Check this out. If it's right, I'll finance the deal for you.
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> 1. Re: Omni 6+ on it's way (Mike Brown)
> 2. Jupiter, Corsair For Sale (Ed Purvis)
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> Date: Tue, 6 Jun 2006 08:34:43 -0000
> From: "Mike Brown" <email@example.com>
> Subject: Re: [TenTec] Omni 6+ on it's way
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> A 570 compared to an Omni 6+? A definite apples/oranges comparison. And
> I've had both, so I think I'm qualified to judge. I just love these people
> who knock a radio they've never owned or operated. I you like phase noise,
> agc pumping when a signal gets close, the 570 is great. If you want a
> with a real receiver, with or without extra filters, I think the Omni 6
> is what you want. Don't forget to invite your 570 friend over so he can
> learn what a decent receiver sounds like.
> Mike, K9MI
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> Subject: [TenTec] Omni 6+ on it's way
>>I finally bit the bullet and bought an Omni 6+ , a radio I've long
>> from a list member. I've had one friend tell me I should get rid of it
>> not even here yet) and buy a TS 570 which he swears is the most
>> radio ever. He says I'll just be sending the Omni 6 back to Tennessee all
>> the time. Another guy told me he has a 6+ but likes his K2/100 better. I
>> have a K2/100 and like it fine but its tiny and I want a full size radio
>> replace my beloved Omni V. At this point I feel a little demoralized.
>> My questions to the list are: do I use a standard modem cable to
>> to my computer or do I need a null version? Also...I was thinking of
>> the roofing filter (600 hz) from Inrad. What is the opinion of those? I'm
>> primarily a CW guy and have gotten interested in contesting in the last
>> months. Also any tips or suggestions for other things I might do would be
>> much appreciated. Thanks!
>> Andy W1AWB
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> Date: Wed, 7 Jun 2006 08:30:52 -0700 (PDT)
> From: Ed Purvis <email@example.com>
> Subject: [TenTec] Jupiter, Corsair For Sale
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> I know I will regret this later, but just don't have much
> radio time.
> 1. Jupiter is near flawless in condition, has 302 remote,
> knob kit,
> manual, power cord, factory box, no tuner.
> 2. Original Corsair, very nice. Get better audio reports
> than with
> the Jupiter. Manual, power cord with breaker. Has two
> issues that do not affect operation, will explain in
> 3. 705 desk microphone available (extra $) with either
> 4. TT hand microphone, sounds OK, just a pain to use.
> Hoping to get $280 for the Corsair. Not sure of
> Jupiter price. May
> consider an OMNI V or later in trade.
> Ed Purvis
> Bradenton, Fl
> Ed Purvis WA4NJY
> Amateur radio since
> 1963, tube-type most
> of the time.
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