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Try using BLHeliSuite32 instead, since it is a BLHeli_32. I don't think BLHeli configurator works with 32 bit ESC:s, correct me if I'm wrong. If that does not work, try having Betaflight configurator open WITHOUT connecting. This has helped me sometimes. If it still does not work, you might need to connect to the ESC without using passthrough (if possible) ...


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The BLHeli_M Commutation Enhancement feature is intended to increase motor power response times by "overdriving" (my words, may not be the most appropriate analogy) the coils to charge/discharge them more quickly. Source: (rgroups.om) Commutation is a job to charge two of three coils, A B and C, sequentially. Enhancement is an attempt to make the ...


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I think prop wash is not entirely eliminable by tuning. If you have really good gear and tune you may be able to reduce it even further, but it will be there. When you are doing sharp turns, you are flying into your own turbulent air stream and the effectivity of your motors compared to each other changes unpredictably and rapidly. The flight controller ...


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No matter how quickly you slow down the propellers after an impact with the ground, much of the damage actually comes from the impact directly into the ground and the force from the mass of the quad, so the speed of the props shouldn’t make too much of a difference. If you mean the slowing down the props after it’s on the ground would save them, it may ...


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First, remove your props, plug your quad into the computer and plug in a battery. You then need to go into BLHeli Suite 32 and read your ESC setup. You will then have options to sync ESC music and you can upload your tones. A more detailed guide with lots of detail for each step can be found here: https://oscarliang.com/blheli-32-custom-startup-tone-music/...


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From what I can tell, this occurrence sounds like something causes the flight controller to reset after a second or so, triggering it to reconnect with the ESCs as it initializes itself again. The "du-du-du beep-beep" noises you point out are generated by the ESC (through the movement of the motors) to signify that they're receiving control inputs ...


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