Spektrum RC DX6R 6-Channel Smart Radio w/SR2000 & SR6000T Receiver

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The Spektrum DX6R 6-Channel Smart Radio offers touch-screen simplicity, WiFi connectivity, unbeatable DSMR range and security, 5.5ms frame rates, telemetry, Bluetooth model transfer – and much much more.

Android-Powered Touch Screen
You can literally 'tap' into the DX6R's programming features using an Android-powered, touch screen. The big color display makes navigating menus and adjusting settings as easy as it gets.

WiFi Connection for Updates and Apps
When connected to WiFi, the DX6R gets even smarter. You can instantly make firmware and RaceWare™ updates, download model setups from other users and add approved third-party apps. The DX6R will even be able to alert you when new updates or setups become available.

Bluetooth Model Transfer
If you’re out driving with another DX6R owner, you can quickly and easily swap model setups via Bluetooth. No WiFi or SD card transfer necessary. Just link up and swap.

Built-In Telemetry
The built-in telemetry feature can give you real-time information on things like your vehicle's battery voltage, signal quality, motor temperature and more.* Using the voice alert system, you can program the DX6R to tell you when specific telemetry values reach or exceed limits you define. You can also have it call out a sequence of telemetry values on demand with the flip of a switch. *Vehicle must be equipped with a telemetry-enabled receiver like the included SR6000T.

Frequency-Agile DSMR® Technology
The DX6R is built around frequency-agile, DSMR 2.4GHz technology. This exclusive Spektrum™ technology can be used in any type of surface application, including boats. Its range and response, particularly in noisy 2.4GHz environments, are superb. It's also backwards compatible with DSM2® and marine-specific Spektrum receivers. This means most longtime Spektrum users can continue to use the receivers they have. They’ll only need to upgrade if they want the frequency-agility of a DSMR receiver for busy 2.4GHz environments.

Superb Ergonomics
Optimized weight distribution and an abundance of adjustable features make it easy to customize the DX6R’s ergonomics to your driving style. You will enjoy a sense of balance and comfort that perfectly complements the precision of DSMR technology, especially during long racing heats. Ergonomic features include:

  • Multiple wheel angle settings
  • Adjustable trigger and steering tension
  • Adjustable trigger position (fore-to-aft and side-to-side)
  • Left- or right-hand steering
  • Multiple drop-down options
  • Three grip sizes
  • Smooth, dual-ball bearing precision

Wireless Link for Spektrum FPV Headsets
This exclusive Spektrum technology makes it possible to link with specially-equipped Spektrum FPV headsets so you can wirelessly control head tracking or remotely change video frequencies.

5.5-Millisecond Frame Rate
When matched with a receiver capable of 5.5ms frame rates, the DX6R delivers lightning-fast response that gives new meaning to the word ‘connected’.

250-Model Memory
The enormous capacity of the DX6R’s on-board memory means you will rarely, if ever, need to juggle models between transmitter memory and your SD card.

Includes SR6000T Telemetry and SR2000 Race Receivers
You can take advantage of all six channels and telemetry functions with the included SR6000T. A tiny SR2000 Race Receiver capable of a 5.5-millisecond frame rate is also included.

Programmable Voice Alerts
Keep tabs on important information without ever taking your eyes off what you’re driving. With the programmable voice alert system, you can have the DX6R call out lap times or report telemetry information. If an alarm goes off, you won’t have to look at the display to see what’s happening. The DX6R will tell you. In addition to a built-in speaker, the DX6R has a headphone jack that allows you to monitor voice alerts using earbuds so you don’t bother other drivers.

Charging Base
You don’t have to remove the battery of plug in the transmitter when it comes time to recharge. The DX6R includes a handy charging base that doubles as a transmitter holder. Its compact footprint won’t clutter up your pit station or workbench either.

Programming Features
The DX6R comes with an impressive list of programming features, some of which include:

  • Up to 3 drive modes per model
  • AVC® programming for compatible receivers
  • Programmable mixes
  • 7-Point throttle and steering curves
  • Voice alert programming
  • Dual rates, expo and more!

