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Flex 3000

Yaesu FT 2800M 2 Meter rig

MFJ Versa Tuner 111 9623

Amaritron AL 811 Amp

ART M TWO Studio mic.

Yamaha CM 500 headset.

EURORACK MX 602A 4 channel mixer connected to the 5 pin plug on the

back of the flex for line in.


The world of ham radio has really opened up for me since I purchased my Flex 3000 four years ago. I never thought it was possible to have this high of performance at this price. Thanks to SDR, it is possible to obtain.

I hope to move to the Flex 6500 or the new 6300 some day soon and take this great performance to a new level. A matter of fact, a new level for amature Radio.


3 element Crushcraft yagi. 10M, 15M, 20M

40,,80M Dipole, Shorty,, with 32f each side

Follow Bob Heil , K9EID and Leo Laporte, W6TWT on Hamnation on TWIT. Leo Laporte is now a ham, congrats Leo!


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