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Reviews Categories | Transmitters: Commercial/Military/Marine adaptable to ham use | Clansman uk rt321 VRC-321 Help

Reviews Summary for Clansman uk rt321 VRC-321
Clansman uk rt321 VRC-321 Reviews: 2 Average rating: 5.0/5 MSRP: $unknown
Description: British and Other HF military radio 1.6-30mhz
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NP3TY Rating: 5/5 Jan 18, 2013 16:26 Send this review to a friend
Great transceiver   Time owned: 6 to 12 months
i have this radio from 1 year i found this radio on ebay from UK seller. later buy the TURF UNIT the result is very well the reception compare very well with the icom 7200 .the icom have more features for combat noise like noise blanker dsp but the audio reports of VRC 321 exceeds for the classic mile the icom 7200 .the radio is heavy 25 kilos but the quality construction is fantastic
the antenna tuner mechanism is amazing is a differential T system and tune my 600 ohms thru ladder line in all band
i am not recommend the radio for surfing the hf freq ,but is very good for specific channel
I am M.A.R.S member the radio respond very good in MARS frequencies

73" sorry for my bad english

GD7JWR Rating: 5/5 May 24, 2009 21:03 Send this review to a friend
good solid radio  Time owned: more than 12 months
After first posting my first review i have had time to operate my vrc321 which as been modified to incorparate lower side band.
the set up i running is the high power version known as the vrc-322 which is the vcr321 with a clansman 300w linear added.
I mainly use the set on 80m a.m. but have used it on most bands and modes.
for general band scanning this is not really good set for but for set frequencies its great, the reciever is very good and i get very good reports back on my signal and audio even when i operate qrp at 40w.
the lower side band mod is well worth doing as it makes the set more usable on 160,80 and 40m.

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