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cb4ever104 wrote: ↑
16 Dec 2017, 16:59
Bought one of these early 90s , Taiwan made Grant looking SUPERSTAR SS-36 thingies .
I don't see them come up very often . Front doesn't look in great condition . From a Google search it seems to have an EPT360014 in it , although being 93 I thought that it would have had an earlier board in it . Interesting to see that it doesn't have a COURSE control on the front . From the sticker on the top it looks as if the DIM and BRITE control the HI and LO band selection . Also has a PA jack on the back , but no control on the front . Bit of a rarity . No ? Anyway . Something else to take to strip down and play with
Oops. Not a 36 , but a Superstar GR. Has the same 360014B pcb though.
Paul aka "Sammy". (108) PY60 Old Paisley DX Group (RIP Rab Markie)
Ex GM0 , now EA5 .
Handle "Fortune Hunter" back in "the day"
Radios ....? Anything that says "TAIWAN R.O.C" on the back.
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Impulse buy... A boxed marko excalibur mk2 with side handles from eBay France which looks in particularly nice order and unusually is still running the original 80ch on each band !! Plan to keep it standard.
Unfortunately moved the recently purchased ts788dx to balance finances up !!
.... Icom IC7300 HF /6 mtr
Kenwood TR751e 2mtr ssb
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