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Reviews Categories | Antenna Tuners | DAIWA model CNA-1001 autotuner Help

Reviews Summary for DAIWA model CNA-1001 autotuner
DAIWA model CNA-1001 autotuner Reviews: 4 Average rating: 5.0/5 MSRP: $(missing—add MSRP)
Description: 3.5-28 mhz autotuner with cross needle meters and input for 2 antennas.
Product is in production.
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N2NBT Rating: 5/5 Sep 3, 2011 09:38 Send this review to a friend
Great 500W autotuner  Time owned: more than 12 months
Great Tuner, autotunes 10-80 meters and easily handles 500W from my Tentec Hercules amp. I just used it in the shack but it is powered by 12V so could work nicely for mobile work.

It just works, pick one up if you can find it.
G1OKW Rating: 5/5 Jun 21, 2007 13:12 Send this review to a friend
I use mine to tune a 1980 Trio TS180S via a Diamond CP6  Time owned: 6 to 12 months
When I ventured onto the HF bands in late 2006 the CP6 seemed ok, but the 20 mtr trap soon lost its tune and as users of said ae know an atu is needed for 80 mtrs. The quite badly typed user guide meant little to me and a friend brought along a top of the range Yaesu ATU to see if that would sort the problem. It just wouldn't sort 20 mtrs but once we played about with the Daiwa it brought the 20 mtr band down to 1:1. The same is true of the top end of 80 mtrs. The claim it is an automatic atu is a bit misleading, semi auto is more like it. I had a peek inside and the air spaced cappys that whiz round at incredibly slow speed (it takes 40 seconds per cycle) are so well made and spaced you would have to drop a slice of toast inside to upset the capacitors. At this point in the sun spot cycle am well pleased with the well out of date spec of all three bits of gear. Having said that I wouldn't part with any bit of my lineup for a "shack in a box" Solid 5/9 rag chews all over prove the point. Well done Daiwa,Trio and the Diamond engineers.
PE3HMP Rating: 5/5 Oct 8, 2004 23:12 Send this review to a friend
gpod tuner  Time owned: more than 12 months
Used it intill I bought a TS450SAT so no ectrernal tuner was needed, great tuner.
LA6KKA Rating: 5/5 May 19, 2004 14:26 Send this review to a friend
Time owned: 0 to 3 months
just purcased a used daiwa cna-1001 autotuner and i must say that it really was worth the price..
it is a old model-not the fastest autotuner i have used-but still compared to may of the others at the market this one is just great!
this one handles max 500 watts pep-and that is plenty enough for me..
the finish is in bursted aluminium front-the chassis plate is black painted.
i have tried the tuner at serval antennas and it tunes just great.
the motor inside is quite silent-and my model is perfect in the finish,so i am a lucky man that got this one.if you see one second hand-just buy it.
i use it together with a kenwood ts 830 line with a G5RV antenna.


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