*These units are for industrial, scientific, medical, or export use only. It is a violation of US FCC regulations to operate these units on the Citizens Band or Amateur Radio Services in the United States. Please check regulations in your country before operating these unit.
Paul Chapman |
Excellent amp. I have had it a few months and it has performed beyond expectations. I have bought alot of products from Copper and have always had a great customer service.
Jeff Peacock |
I have had a hard time with the dail a watt.The factory replaced it so easly free of charge,fast.
There built well, without being a static box for the toasters in our,your town.
Remember to ground it very well...
Road Hog |
I have had my 500V a couple of weeks now. I drive it with my radio set at 30 watts. The amp swings about 500 watts. I love my TX Star. I'm going to buy another one and use on my base station at home.
Nice AMP,run it with my old Cobra 2000GTL with a power supply,have no issues. Also use it with my oldie but a goodie,my HR 2510,I keep both radio's at a low 4 to 10 watt input and get a good 300 to 400 watt output,with using a D104 lollipop base power mike,helps get a little extra modulation swing. Amp gets you out in the radio world pretty dam good,love the AMP....THANKS COPPERS. Love you guys,great job.........
Great amp! Even with the lesser quality DEI pills I've seen over 700 watts out of mine with a modest 100 watt swing into it on 14.5v. Wouldn't push the DEI's much more but another good one from Texas Star. I also have 2 DX250V Killer Bee amps with many years and miles on them and still going strong.