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Reviews For: Icom IC-3210A

Category: Transceivers: VHF/UHF+ Amateur Base/Mobile (non hand-held)

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Review Summary For : Icom IC-3210A
Reviews: 4MSRP:
Dual-band 25W 2m-440 synthesized FM, one band at a time.
Product is not in production
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K7IN Rating: 2013-10-15
Rock Solid! Time Owned: more than 12 months.
I bought this radio that was in need of dial lights and a memory battery. Sent to MTS in WA for the work. This radio runs circles around my newer radios as far as receive sensitivity and clean audio. But, it REALLY shines by remaining quiet with local intermod is wreaking havoc on my other rigs.

I don't run this one mobile as I don't want to take a chance on losing it. This is definitely a keeper. It does very nicely in cross-band repeat mode as well but, tends to run a bit warm after an hour of high duty cycle use in cross-band mode.

If you come across one in good shape that has not been 'abused' or modified, buy it! They are usually a good bargain since they don't have 200 memories and are not considered 'wide band' you will be pleasantly surprised by it's sensitivity and great Icom audio.
KB9FIO Rating: 2011-01-10
good radio Time Owned: more than 12 months.
I bought this radio used in about 1991. Used it mobile for 10 years and since have had it mounted in the shack does not have a lot of memory but is very solid and reliable.
KENLETSON Rating: 2010-07-25
greatt Time Owned: 0 to 3 months.
I got mine off of ebay for little less than $150 which I thought was a good deal for a Dual Band after receiving radio and using it for a couple month. I wish all my rigs had the audio this unit has! Will only sell if I can get a nicer rig WITH SAME AUDIO. That would most lickley be a 2800h. Nice performing rig. A keeper.
N7TRZ Rating: 2008-04-15
dual band incarnation of the 228. Time Owned: more than 12 months.
A virtual twin to the venerable 228A/H, with the same multicolor display and layout, and using the same accessory boards. CTCSS encode standard, UT-40 board for CTCSS on receive. A natural partner for the owner of the old 32AT dualband handheld.

Helical resonator front end for quiet monitoring, sensitive receiver, intuitive controls and setup options. Classic excellent Icom audio.