Yaesu Items For Sale:
Multi-Band HT, Speaker/Phone Patch, Communications
Speaker, Desk Microphones, DTMF Microphone, HT
accessories, and more
Yaesu VX-7 RS TriBand HT:
The Yaesu VX-7R is a triple band (6M, 2M & 440 MHz) HT
with extensive receive coverage, and leading-edge features.
The American version even transceives with 300 mW on the
220 band. Power output on 6 meters, 2 meters and 440 MHz
is 5/2.5/1/0.5 watts. It receives the AM and FM broadcast
bands, shortwave (AM), VHF and UHF TV audio, VHF Air and
public service frequencies. This model features a rugged
magnesium case with rubber bumpers and gaskets.
Only 2.5 x 4 x 1.2 inches.
24 hour clock
AM band and full SW to 30 MHz
European Tone Burst
True Dual Receive
ARTS-Automatic In-Range Transponder
Backlit Keypad & LCD
Internet Key for Access to WIRES™
This one works 100%, looks very nice and includes the
rubber duck with the 6 m extension, good battery, charger
and paper work for $275.
Yaesu YD-148 Dual Impedance Desk Microphone:
The Yaesu YD-148 is a very nice "gooseneck" type desk microphone.
It has both high and low impedances, which can be selected by a
switch. This means it can be used on some of the older rigs
requiring a high impedance mic, or with the more modern rigs
needing a low impedance mic.
This particular mic has had the mic element replaced with a
Heil HC-5 element, which is the "ragchew" element that Heil
designed for superior audio. These elements are no longer
available, but are worth $50 by itself.
This particular mic is in very nice condition. It works 100%.
At the present time, it has an 8 pin connector, wired for
Kenwood, on it, which of course can be changed. $85
Yaesu "Landliner" SP-101 P Speaker and Phone Patch:
This is a nice speaker that has a phone patch added
to it. Its styling matches the FT-101 line, but it looks
nice with most any rig. It has a VU meter on it, as well
as controls for both transmit and receive gain.
I realize many people do not use a phone patch much any
more, but even if you do not use the phone patch portion,
you still have an excellent speaker.
This particular unit works fine, and looks extremely nice
as well. It is in its original box.
With paper work for $90.
Realistic 21-549 A
This one is about 4 inches square but only about 2 inches
deep. It is rated for 5 watts, has an 8 ohm impedance, and
is listed as a 300 to 3000 Hz frequency response, making it
ideal for communications. 3.5 mm (1/8 inch) mono plug. It
is black in color, looks great, and sounds great. $18
Deluxe Desk Microphone:
This is a great looking and great performing low impedance
desk mic. It has a quality Shure 600 ohm cartridge in it
(the cartridge alone is over $40 new), with a very nice
black die case base and neck, with a chrome grill. It
looks somewhat like a Shure 444, but no plastic on this
one -- all metal!
This one has stripped and tinned ends on it, which means
any connector can easily be added.
This one looks like new, and works the same. It has a
long (approx 6 foot) cord. $70
Yaesu MH-36 E8J DTMF Touch Tone Hand Microphone:
This Microphone includes a 16 digit DTMF Touch Tone Pad,
as well as Up and Down switches, lock provisions, etc.
It has the 8 pin modular connector (like a computer network).
It is designed to be used with the FT-817, FT-857, FT-897,
This particular mic is in its original box, unused.
It even includes a mic holder. $50
Yaesu YM-31 hand microphone:
The Yaesu YM-31 is a hand mic with a round 6 pin
connector. Apparently it is either similar or the
same as the MH-25A6j (not the MH-25 with the 8 pin
connector). It is a 600 ohm impedance hand microphone,
and has a Monitor on-off switch on the back. It should
be compatible with any of the Yaesu rigs that uses the
round 6 pin connector. It looks very similar to the
This one works fine and looks extremely nice. $25
Low Pass TVI Filters:
A low pass TVI filter is added to the transmitter to reduce
harmonic interference. All have SO-239 connectors, and are
50 ohm filters.
The first two work on 6 meters as well as HF:
This filter may also be used on the low end of six meters,
as well as HF. It is good for 1000 W "average" below 30MHz,
and about 200 W up to 52 MHz. With paper work for $30.
Filter as above, which functions fine electrically, but
looks ugly. With paper work. $25
Bencher YA-1, high power, low pass TVI filter
If you need a heavy duty filter for the output of your amplifier,
this one is ideal. It will take full legal power plus, and has at
least 80 db signal attenuation at TV channel 2. This one works
great, and is in its original box.
Bencher currently sells these for about $90. Only $60.
As above, not in original box. $45
B & W FL-10/1500
This filter cuts off just above 10 meters, and handles 1500
Watts. It is the latest model B&W filter.In very nice condition,
it looks close to new. $40
Johnson 250-20 Low Pass Filter
This is a 52 ohm cylindrical low pass filter with a cut
off frequency of 45 MHz and 75 db of attenuation.
It is rated to take 1000 Watts of AM, or 5000 Watts
PEP SSB. With mounting bracket. $30
Para Dynamics PDC 1089
This filter is rated at a full Kilowatt, up to 30 MHz.
5 x 6 x 2 inch black box, instead of the more familiar long
enclosure. It looks like new. $25
HyGain BN-86 HF Antenna Balun:
The case of the BN-86 is constructed so that one can use
it to hang a dipole or inverted V, or a U-bolt can be added
to attach it to the boom of an HF beam antenna. The specs
say it is good for 3 to 30 MHz, and will handle 1500 watts.
It is a 1 to 1 balun.
This particular balun works fine, and looks fine.
It includes the paper work for $40.
Yaesu HT Accessory Items:
Belt Clip for Yaesu FT-207, with hardware. $8
Wrist Strap for Yaesu FT-209, and others $4
Rubber Duck antennas for your HT:
All are for 2 meters, are in good condition,
and are $10 each, unless stated otherwise.
BNC - Original from Kenwood TH-215, about 5 inches long
5/16 inch threaded, as used by Motorola and others
Stubby - 4 inches long
Type F connector - 6.5 inches long
PL-259 connector - 6.5 inches long
HyGain 275, still in original packaging
PL-259 connector - Stubby - 4.6 inches long
Centurion, still in original package
BNC Stubby for 440 MHz, 3 inches long
Surge Station and Noise Filter:
This unit is still in its Radio Shack (#61-2327) box, never
used. It says it is for a notebook computer, but it can be
used with anything. It has connections for a computer network
(LAN, RJ-45 connector), the AC power, and for phone lines
(RJ-11 connector), and provides noise filtering and surge
suppression on each. It even includes $25,000 insurance
against surges. Maximum power rating is 1875 Watts, or 15
amps. Noise filtering is listed at 40 db.
This unit is new, in its original box, with its original
paper work. $20
I also have many other accessories available such as many
different types of microphones, HTs, HF, VHF and UHF rigs, HF
and VHF/UHF antennas, and many miscellaneous accessories.
Just too many to list here. Please e-mail your requests.
Prices do not include shipping from Florida.
E-mail to W8EK@FLHam.net or W8EK@arrl.net
Voice Phone (352) 732-8400
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