My (and everyone else's) experience with the IC-211 was enough to cure me of
ever wanting another ICOM. W8KX
>Interesting comment from an ICOM owner, eh?
>My own experiances with ICOM have been not too good over the years.
>When they work, they work well. When they "break", notice I said "when"
>not "if", when they malfunction then it's an expensive
>proposition to get them fixed. I have had three ICOM rigs. And, all
>Admittantly, most ICOM owners seem to be satisfied with their rigs.
>Perhaps I "lucked-out" and had purchased 3 brand new "lemons"? Who
>For the last 20 years or so, I have possesed several Yeasu rigs.
>Virtually none of them malfunctioned, and I never felt any need to have
>them electronically modified.
>My 1000 MP is nearing one year old, so far so good. I love it as it is;
>it functions well as is expected.
>73. --John, K8JS
>On Mon, 18 May 1998 13:50:31 EDT DJ2001 <DJ2001@aol.com> writes:
>>Buy an Icom, the MP's have to be "mod'ed" all the time and they always
>>have new "bugs" and problems. If I were you I wouldent buy one (MP),
>>especally a used one because of all the mods and dinking around that
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