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FrSky Taranis X9d

FrSky Taranis X9D

Since a week I’m the proud owner of a FrSky Taranis X9D. I really love this transmitter and I think you can’t get more bang for bucks than with this one. OpenTX is simply incredible and FrSky did a great job in delivering a affordable transmitter and still maintaining good quality.

One of the many great features of the Taranis X9D is the ability to map any sound you like to switch positions or (a combination of) stick positions. Last weekend I’ve create some sounds to be used with MultiWii. I like to share the sounds with the web, so feel free to use my soundpack. The soundpack contains the following sounds:

-mw_acro (acro mode)
-mw_armed (armed)
-mw_baroact (baro active)
-mw_disarm (disarmed)
-mw_GPShol (gps hold activated)
-mw_GPSinac (gps inactive)
-mw_GPSrth (gps return to home)
-mw_headfr (headfree)
-mw_horizon (horizon mode)
-mw_level (level mode)
-mw_mag (mag active)

You can download the zip file here

The sounds are created with the text to speech engine from Acapela-group.com¬†and I’ve selected the voice of “English (USA) Laura). The sounds are edited to be compatible with the Taranis X9D firmware with the open source audio editor Audacity which is available for free here. If you want to make your own sounds, please see the YouTube video by R. Scott.