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Got one for the home base and one for the mobile about a year and a half ago. Both work very well and always get good signal reports. I transmit very clean signals into them on both AM and SSB, and the signals coming out of the DX350s are just a clean. I run the home base DX350 upside down so the heat sink is pointing up to pull heat away quicker since I hit that one much harder with the base radio. I use a 50A linear power supply to run the base amp and it pulls about 30A peak which is also about full meter deflection on the built in meter on the amp.
I liked it so much i bought another one for the mobile!
Herb Lindsey |
I owned a Texas Star 350 as my first amp. I got many compliments about the way my mobile sounded nice and strong with a big signal. I ran it with a Ranger 2950 and it performed flawlessly. I went on to eventually own a 16 pill Joker amp but I always remember my Little Texas Star.
Ron. 426 Big Red |
Hello everyone. Texas star is the king of cb radio amplifiers. Texas star has been around for over 30 years. You cannot go wrong. Very good quality.
I have been using the 350HD for about a year as a base amp & it has performed very well.I get 300 watts which is more than enough without turning up the voltage or over driving the amplifier.It was FREE so I have gotten my monies worth out of it.Thinking of trying it in my mobile & see how it will work on 10 meters.I can't find any information about if it will work on 10 meters so I'll do my own testing & then I'll know 1st hand.Mine has a broken meter & it was that way when I got it but the meter is not needed anyway.