Features:

  • Intuitive, full-color, Android-powered touch screen
  • WiFi connectivity for firmware updates and apps
  • Built-In Telemetry
  • Bluetooth model transfer for use with other DX6Rs
  • Wireless link for compatible FPV headsets
  • 5.5-millisecond frame rate with compatible receivers
  • Superb ergonomics you can customize
  • Voice alerts over speaker or through headphones
  • 250-model memory
  • AVC® programming for compatible receivers
  • Includes SR6000T and SR2000 receivers
  • Long-lasting Li-Ion battery with charging base
  • EN328 compatible
Specifications:
# of Channels: 6
Modulation: DSMR
Band: 2.4GHz
Receiver: SR6000T and SR2000 receivers
Model Memory: 250
Transmitter (Tx) Battery Type: Li-Ion
Charger: Included

This product was added to our catalog on November 7, 2016.

Frederick Weiss
Tuesday, Nov 8 2016 (3 weeks ago)
Spektrum RC DX6R 6-Channel Smart Radio w/SR2000 & SR6000T Receiver
I was skeptical about this radio, as the initial release of the radio had some software bugs, but after deciding to take the plunge, updating the raceway app, and really give this radio a run through, I am more than satisfied with its performance. Since I'm willing to bet there are many on the fence about this particular radio, let me lay out the things I like about it: Ergonomics: This is hands down the MOST adjustable radio I have ever come across. The radio literally has hundreds of possible combinations in regards to mounting holes used, spacers, and wheel sizes. It may take a little bit to get it where you want it - but once you do - it will feel PERFECT for your driving stance. Even the adjustable trigger angle is something i didn't think I needed, but absolutely love. Touch Screen: app bugs aside, being able to swipe your finger across the screen, or type in a numeric value when setting trims is VERY convenient. The scroll wheel on the DX4R is nice, but having an actual keyboard when you need it is nicer. Just think about how time consuming it is to program in the name of your model with other radios... on the 6R, it takes a matter of seconds. And while we are on the subject of model names - being able to load your own photos of your actual car, and change the screen colors for each car is also pretty great. Running multiple touring cars, its nice to see at a glance of the top corner if I have the right model selected. Even more, since its easy to do, the pictures can be changed at a moments notice, and kept current with the bodies you are running. Oh, and changing models on the radio takes only 2 keystrokes. super simple. Charging: Yes, there were issues with the cradle, and they have been fixed, but having a drop-in cradle for charging is one of the biggest draws to this radio for me after the improved ergonomics. How many times have u been on the drivers stand, and some guys Futaba starts that annoying constant beeping, because his transmitter is about to die? or watched a Futaba driver feverishly try to swap lipos in his radio before a heat or main, because the ones in the radio were dead. With the 6R - all you have to do is pop it in the cradle when you're in the pits, and you should NEVER be without a solid amount of battery life. Futaba guys I show my 6R to in the pits are MOST excited about this feature. Future: This one takes a bit of faith since this technology is new as far as RC technology goes, but because of the nature of the android OS and app system, there are lots of future possibilities for this radio, some of which are already available. With bluetooth connectivity, soon ESCs will have BT built in, eliminating the need for a programming box. you'll instead be able to use your radio to program or adjust your ESC. Take that a step further, how about telemetry direct from your ESC to your radio? it will be possible. How about your radio being linked in to the tracks timing system, and instead of calling the times out, you can listen on a BT headset, or even better, have your transmitter vibrate when you set your best lap? Full datalogging of your throttle & steering inputs broken down by lap? The ideas go on and on - and thats the whole point. The radio opens up a world of possibilities. As far as things I dont like about the radio, they are fairly minor, and wouldn't prevent me from enjoying the radio. The orange transmitting indicator light faces completely away from the driver, so it can be difficult to tell if the radio is on when the screen is turned off. on all other Spektrum radios, this light was in plain view of the driver, and could be seen just by glancing down. on this radio, you literally have to point the front end at you to be able to see the