> Ten-Tec Inc. Amateur Radio Sales wrote:
> > Our Omni-VI Plus owners are the most intelligent, demanding hams
> > around. You have to be a little outside the norm to understand
> > what the benefit of owning one of our rigs is in the first place.
> this means that when you have used the best of the rest, and have had
> enough of the best of the rest, you go and get a ten-tec ! as it is the
> best !
> Our total
> > service department time needed for those transceivers is one
> > lone technician, who services not only the Omni-VI, but the Omni-V,
> > Paragon, Paragon II, and our older obsolete handheld VHF rigs.
> and i can say with all honesty, that after dealing with the ten-tec
> service department (very few times i might add !) for the last ten
> years, that they have always been "johnny on the spot" always with an
> answer, always with a solution to any problems that i might have. And if
> i need parts, there at my doorstep in a few days ! but what is even
> neater, is that there "lone" tech, (Don Proutty) knows me by voice ! and
> i don't call very often ! he always seems to have the time just to chat
> a bit ! try that with the ja manufacture's ! the last time i tried to
> talk to a tech a knwd, i got laughed at !
> no offensive to the ja radios, they are very nice indeed, but after
> doing c.q.w.w. 98 phone as fs/k7zum last october with a ja radio,
> some how or another, next october when we go to st. martien again, i'am
> going to figure out how to take my omni 6 along !! just hope my 13 year
> old gets up to contest speed, as he might be the one to be carrying the
> omni in his baggage !
> vy 73...ken.....k7zum
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