Kenwood TS-570D/SP-230 speaker/MC-60 Mic
I'm selling my Kenwood TS-570D, along with a SP-230 external speaker, and a MC-60 desktop mic. The radio rates an 8 out of 10, some scratches on the display (pictured) and a ding just above the display(also in picture). The performance of this radio has been outstanding. It belonged to a good friend who lives in Arizona. He sold it to me after upgrading. This was my first radio. It would make some other new ham a great first radio. I've talked all over the world with it. Mars/Cap mod has been done. The only reason I'm selling it is because I'm moving and need the money.
The radio comes with the stock mic, DC wires, and manual (if I can find it) and will be shipped in original box. One of the desktop mic plugs is screwed up and I've removed it. So it will need a new plug. The speaker was a hamfest purchase three years ago, and although it's not really a match for the radio. The audio is good. All the filters work. Nothing has been smoked in front of either by me or by anyone who has owned the equipment. I have nothing in my shack like that, and will never buy anything that's been abused that way.
I'm asking $600 for everything, plus shipping. I'd like to keep it all together.
I prefer payment by Paypal. I'll accept money orders. Shipping will take place when the money order becomes money in my hand. I can be reached at my call at gmail dot com. CONUS only please.
Last edited by N0WYO; 08-13-2012 at 03:42 AM.
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