I had a Century 21, used it quite a bit, liked it a lot, but finally sold
it so that I could get either a Century 22 or an Argosy. The main reason
for this is that the Century 21 has a built-in 110-volt power supply. The
rig is not designed to be powered by an external 12-volt DC source. As I
recall, the major circuit components run at 12 or 5 volts, but the final PA
needs 18 volts.
I waited, found a great Argosy, and am very happy!
Good Luck es 73 - John, W4AU
At 12:47 PM 5/5/99 -0400, you wrote:
>well, I missed out on the chance for an Argosy do to financial reasons, but
>perhaps when I'm ready I'll find one, but in the mean time I would like
>I for one would like to know a bit about the Centry 21. I've heard of the
>rig, but know little.
>I currently have an Omni-V which I like very much..no I love that rig.
>ok, so for a secondary rig and no I dont' think an Omni-VI+ is possible yet
>or good for my application. I am intrested in a rig that is pretty compact
>for travel operations and that's the main feature. I am also a 99.999% cw
>op, but wouldn't mind having the talk ability for several reasons,
>good/excellent filtering, qrp is fine, but 50 watts or there about would be
>good in those special situations, and finally simple.
>Yup, like me something simple like my Omni-V.
>Ok so I'm considering the Scout as well.
>Thoughts are welcome and appreciated. Ay maybe I'll learn something about
>Ten-Tec gear in the process.
>tnx es 73 de Scott/n3byy
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