically update on the Vcontrol Touch Radio?

The reason I'm asking, is because "right now" I'm more comfortable with pc interface than the Radio. I'm looking forward to having the Radio figured out. But for expediency purposes, while the weather is still good here in the Northeast, the pc way is faster for me.
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I came from Ikon and still using some. I think it is quick for initial setup, but after that, the pc and bluetooth cannot compare. And integration is good but still buggy. It's like you have to go thru a maze to find the settings. Vcontrol is faster in both ways and the entire setup is like on one page and you kinda make it down and done!
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All the settings are kept on the Neo so it does not matter which interface you use to adjust the settings.
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I used to love having all the parameters viewed simultaneously in a large and single computer display. However, the "convenience" of the VBC Touch won it for me. I have not connected anything VBar to a computer in over 3 years.
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Old 07-20-2021, 03:47 PM   #5 (permalink)
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All the settings are kept on the Neo so it does not matter which interface you use to adjust the settings.
Thanks Vinger.
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