Interesting thread on new radio. Sound like a Delta II update would be the
My question concerns the Delta II Digital Display. On an otherwise really good
radio this display is driving me crazy. The backlighting doesn't seem very
bright and I can't seem to find a way to front light the display to see it. I
understand from TT that the display is not available as a replacement and that
the backlight has a finite life span. Has anyone played with improving the
display or any suggestions for lighting it?
> Omni 6 + rx in a Delta II case. And bring back the Omni V audio filter.
> To be more realistic for a $1200-$1400 range, the Delta II was close. Need a
> somewhat better rx with built-in dsp, an Omni 6 computer interface. A
> built-in tuner would be nice (like the 570D). The bottom line for me would
> be features very similar to the 570D, but built by Ten Tec.
> Jim W4KY
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Eric N Boe <email@example.com>
> To: TenTec@contesting.com <TenTec@contesting.com>
> Date: Sunday, September 13, 1998 9:50 PM
> Subject: [TenTec] The $1200-1400 TenTec - What features would you want and
> >To the group:
> >I saw a mention in a post for the desire for a TenTec rig between the
> >Scout & Omni VI+. I thought this would make an interesting thread. What
> >I am asking the group to do is to summarize what features they would see
> >included in an imaginary TenTec rig in the $1200 to $1400 range. The
> >competition would include the 706, DX70 & DX77, FT100, TS570D, FT920, and
> >so on.
> >The rules are simple. Just post to the group a features list for the
> >pretend rig. Include any narrative that explains why you chose those
> >features TenTec is famous for, features TenTec hasn't included in the
> >past, and why you left out certain items in the current top rig, the Omni
> >Why bother to reply? Well, TenTec has certain strengths over the
> >competition, and it will be interesting to see which of those strengths
> >show up as being more important in this day of ever-increasing
> >computer-oriented features. In addition, it should be fun to compare the
> >features list with past rigs. The ideal mid-range rig may already exist.
> > Lastly, it should be just plain fun.
> >73's - Eric (K0AVW)
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