If you have the $$$ to buy a new Scout with several bands then you have the
money to but one of Ten tec's used but gauranteed Corsair IIs. The II is a
superb rig and would not cost that much more than the Scout with several
band modules but is a huge step above the Scout.
If $$$ is not a factor why are you considering the Scout??
Like Chris KB3A said, the Scout would not be the wisest choice for the
primary rig in a fixed station environment. If you are running mobile or
camping then sure get the Scout (actually I would use an Argosy 525
My 2 cents worth.
> From: Chris Robson <email@example.com>
> To: firstname.lastname@example.org
> Subject: Re: [TenTec] Advice
> Date: Saturday, November 29, 1997 12:20 PM
> At 09:06 AM 11/29/97 -0800, you wrote:
> >I have recently decided to get back on the air after an absence of
> >years. My last rig was a Ten Tec 540 that had a gorgeous receiver. I
> >listened to Icom and Kenwood rigs and have been less than pleased with
> >audio. Now I am down to the Omni VI plus and the Scout. My little
> >subdivision has CC&R's so I'll be limited to a vertical (probably a
> >Butternut or GAP). I am essentially a ragchewer who doesn't like
> >interference to chop up a great QSO. Any advice?
> >Jim Belt, WAOJIH
> I own both the Omni VI+ and a Scout, if you have the cash, definitely by
> the Omni VI+, you will be very pleased with the receive proformance(I
> I am), and a Scout is a great backup rig for the Omni. However if you
> strapped for funds, the Scout is alot of fun, has a great receiver and is
> no nosense rig that will serve you well. But the Scout has it querks,
> be prepared for some minor frustrations if your used to simple band
> changes.Also the Scout can be very sensitive to low voltage situations.
> The Omni is a treasure and in my opinion has the best all around usable
> functions of any top end rig on the market. The call is yours...
> 73, Chris KB3A
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