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RF Limited Magnum 257. It is a no-nonsense, all-mode 10/11/12 M rig. You just can't beat it for under $200. UPDATE: Lightning made a mess of the innards of this beauty. RIP.

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Kenwood TM-271A. 2M/70CM  Mods:  Extended TX/RX, Cross-Band Repeat. My do-anything rig.  From portable to on-air monitoring, this TRC-205 rat-shack rig fits the bill.  Sounds great on the air, modifiable PLL and Controlled Carrier System.  Read about the CCS here:  http://www.cbtricks.com/radios/realistic/trc_205/graphics RM Italy KL-200P My venerable Simpson 260.  Still right on time after many, many years! Mectron ME-400. c.1977 This is a really neat radio with a BIG meter (for it's time anyway.)  One interesting tidbid that most folks don't know about this radio is that it is DIN sized.  This means it will easily fit in the dash instead of your AM/FM Radio This is typically marketed as a Palomar "Hornet".  It came in a few flavors.  This one has Variable Power, and a SSB "delay" switch.  Other upgrades include a beefy power cable and additional filtering.  Typical 4 X RM3 design, good for a realistic 35 wat My VOM:  The TPI Scope Plus 440.  I just love this thing. RF Limited Magnum 257.  It is a no-nonsense, all-mode 10/11/12 M rig.  You just can't beat it for under $200.  UPDATE:  Lightning made a mess of the innards of this beauty.  RIP. Kenwood TS-520SE.  Recently applied TLC.  Blue meter backlight. Well-shopworn Rat Shack Freq Counter.  Still going strong.  I typically use this with an HP-9060 O-scope probe attached. This is my daily driver. My De Forest MM200 Digital Multi-Meter.  Vintage, indeed!  It works as advertised. Custom Galaxy Uranus. Yaesu FT-5100 Dual-Bander.  I replaced the dead display lamps with blue LEDs.  Really freshened up the look, no? GE old "decade counter style" clock in my shack.  This thing is 30 years old and still works as new.  The little annoying neon light in the thing is still working, too... Realistic Pro-2051.  Not the greatest scanner ever, but it does tune down to 25 MHz AM.
  1. TB2CB
    TB2CB
    I have the same device named as Albrecht AE5800. Very nice rig.

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