New Kenwood Radios: TH-D72 and TS-590S

Discussion in 'Amateur Radio News' started by W9MMS, May 7, 2010.

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  1. W9MMS

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  2. KI4KWR

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    Would love to see a picture of them. But that will come next weekend I hope.
     
  3. WX4O

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    New Kenwoods

    I'd love to get all the details and photos. This is apparently good news.
    Isn't the 590S a updated replacement for the TS-570?

    Wish they'd upgrade the 2000 too.
     
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  4. KD4QMY

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  5. KD5OM

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    Nice to see Kenwood still in HF

    It's nice to see Kenwood still in the HF Radio business. The new TS-590S doesn't look to far apart from the TS-2000, from the photo, physically speaking. I'd like to see a HF Field Radio from Kenwood. Something along the same line of the FT-897d.

    Jerry :)
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  6. W5TXR

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    I have never found a Kenwood that I liked!
    I owned a Kenwood ONCE!
    Read ARRL Testing / Specs on radios before you buy.
    Now it's all Yaesu and some Alinco for this ham. To each his own.
     
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  7. W5TXR

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    If you don't own an FT-897D, You would like it. It's a fine radio
    -Mark
     
  8. N2EIK

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    Funny, I feel the same way about Yaesu.
    Im a Kenwood guy.

    EOM



     
  9. N2EIK

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    IMHO, I think its a world apart from the 2000. Looks more like a K3.
    I also would like to see more of a high end new kenwood product.




     
  10. K7AGE

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    Follow my twitter feed next week for pictures.

    Randy
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