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Yaesu FT-991 tranceiver and Yaesu MD-100A8X microphone

Discussion in 'Amateur Radio Gear Swapshop' started by ButtFuzz, Sep 30, 2016.

  1. ButtFuzz

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    Leenyer not included.

    Yaesu FT-991 HF/50/VHF/UHF all-mode transceiver... Fusion Digital, too.
    Yaesu MD-100 A8X Dynamic Microphone.



    General Coverage Transmit (1.8 through 30 MHz continuous) modification has been performed on this rig.
    Latest firmware ("color waterfall") has also been installed on this rig.
    I will include the RT Systems Programming / Menu Programming Software and my Product key for same with purchase of this rig. "A whopping $20 value!" -- it does make programming this rig TONS easier, however.

    see
    http://www.yaesu.com/indexVS.cfm?cm...02&encProdID=D24F60F33816ED8BE5568D7E2B5E2131
    for full specs on rig.

    Both in very good / excellent shape with original packaging/boxes/manuals.

    $900 PayPal gift gets these delivered to your door.
    Contiguous 48 United States Only.

    Thanks!
    ButtFuzz
    N4REV
     
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    Nice radio with a great mic (y)
     
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  3. ButtFuzz

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    If you want to try the digital modes on HF, this rig is a no-brainer. There are no control cables, rigblaster, etc. to buy. All you need is one USB cable... there are two RS-232 UARTS (serial ports) and a sound card "inside" the radio. All you do is hook the USB cable between a windows PC and rig, and pretty much off you go.
     

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