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Date Posted by Category User IP

2016-08-21 (UTC)

N6HE

Misc

ip72-203-88-115.oc.oc.cox.net

Super Combo II Voice/CW Keyer

PRICE REDUCED! Super Combo Keyer II *** CW and VOICE MEMORY KEYER *** The shack clean-up continues....I have a Super Combo Keyer II sold by Array Solutions in 2003 for sale. It was one of the first units to include a CW keyer (four banks of six memories), Voice "keyer" (six voice memories), and could be used for SO2R operation, as well. Interconnection to radios and computer is by 3 COM port DB-9 connectors and one LPT connector (I know, I know....). So don't worry about all that other stuff - just look at this as a combination CW Memory Keyer which keys the rig through your rig's CW jack and a Voice Keyer which goes through your rig's mic connection. Voice keying is simple and the voice keyer uses your station mic and the memories and mic go on the same "straight through" audio path so your on-the-air voice quality is the same as what's played from the message recording. Some memory keyers don't do this. A cable from the unit to the radio is configured for a T-T Orion I had my eyes on at the time (never happened - I ended up with a T-T Omni VII instead)(4-pin mic connector), and, depending on your radio, would need to be re-configured to you radio's mic connection (only four wires). This unit is a basic CW Keyer (looks like an Idiom Press K-3, which I own and really like) and Voice Keyer and it does those two things very well. As far as the other features - it does what it's supposed to do, but there are better ways to do them these days. I paid $400 for it (and extra for the cable) in December of 2003. Well known manufacturers of ham equipment sell a voice keyer for $119.95 and a similarly-featured CW keyer for $149.95. I'm asking $50 for my unit (price just reduced from $100)(+ about $15 shipping CONUS from Southern CA). Package includes the SCK II, cable as described above, instruction manual, and my notes as I had it hooked to my T-T Omni VII, used as a CW Memory Keyer. While I never used the Voice Keyer function on the air (I'm mostly a CW guy), I've tested it and it works fine. You plug your mic into the unit, and the unit into your radio's mic connection. There's a separate audio level control for the Voice Keyer. Non-smoking environment. Excellent condition. Requires +12VDC, P/S not included. If interested, send me a message at rayday///at///cox///dot///net. 73, Ray N6HE

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