That is absolutely right. When I first got my 1000D, I thought the sub-RX
was gone because I had the 500 Hz filter selected. You can get a 600 Hz
filter for the sub-RX, but since I have two FT-1000s set up for SO2R, I
rarely use the sub-RX.
> Be careful with that sub-receiver. As a for-instance, if you do not have
> filter installed in the sub-receiver 600-Hz BW position, are listening on
> with the main receiver and do an A>B, your sub receiver audio will go
> 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
> to use it.
> de Paul, W8AEF
> ZF2JI/ZF2TA FO8DX/FO8PLA 8Q7AA XZ0A VU7RG TX5C
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "John Ahlbom" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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> 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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