Hi Tom (et al),
If you have a lot of guest ops, maybe you made a reasonable choice, although I
that there are still lots of "knobs" to find, remember where they are, and use
on the 2000.
For most single (non-guest) ops, the vast majority of functions are present on
panel of the K3; I mean, how often will one adjust the sidetone pitch or the cw
(which are on menus)?
Once you start contesting, it's all right there for you (K3) and not via a
menu. I think that if
one wants to twiddle too many dials during a contest, well, maybe they are more
than winning a contest. LOL (monoband entries possibly exempted, esp low
If you measure your logic again in, say, 3 years, the results may change
because by then, I
suspect that most contesters will be using the K3 (ie, no learning curve cuz
it's already the
radio they know).
How's that for a bold prediction?
de Doug KR2Q
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