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Date Posted by Category User IP

2012-05-04 (UTC)


HF Radios

Icom IC-756 Pro


Parting with my ICOM 756 Pro HF/6m rig. I have owned this for about 6 years, and it has never let me down. It was in my non-smoking home for that whole time, with the exception of one outing for the June VHF contest last summer. Since my QTH was CC&R restricted, the only antenna I used for HF was through an Icom AH-4 remote tuner, which always provided a decent load for the rig. Last year I added a 6m J-pole for VHF, and that was the only time I used the internal auto tuner.

Also, since my station was limited antenna-wise, most of the time was spent listening and not transmitting.

The rig is VERY clean, and the only noticeable mark is a chip in the coating on the main tuning knob. The plastic front bezel also has a scratch or two on the top left corner, but this is hardly a big deal, but worth mentioning.

I have the original box, power cord, HM-36 hand mic, owner's manual, and I think accessory cable. (will have to double-check that). I know pressing the VOICE button does read signal, mode and frequency - not sure if this was an option or included from the factory. As shown, the rig is currently set up at my new QTH, which is an apartment and not very convenient for HF work. So far I have only been listening... Email me for more photos.

I am asking $1200 for the rig and will include (double boxed) shipping and tracking info with the sale. Sorry, sale is for US buyers only. Those other than CONUS please email for shipping quote (can be expensive from PA). I accept PayPal and USPS money orders. Direct posts to this thread may get a delayed response, but any questions can be answered quickly at

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