More substantial construction than my others. Still features great
sound with full range audio, and I've been getting nothing but excellent
'ON AIR' audio reports ("Sounds just like you, Bob!").
It's such a great performer (and such a great deal) that I decided
to make it available to the ham community.
The noise canceling feature is simply amazing... I can have the scanner or AM radio on in the background and none of it goes out over the air!!!
Finally, a way to get rid of that "clothes-pin-on-your-nose" contest sound at a fraction of the cost of inferior "name brand" units!
The custom package is complete and ready to go. Headphones have an inline unit for adjusting receive volume and a switch to mute the mike. I include the right connectors for your radio.
Package shown below - for round or modular connectors
Icom radios IC - 706 (original, mkII, mkIIg), 718, 725, 726, 728, 729, 735, 736, 737, 738, 745, 746, 746 PRO, 751, 751A, 756, 756 PRO (I, II, III), 761, 765, 775, 781, 820, 821, 970, 7000, 7100, 7200, 7300, 7410, 7600, 7700, 7800.
Kenwood radios TS - 140, 430, 440, 450, 480, 570, 660, 670, 680, 690, 850, 870, 930, 940, 950, 990, 2000. Older Older Kenwood radios like T-599, TS120/130/180/520/530/820/830 are supported but need the battery box option - add $15 or I can invoice you.
Kenwood TS590 has problems when using bias supplied by the radio, please add $15 to your purchase for the battery box option .
Elecraft K2 and K3 (bias is assumed on your pin 6, advise if otherwise)
TEN-TEC Orion, Orion II, Argonaut, Jupiter, OMNI VI, OMNI VII, Paragon, Delta II, Corsair, Scout
Yaesu FT radios - 450, 817, 847, 857, 891, 897, 920, 991, 950, 2000, 2000D, 1000MP, 1000MP Mk V Field, FTDX5000 (NOT 101, 102, 736, 840, 890, 900, 901, 902, 990, FT1000 or FT1000D - those require a battery box at additional $15 cost).
Alinco DX70 and others
FLEX 3000, 5000 and others
Additional adapters to use on other radios are available at $25 each with a headset purchase
These are the adapters as they ship now, connector with red is Mic connector, other is PTT.
Headphones plug into your radio 'headphone' jack, not the adapter.
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