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This is a Uniden President model HR 2600 10 meter all mode transceiver. It's used and there are a few nicks and dings on the plastic faceplate, but overall the radio is in good, clean condition. It delivers 25W cw carrier into a 50 ohm dummy load. In the accompanying photo the power meter (not included) is set to the 100W scale.
It comes in the original box, which is pretty rough. The original hand mic is included and the power lead has been fitted with a powerpole connector.
Expect shipping to be around $25 in the U.S.
Inovonics 222 AM Preemphasis/Low Pass Audio Processor.
Clean and in very good condition overall. One spot on the front panel lost some paint when I removed the metallic tamper decal which a previous owner had over the "Output Level" and "Pos. Peaks" control ports.
Expect about $20 to ship in the U.S.
Sony CF-950S covers shortwave in three bands:
SW1 - 1.6 to 4 Mhz SW2 - 4 to 10 Mhz SW3 - 11.7 to 22 Mhz
Also medium wave and FM broadcast band. Includes a built-in cassette recorder, which is very clean, but I didn't test it.
The radio is clean and in overall good condition. Some minor issues to note: the frequency calibration of the sliding rule is off for the MW band (perhaps the others too?) , there is a slight bend in one section of the telescoping whip antenna, and the push button dial light is out.
Features analog signal strength meter, a BFO for receiving SSB and CW, band spread tuning on shortwave, DX/Local switch, audio in/out and cassette remote control ports, and external sw antenna connection with posts and spring loaded terminals.
It can run from voltage selectable AC (line cord included) or 4 "D" cells.
This radio is an estate find from an engineer that took good care of his stuff. I…
This is a very vintage 23 channel crystal controlled CB.
Untested. I have no idea if this works. It appears a previous owner replaced the power lead with a 1/4 inch trs Jack?!
This radio is for a Johnson collector or somebody that knows what they are getting.
Expect $20 shipping in the US.
Talking House model 4.6 AM transmitter. Tunes 520 to 1700 kHz. Attach supplied wire or use a coax fed antenna. Use the built in message recorder or the aux audio input for your choice of programming.
Includes the original box, power supply, and antenna wire.
Excellent, "like new" condition. Still has the plastic film over the LED display.
Expect shipping around $20 in the US.
Super compact LW-MW-SW with am/ssb, Airband, FM with RDS display.
Excellent condition (essentially brand new, used about 10 minutes), in the original box.
Takes 4 "AA" batteries.
Watch Todderbert's review for the full story: https://youtu.be/j3T_cheffC8
Shipping included to U.S.
Uniden Bearcat BC-9000XLT VHF/UHF desktop radio scanner covers 25 - 550 MHz and 760 - 1300 MHz in AM, FM, and Wide FM modes. This is NOT a trunking scanner.
Backlit LCD display with alpha numeric channel tagging. 500 memories in 20 banks. No computer control or programming.
This 25 year old radio works well and is in good condition with normal wear for its age. It spent it’s life on a local TV news assignment desk and other non-smoking environments.
Expect about $20 shipping in the US.
This crystal controlled weather radio from Radio Shack receives National Weather Service (NWS) broadcasts on 162.400 MHz, 162.475 MHz, and 162.55 MHz and runs on a single 9V battery.
The radio and antenna are in good condition and the battery compartment is clean. There are a few scratches and dents in the plastic enclosure from normal use over the years. It comes in its original box which is in fair condition with some dents and corner wear.
Catalog Number 121-151a
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