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Author Topic: Corsair 10 Watt AM Transmitter For Sale  (Read 1007 times)
Chris Lobdell
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« on: August 19, 2017, 2308 UTC »

My Channel Z Manufactured Corsair Transmitter is Up For Sale.
Works Fine, 10 Watts nominal, tuned for the 6925 kHz range. Made around 2000.
12 Volts, need to supply your own power supply or battery.
Contact me at crlobdell1@gmail.com if interested.
Looking for $150.00 plus 15.00 shipping anywhere in USA only.
Will throw in a 6925 crystal for free. Grin
- Chris Lobdell

SOLD!  9/15/17
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Receiver: Eton E1, JRC 525, NRD-545
Aerial: G5RV, 40 Meter Dipole
near Lowell Massachusetts - Gateway To The Merrimack Valley.
QSL to: crlobdell1@gmail.com
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