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Author Topic: ICOM IC-7300  (Read 278634 times)
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« Reply #750 on: December 04, 2017, 09:39:29 AM »

I think I might have gotten a dud.  I wasn't planning on purchasing a 7300 but they were cheap during the black Friday sales so I picked one up.  It seems I have to roll back the RF gain on almost every band or the OVF (overload) light is on.  Sometimes I have to roll back the RF gain so much it basically makes the S meter useless.  Maybe I am doing something wrong?  I bought this to replace my Yaesu FT-991 for our motorhome but I'm not so sure I will be getting rid of the Yaesu just yet.  The IC-7300 has some really nice features for the money but I couldn't imagine using this radio during field day or with several transmitters close by.

I have been through field day, and several contests and the IC7300 works very well, I have even used it while transmitting with my 756pro3 in the same room. 
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