[LARC-CQ] gear for sale

Matt - nj4y matt at nj4y.radio
Mon Apr 23 08:01:17 PDT 2018

I am the original owner of all of these items. If you are interested, or 
would like to see photos of the items, email me off list.

NA4RR 6-band hexbeam - $450

Purchased February 2016, installed Sept 2016-Sept 2017. Took down for 
Hurricane Irma, and has been in the garage ever since. All spreader arms 
painted matte black for UV protection, except one which I replaced due 
to a crack in the fiberglass. Includes 30’ of wireman RG-8 w/PL-259 on 
each end and NA4RR balun kit installed. No problems at all with the 
antenna, used it very successfully to finish DXCC and even work some 
good 6m openings for VUCC. Due to some remodeling I no longer have a 
place to install, so it needs a new home. Great antenna for a small 
yard, you get 6m, 10m, 12m, 15m, 17m, and 20m with an 11’ turning 
radius. Mast or tower mountable with a small rotor, only 5lb wind load.

Yaesu FT-DX1200 - $900

Purchased Summer 2016. Includes add-on FFT board ($189 purchased 
separately) for live waterfall display. Works perfectly, no cosmetic 
issues. Includes original power cable w/powerpoles installed, hand mic, 
db9 to USB adapter for cat control, and headset adapter for an electret 
microphone. I do not have the original box any longer. I love this rig, 
it is a great home station radio with front panel controls for most 
commonly used functions (keyer speed, filter adjustments etc.) Band 
stacking register via the faceplate keypad is great for DXing - I have 
often worked 3 or 4 dx pileups at the same time by switching back and 
forth using the band registers. Internal trimming tuner will match up to 
a 3:1 swr load. DSP filtering is adjustable for cw from 50hz-2.4khz, ssb 
from 1.8khz-4khz. No ringing on cw even with narrow filtering, works 
well for contesting. QSK relays are quiet, which is nice, again for cw. 
Wish I did not have to sell, but I am mostly limited to portable 
operating these days using my FT-857. Also have a boom mic with adapter 
cable for an additional $25.

Yaesu FT-70D Fusion HT - $180 w/SRH77 antenna

Dual band Fusion HT. Works great, just did not fit my needs for an HT. I 
have several others, find myself not using this one often so would like 
to see it go to someone that will use it.


- Matt nj4y

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