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Old 02-04-2019, 01:38 PM
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Default CS24B vs CS24C and Remotes

Im curious to hear peoples expereince's who upgraded from the 24B to the 24C.

Even more so, Id like to hear from Northern hunters on the remote. TX500 to the TX1000.
Currently in really cold weather my tx500 is an absolute ******* to use. It has a hard time scrolling to the calls I want(jumping all over and going down when scrolling up etc ). I have to burry it in my clothing to keep it warm to get it to work. Does the new remote resolve that? It cost us a shot at 5 yotes saturday and I sold the whole thing. Ordering new but would like to hear others experiences. To be fair it has been Minus 15 to minus 24 when it acts up.
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Old 02-04-2019, 04:42 PM
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The TX1000 is more user friendly and very reliable. The TX500 sometimes gave a problem like you described, but a fix by Foxpro squares them away. It had to do with some of the equipment from the supplier had some kind of lubricant that caused problems in extreme cold. As I said, Foxpro had a fix which remedied that situation.
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Old 03-30-2019, 02:58 PM
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I have a CS-24B and I absolutely love it. I purchased 2 CS-24C's and sent them both back because they didn't have nearly the output volume of my B.

The Tech's even removed a "gain limiter" component said to be in the C but it still didn't sound nearly as loud and clear as my CS-24B. The TX-1000 is an awesome remote with great visibility and reception but I found it goes through batteries at a much faster pace than the TX-505, especially in the extremely cold temperatures I hunt in. I hope this helps.
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Old 05-11-2019, 01:11 AM
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My biggest issue of many with the CS24C has been the TX1000 remote. Simply put it has been very, very frustrating. Extremely short range, unreliable and eats batteries like mad.

I believe my previous caller had the TX500 and it was just as poor but can tell I would definitely not recommend the "upgrade" based on my experience.
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