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Categories | Transceivers: VHF/UHF+ Amateur Hand-held | Radio Shack HTX-400 Help

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KC9SNB  Rating: 4/5 Feb 8, 2013 11:10  Send this review to a friend!
nice little radio  Time owned: more than 12 months
This is the 70 cm twin of the little radio Shack HTX-200. Both radios do everything you could want a radio to do; but in very small packages with 200 mw out. In the case of the HTX-400, you can set splits and tones, save favorite stations and repeaters in memory, and do all of this through a tiny unit that will easily fit on your shirt pocket. If you need more power, a watt and a half is available using a 6 volt power source. On top of everything else, these usually sell for $50 or less. If you are an old hand at 2 meter and want an in expensive way to get into 440, this is your radio. I have hit all the local 440 repeaters on mine, and never had a lick of trouble.  
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