>Bottom line is both rigs have short comings, and Ten Tec is missing
>a very valuable nitche in the market by not upgrading the Scout to a
>transceiver that has NO plug-in modules and better frequency
>73 Walter Dufrain, AG5P Wright City, Missouri
Hi Walt and the group.
The niche you mention was formerly filled by the Delta II. I have one and
absolutely love it.
I wonder how many of us would buy a Delta III (Delta 2K?) if it came in at
about $1200 or so. I think a new xcvr positioned one or two notches above
the little entry level oriental rigs, having serious CW capabilities and
the ability to be controlled like a Pegasus might just be a winner.
How about a Pegasus with a remote front panel? I could see having the
usual controls plus several additional user configurable buttons (F-keys?)
and knobs that can be programmed for a particular user's application.
Comments? Ideas? Flames?
73 de Steve Weber, KD9BO
An infinite number of rednecks
in an infinite number of pickup trucks
firing an infinite number of shotguns
at an infinite number of road signs
would eventually produce all of Shakespeare's plays
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