First Contact with an Icom IC-7610 at N8DXE by Tim Duffy, K3LR

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  1. K8KSU

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    Published on Dec 6, 2017

    Opening and making a QSO with the new ICOM IC-7610 from DX Engineering in Tallmadge Ohio to Grass Valley, California. Tim Duffy, K3LR using the IC-7610 talks with James Heath, W6LG on 20 meters. N8DXE is the DX Engineering Employees Radio Club call sign.


     
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  2. KA5ROW

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    Great Video Since you have shipped some out, others should follow suite.
     
  3. N7ZXP

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    What is the box to the left of the radio. its graft moves with your voice
     
  4. F6GNZ

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    Hope it will be in good shape during our forthcoming dxp to 9M0W . Thanks to the Sponsor!
     
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  5. KB8UUZ

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    That's the control head for the ACOM 2000 amplifier.
     
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  6. G7SSE

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    Looks like the control unit for an Acom 2000 amplifier.

    Great video BTW.

    7600 owner here with a 7610 on his "wish list"
     
  7. KB8OTK

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    Now that's " Living the Dream "
     
  8. N2SUB

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    After that I'll bet you need to unwind a bit.

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  9. K7JOE

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    It's silly-overpriced for what it turned out to be. No SO2R. Lets see it on CW... still a Clicky clacky relay for break-in? On a 4-grand radio they couldn't afford pin diodes?

    With the IC-7300 at just a kilo-buck, buying three of those (two to use as real SO2R and one on the shelf for a backup) seems to make a whole lot more economic sense....

    At $2999 it's a maybe ... and I fully expect the price will fall down to that range by Dayton / Xena '18.

    How many did you guys actually ship out on that busy first-day to fill the backlog of pre-orders?
     
    Last edited: Dec 8, 2017 at 12:21 AM
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  10. N4GKS

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    I noticed Icom doesn't use packing styrofoam anymore. Wonder why?
     

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