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Date Posted by Category User IP

2013-10-11 (UTC)

AH6LE

HF Amplifiers

98.125.158.191

Heathkit SB200

I converted this to 6 meters only operation (dedicated tank circuit) 10 years ago but it's gotten very little use. I have all the original parts to put it back to 80 -10 meter operation and those go with it. I have installed the Harbach replacement PS board, have the Harbach soft key and soft start boards but they haven't been installed yet. However, I did my own soft key circuit with an internal 12 volt power supply so the amplifier can be keyed by any modern radio with no problem.

Tubes are Taylors and have low hours (but can't tell you exactly how many are used). I also have a replacement front panel (black) that hasn't been installed, as you can see the front panel is kinda blemished but the amp is electrically 100% solid and hasn't been abused.

If you're wondering why I'm selling it? I've gone all solid state (http://www.ah6le.net/index.php/vhf-s...tate-kilowatts) and this amp is surplus to my needs.

$350 takes it all - and you pay actual shipping

Ken, AH6LE

AMP HAS BEEN SOLD!

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