The Kenwood TS990 vs Icom IC7800. One final. the Kenwood Is REALLY nice radio. It's just amusing that so many try to make the 7800 seem like its worthless now. It was intrepid when it was released and still is an amazing radio.
When the new firmware is released, it will again have the gadgets everyone else has and still be the complete package.
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TS990S Transceiver pdf manual download. Comparisons among Kenwood TS990S, Icom IC7300 and IC7610 by Rob Sherwood NC0B. Edited by Adam Farson VA7OJAB4OJ. January 6, 2018.
It was fun to use the TS990S for three years in many contests. It is a fine radio, but newer The IC7700 had the same behavior. There was no practical need to run DigiSel on 160, so I turned it off Mar 11, 2013 Kenwood ts 990 vs Icom ic7800 by IV3YER.
Kenwood ts 990 vs Icom ic7800 by IV3YER. Skip navigation Sign in. Search. IC7700 Review long version Duration: 1: 01: 31. Kenwood ts 990 vs Icom ic7800 by IV3YER Hi James, I picked up a new TS990 recently. I have owned an IC7700 and FTdx9000MP, both are very fine rigs.
The TS990 sounds in person just as good as those rigs. IMO, it's actually more versatile, because you can set up the audio to your preference using the built in 18 band EQ, only offered on Click the button below to add the KENWOOD TS990S HF 6 METER TRANSCEIVER 200W DUAL RECEIVE to your wish list. You Recently Viewed KENWOOD TS990S HF 6 METER TRANSCEIVER 200W DUAL RECEIVE QST Devoted entirely to Amateur Radio www. arrl. org February 2014 53 Technical by Mark Spencer, WA8SME Kenwood TS990S HF and 6 Meter Transceiver Kenwoods toptier transceiver is loaded with features.
Product Review www. kenwood. com KENWOOD TS990 A Kenwood suicide Looks to me like Kenwood decided to comite suicide! In a market divided between Yaesu and Icom as ham equipment producers, each one with a very defined design, feel and look, KENWOOD was a silent competitor.