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Ranger RCI 69FFB4

Ranger RCI 69FFB4
Brand: Ranger
Product Code: R10-10016
Price: $799.99

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9 reviews   Rating: 5/5.
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       AM, FM, SSB 10 Meter Radio

  • Black Radio and Heat Sink
  • Volume, Squelch, Mic Gain, RF Gain
  • Fine/Corse Clarifier
  • Frequency Counter (6 Digit)
  • Power 200w AM, FM & CW - 400w SSB
  • Echo On/Off Switch (Internal echo adjustment included with tuning. It is set for a clean sound).
  • Variable Talk back Control
  • Variable RF Power Control
  • 10KHz switch
  • SWR Meter
  • NB/ANL
  • Roger Beep With Switch
  • PA
  • Mic, power cord and mounting accessories included with all radios.
  • 4 pin mic wiring



| 9 reviews
I forgot to mention on my last post that there is old out of it I'd say a 10 minute warm up on the radio so its stable as far as the free counter those but after that like I said before its awesome
| 9 reviews
I purchased one of these radios a few weeks ago and I love it I use the D 10 for mobile night set at six in the mic gain on the radio at about 1 o'clock and I'm loud as hell and the Skip is awesome
| 9 reviews
I purchase one of these radios a few weeks ago and I love it are you use the d104 Mobile microphone set at 6 and the mic gain on the radio at about 1 o'clock in this radio just as loud as hell and the Skip is awesome and skip is awesome
| 9 reviews
I decided to give my radio a 2nd try after reading some of the reviews above. I did change out my microphone and have tried different mic gain and RF gain settings. I have to say what a difference on the reports that I am getting now. I have had other drivers ask what radio I was using & then come back with "you have a keeper there" Thanks for posting some of your settings.
| 9 reviews
I bought one of these and man does it work great. The freq expansion was simple and the low power was tweaked to 10 watts dk and high was set to 100 watts swinging 460 watts. Tweaked AM modulation to 100%. No other adjustments to the PA where really needed. Draws almost 30 amps on AM and over 60 amps on SSB so use some serious guage power leads. The recieve was hot even though not really optimize for 11 meters none the less it was hot and noisey until the RF gain was turned to 12 o'clock or a little before and a nice external speaker is used. I'm using a 6" Jenson wall speaker and it sounds fantastic. You need a speaker that rolls off that hissy high end. All these simple checks where made after the radio burned in for 72 hours. Never noticed any real drifting on SSB like some have indicated, but mine is strictly used as a base station so is not susceptible to the environment. Can't say enough about the near 500 whiskeys on the output in basic stock form. Great radio.

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