light. Also, the cover for the MicroSD card slot is less than ideal, as the rubber / silicone used is too firm, and becomes warped the first time you pull up on it to access the MicroSD slot, preventing it from laying flat. it doesn't affect the radios performance, but is annoying to see every time i look down at the radio. Many people have just removed it. While the first release of this radio may not have been the smoothest, I don't regret my purchase, and while some may be distraught over early issues that were discovered (and have been fixed), I do strongly believe that this is still a great radio, that will be able to do some great things in the future, as the industry wakes up to a device such as this. As for others complaining about battery life, from what I have read on the forums, this is likely the result of 2 factors: wifi and Bluetooth always being on, and the radio not charging while in the cradle. Spektrum has addressed the cradle issue with an updated design, which all radios shipping now should have, and firmware & app updates have improved battery life with wifi and bluetooth on, though neither are necessary to have on while driving.
Richard Brown
Verified Owner
Sunday, Nov 6 2016 (3 weeks ago)
Spektrum RC DX6R 6-Channel Smart Radio w/SR2000 & SR6000T Receiver
Charged my radio the night before. I put into sleep mode wile I wasn't racing. I never charged all day . Ran practice two 7 min quals and a 12 min main and at the end of the day had 68% left. Really like the feel off the radio. Would recommend.
mark root
Verified Owner
Sunday, Nov 6 2016 (3 weeks ago)
Spektrum RC DX6R 6-Channel Smart Radio w/SR2000 & SR6000T Receiver
High expectations. Went racing for the day. Battery fully charged. put radio in cradle. Guess what after 4 hours started to run out of battery. Now what. Must you buy more batteries and change in the course of the day. ALL APPS TURNED OFF.Waste of money. Takes a whole day and night to charge the battery as well.So f you panning to race keep it safe 2hrs. GREAT DISAPPOINTMENT
william mossor
Verified Owner
Wednesday, Nov 23 2016 (1 week ago)
Spektrum RC DX6R 6-Channel Smart Radio w/SR2000 & SR6000T Receiver
I will write a more in depth review after I use it but I was really upset that I paid $500. for a transmitter & did not get a paper manual with it. I'm not very good with new Technology so I will be a good test on ease of use. look for more in depth review in the spring.
scott talty
Tuesday, Nov 22 2016 (1 week ago)
Spektrum RC DX6R 6-Channel Smart Radio w/SR2000 & SR6000T Receiver
Spektrum dropped the ball again. I do have one of the first released that I regret not buying at amain (found one in stock at other retailer) because I wouldn't own it still if I had bought here. I have more hours updating, registering, trying to figure out whats wrong with this flagship garbage. Started with registering 2hrs trying to get mile long serial number to work, tried b instead of 8 ect, next morning after waiting hours for horizon to call figured out I and L are both a straight line. No biggie but why have wifi, android and all the other bs when no app to register. next was trying to do updates again a pain in the A**. Easiest way go buy micro sd card and basically figure it out your self because directions were terrible. Did I mention you pay $500 for a radio and it comes with no paper manual. So in the 5 race days I have used it, I had to race one main with it beeping very loud everytime I touched a control (drove everyone nuts around me), did the latest updates beeping went away. 2 race nights later hit power button to wake it up before main (heaven forbid u actually shut it off because it takes minutes to power up most of the time) and the android crashed. So waited 2 hours for main that I got to watch while I restarted this flagship radio twice to get android to run. Then tonight had private track rental just to show up and find out I have no throttle with any of my 4 cars, tried everything on line I could find for 3 hours before just going home. Now I suppose I get to call and wait for a couple hours for horizon to call back. These are just the big issues I have had. I was very hesitant to buy another spektrum but do to the 6 race receivers plus 4 sport receivers I use I couldn't justify switching brands, which I will be buying a sanwa tomorrow morning for tomorrow night. I never leave reviews but $500 for something so unreliable is to much for garbage. I will say in my opinion its the best radio out overall, its 10 times nicer then my dx4r but when I have missed 3 races out of 15 its time to go. Been in hobby for 25 years and never owned something so unreliable.