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Author Topic: How I Avoided The Icom 7300  (Read 10356 times)
VA3VF
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« Reply #60 on: September 10, 2018, 01:27:36 PM »

Well, stepping into the confessional sanctum, I now have an Icom 7300. I became tired of the software glitches. Cleaning up the cables was a bonus.

I think you are going to enjoy it very much, after some adjustments and learning. One is sometimes better off making an extra effort/sacrifice, and buying a more expensive piece of equipment.

I'm no Icom fanboy, and I don't blindly follow hams opinions on transceivers, but the IC-7300 is so widely used and praised, that it must have something good going for it.

I have one, and like it very much. I'm very down to earth, and not inclined to hyperboles. I won't ever say it's the best transceiver in the world, or in the history of amateur radio, but it does all I need, and well.
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