Why So Many ICOM 7300 radios For Sale?

Discussion in 'Ham Radio Discussions' started by WA3MOJ, Jul 9, 2019.

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  1. W4NNF

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    How many people in your local club own a 7300? More than a few, I'd suspect, and I'm pretty sure they would let you take it for a spin--and offer their experiences. That's how. :)
  2. KN6CLP

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    I could probably just as easily take one for a spin at a HRO, but until I am able to use one at my own location, hooked up to my own antenna, and able to use it for more than a few minutes, I'm still not going to be able to tell if I really like it. But I admit, I am more anal than most. ;)
  3. N8FVJ

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    Is your band noise a S4 or lower? I am about an S3 except 75 meters at night- about S6. Radio reported to work well with low band noise.
  4. W4NNF

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    Depends on the band and the time of day. It can be higher than that for sure.
  5. KH8AC

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    To be important you need a 7300. To be more important you need more than one. So..allot of them...
  6. W4NNF

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    Well alrighty then...guess we've heard the last word on this subject. :D

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