In response to Andy.."the above statement is false"...
i dont have curved lane changes. My track is a custom two lane track. All my cars have issues when arc-pro is in analog mode...digital mode they simply do not run. I am not a fan of digital cars.
as I stated before:
I got the arc-pro because it was supposed to be the latest and greatest. I have not tested an arc-air but now I am hesitant to do so. As I have said before, the Arc-pro is not compatible at all with analog and vintage cars...all my cars have a high pitched hum which is intolerable (I gave over 100 cars..all scalextric). The cars also do not register laps consistently (they all have black ghides) and lastly the contrillers are "twitchy".
also..I have hooked up my old arc-one back to my track..works flawlessly..love it. Plus it has great response time between the controllers and cars and I can easily adjust the speed for the little ones. No humming and keeps track of laps acuraltely. Only negative is they are wired To base. This is an awesome product!! Especially for the collector.
I have returned the arc-pro back to Hornby America..
I am hoping Hornby AMerica does the right thing And credit my card..as I have returned the arc-pro over 4 weeks ago. Still have seen no credit on my card..:(
I am very hesitant to try the Arc-air. Don't want to go thru the same nightmare as I did with the arc-pro.