questionscan i use two phantom s107 gyro's at the sameā€¦

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I don't think it has multiple frequencies. If flying 2 at once is something you're after and you still want the Gyro stability, get yourself a SYMA 107G:

http://www.amazon.com/Syma-S107-S107G-Helicopter-Blue/dp/B003TVTPS0/ref=pd_sim_t_1

http://www.amazon.com/Syma-S107-S107G-Helicopter-Red/dp/B004A8ZRBA/ref=pd_sim_t_1

http://www.amazon.com/Syma-S107-S107G-Helicopter-Yellow/dp/B004A8ZRB0/ref=pd_sim_sbs_t_1

http://www.amazon.com/Syma-S107-S107G-Helicopter-Colors/dp/8499000606/ref=pd_sim_t_3

They run about $20/ea on average and are a really great helicopter. I have 2 and they can take a hard crash, and a good 5-10 minutes of flight time on a 30-minute charge.

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I like Gyros mmmmm Gyros

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Yes. There's a frequency selector on each controller. It may show three choices (A, B and C), but in all likelihood only A and B will work. You just have to pair each heli with its controller before flight. It might be easier to pair them in different rooms, to prevent "crossing the streams."

@devexityspace is right about the Symas. Phantom S107s are copies of the Syma. Probably just as good, but knockoffs nonetheless.

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Only if you have a flux capacitor.

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Well I don't have one of those and I have no idea where to get one, so I have one for parts now I guess.