I found this request (copied below) on another reflector and sent him a
note encouraging him to check out TenTec. He comments that there "are only
three main players these days" and I just couldn't let that slide by
without sticking in my $.02. Some of you may want to help spread the
TenTec gospel to a potential convert.
73 de KD9BO Steve
>Date: Tue, 28 Sep 1999 20:25:47 -0700
>From: Don Marshall <email@example.com>
>Subject: [ForSale-Swap] Need rig
>Reply-To: Don Marshall <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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>Coming back into ham radio after a 35 year absence. I love the
>boatanchors from my youth but I need a solid modern fixed base rig to do
>serious DX (my first love). I'll do HF phone and cw for the most part
>but I want to check out all the new modes available too. Choices seem
>to be rather limited compared to the "old days". It seems that are only
>three main players these days. I would like to keep it below $2,500.
>I'm open to advice, suggestions, offers, etc. What'd ya got?
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