[amsat-bb] Re: IC-9100
morsesat at optonline.net
Fri Feb 25 13:28:11 PST 2011
It must come with a free small car...Hi, Hi. Icom will have a problem
selling it for even $2000. Once again,
The manufacturer's don't listen to the Ham crowd. Did anyone ask for this
radio? Maybe they donate $3000 to AMSAT for an HEO bird for every one sold?
What a fund raiser that would be. Oh well, we can wish and fun about it.
Let's hope Yaesu and Kenwood get a lesson here.
Dee, NB2F (Icom user)
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Sent: Friday, February 25, 2011 4:02 PM
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Subject: [amsat-bb] Re: IC-9100
The IC-9100 is far from being a bargain - one can find pristine IC-910's for
around $900, or $1500 with the 1.2 GHz module installed. In my case, I have
plenty of HF radios, so I just needed to add UHF and VHF. A TS-2000 goes
from $1600 to $2000 ...
On Feb 25, 2011, at 12:42 PM, Tony Langdon wrote:
> At 04:22 AM 2/26/2011, Dave Webb KB1PVH wrote:
>> HRO has the Icom 9100 on it's site now for the low low price of
> Ouch! Well, for that price, you can get 2 IC7000s and keep the
> change. I bought 2 IC7000s AND AH4 tuners for that price, and that's
> not taking into account local price differences.
> 73 de VK3JED / VK3IRL
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