Be careful with that sub-receiver. As a for-instance, if you do not have a
filter installed in the sub-receiver 600-Hz BW position, are listening on cw
with the main receiver and do an A>B, your sub receiver audio will go away.
Press SUB, 2.4K (filter) as a check.
And the mix/st/mono switch under the top cover could be in the wrong
Or the RX MIX control could be full ccw.
Or the DUAL button could not be enabled.
All this in a properly operating radio.
The FT-1000D is a great radio but you do have to take some time to learn how
to use it.
de Paul, W8AEF
ZF2JI/ZF2TA FO8DX/FO8PLA 8Q7AA XZ0A VU7RG TX5C
----- Original Message -----
From: "John Ahlbom" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Wednesday, October 14, 2009 7:05 AM
Subject: [Yaesu] FT-1000 vs. FT-1000D
> To W8AEF, Paul, K5DL, Cecil, "Pat", SM6CPI, Kjell, K4FX, Bill,
> K6RB, Rob, N9WQ, Dave, thanks for your comments on FT-1000 vs.
> FT-1000D differences ! I agree, the FT-1000 / D series is a great radio,
> although I lost subreceiver audio on my FT-1000 and must ship it for
> rapair !
> 73, John OH5NZ
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