I believe that's about what those older rigs have been going for. It is a
pretty good deal, cause if you buy one anywhere else in used condition, you
may well have to spend money to have it gone through and any problems fixed.
Buying from Ten-Tec, that's already done for you.
What's a 'mike jack?'
----- Original Message -----
From: Steve Ellington <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Tuesday, August 31, 1999 11:25 AM
Subject: [TenTec] TT inflation
> Do I detect some inflation in older TT equipment or is it my imagination?
> Omni C's for $500, Tritons for $425. Wow. Maybe there's a market for
> rigs with single conversion receivers that put out 100 watts, are easy to
> operate and can be serviced by the average ham. Yes, rigs that have almost
> no noise, that can receive cw through horrid QRN, don't require little
> batteries to keep their memory and don't need reprograming when they go
> dead, QSK that doesn't click, audio with less than 2% distortion, no
> microprocessors that glitch up and require resetting, mike jacks with only
> 3 wires and PTOs that we can discuss which grease is best.
> Steve Ellington N4LQ
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