The Syncro Touch FHS/FHSS 2.4GHz
transmitter is an ideal upgrade to the KT-19 included with the
MR-03/MA-020S/Overland Sports, Mini-Z Sports Series, and Mini-Z Moto
Racer models. In addition to improved response and control precision,
the other outstanding feature of the Syncro Touch KT-432PT is the color
touch panel that creates a similar control feel to a smartphone. Like
other mid-range transmitters, the Syncro Touch menu is rich with setting
options from end-point, exponential, mixing and model memory (20
models), but also displays these in a user-friendly graphical and
illustrated format like a smartphone. Switch the power ON/OFF and hear
the start up sound of a racing car from the internal speaker. The Syncro
Touch KT-432PT not only realizes an evolution in performance, but also
takes the visual and user experience to a whole new level. Kyosho’s
guiding philosophy of “serious about having fun” is embodied in this
next generation transmitter by enhancing the enjoyment of operating a
transmitter and driving R/C cars at the same time.
Orthodox design. Includes thin-type rubber grip
as standard but also includes thicker L size for easier grip.
Lightweight 398g is easy to hold for long drive times.
Steering wheel position can be adjusted by
extension. 5 trim switches are positioned around the steering wheel and 2
push switches are located near the grip for easy reach and control.
While still a mid-range transmitter, the
symmetrical design allows easy conversion for left-handed users by
changing the installed extension.
Easy visuals from the large 3.35-inch full color
touch panel display brings smartphone-like control to R/C car
transmitters. Popular language choice settings are available such as
English and Japanese.
Setting screen features 23 menu icons, more than
enough for a mid-range transmitter. Illustrations are easy to understand
and provide direct access and control of menu selections.
Use of graphical and illustrated displays
presents information on screen in the easiest to understand format.
Control with the flick of a finger, just like a smartphone screen (photo
shows steering exponential setting screen).