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Flex 3000

Yaesu FT 2800M 2 Meter rig

MFJ Versa Tuner 111 9623

Amaritron AL 811 Amp


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. Making changes to many settings in the radio that would be

frustrating on an conventional radio, very easy. Flex Radios are ESSB ready out of the box. I run the TX filter at 3.8 wide witch renders smooth audio response. There are a couple other radios that are ESSB ready and many others can be modified to do so. Is Flex the {all and end all } in ham radio, I don't think so, but

unless I am very wealthy I would not be able to experience this level of performance that may be found in radios costing $10.000 and up.

I hope to move to the Flex 6500 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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