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  1. #1
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    Default TYT TH-9000

    Saw this on Amazon. seems like a good price, although I am sure you could pick up a similar Icom or Kenwood for a few more bucks. If these are anything like the handhelds by the same company, their manuals are a little lacking. No reviews on Amazon yet, wonder if this says something about the radio. Couldn't find any measurements on the radio, but it looks pretty compact.
    Anyone have any thoughts?
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    I think you can get a Kenwood V-8000 for about 200 bucks...75 watt, known company......Cheep is ,,well CHEEP!!!!
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    Not too good a deal. U can score a Yaesu FT1900R at R&L or HRO for around $140.

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    HOLY MACKERAL!!!
    http://www.ebay.com/itm/Ham-Car-Radi...item27c1b04f49

    They want $261 from China for those things!!! What are they SMOKING????!!!!!
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    Probably some of that lead tainted crack.

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    Yeah but there's free shipping, free I tell you, FREE!!! You must buy one now. You have no choice, you must.
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    Gary

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    The TH-9000 is a 220 mhz radio,not a 2m rig. I don`t know what they call their 2m rig. My bad,looks like they have all three radios called the TH-9000! 2m 220,440. I checked their website. Oh well...
    Last edited by NO2A; 05-08-2012 at 10:38 PM. Reason: I was wrong!

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    Well, that's not all. Someone said the V8000 is a Kenwood. His bad! It is an Icom!
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