Yaesu 2 m Transceiver, TenTec Desk Mic
(also fits Yaesu), Filters, Power Supply
and more For Sale:
Yaesu FT-1802 M, 2 m Transceiver:
The FT-1802 M features outstanding audio on
both transmit and receive. It has strong receiver
performance, covering 136 to 174 MHz, and
boasts 221 memories. There is also a 10 channel
NOAA weather bank. CTCSS and DCS Encoder
and Decoder circuits. It even has a unique CW
trainer to practice Morse Code, all in a rugged
die cast chassis.
The supplied MH-48A6J DTMF hand mic includes
four programmable keys.
8 Memory Banks
50/25/10/5 Watts Output
APO - Automatic Power-Off
ARS - Automatic Repeater Shift
Busy Channel Lock-Out
Backlit DTMF Mic
This particular unit works 100% and looks like
new. In fact it is still in its original box, with
all its "stuff". I was told it had been won
at a hamfest, and never used.
With mic, mobile bracket, power cord, other misc.
and manual in original box for $125
TenTec 708 A Desk Microphone:
Note that this microphone also fits Yaesu and
plugs into Yaesu rigs, and needs no modifications.
The 708 A deluxe base microphone is an Omni-
directional dynamic microphones designed for
use as a communications station microphone
for Amateur Radio and other transmitting
applications. It has a round 8 pin connector
and can be used without modification for
many Yaesu Transceivers in addition to
The unit consists of a metal die-cast base with
3 position PTT switch, flexible metal goose neck,
dynamic microphone element and ball-type
element housing. It has tailored frequency
response from 30 Hz to 12 kHz designed for
excellent transmit audio in SSB, AM, and FM
This one one looks like new. No defects of
any sort. Electrically, it works as it should.
With paper work for only $90.
Collins Mechanical Filters for Yaesu:
Both of these Collins Mechanical filters
also have Yaesu numbers and were designed
to be used in Yaesu Transceivers. Please
check you manual to see if they fit your rig.
Both are designed for the 455 KHz IF.
If your Yaesu rig uses 455 KHz filters,
these probably fit.
Most of you may know that Collins no longer
makes mechanical filters.
Both of these work as they should, and look like new.
Yaesu XF-119 SN (XF-122 SN)
2300 Hz, designed for narrow SSB
Yaesu XF-115 CN (XF-122 CN)
300 Hz for narrow CW or digital
Note these are also known as XF-122.
Buy both of the above for $250.
Yaesu FP-707, 20 Amp Power Supply:
The Yaesu FP-707 power supply is designed
to match the FT-707 transceiver, but will also
match the FT-747 and 757 series transceivers,
or any HF transceiver that uses a 4 pin Cinch-
Although it has the 4 pin connector, it also
has a set of binding posts on the back, so
it can be used with any rig requiring up to
This is a linear power supply, so no switching
It also has a built in speaker.
This one works great. It looks really
terrific, especially considering its age.
With paper work for only $100.
Yaesu Hand Microphones:
Yaesu MH-48 DTMF Hand Microphone
For Yaesu FT-7800R/7900R/1807M/1802M/1900
Has 16 digit DTMF TouchTone pad, plus 4 extra
programmable buttons, plus Up/Down and PTT.
Also had backlight with switch.
Real Yaesu and not Chinese clone.
It works fine and appears to be unused. $40
Yaesu MH-67 A8J
Standard hand held microphone, with a modular
connector on it.
It works fine and looks great. $30
I also have many other accessories available such as many
different types of microphones, HTs, VHF and UHF rigs, HF
and VHF/UHF antennas, connectors, 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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