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Flex 6300R

K1UO Larry
K1UO Larry Member ✭✭✭
edited December 2017 in New Ideas
I would think a Flex 6300 R Model would be perfect for the SWLers that are interested in a Top line RX only receiver.  Especially without the Ham Band band pass filters such as in the 6700R.   Hmmmm...  what a money making scheme...  I could buy oodles of 6300 radios and throw away the TX side components, pencil in an 'R' after the 6300 Logo and make a fortune!   I had a similar idea years ago when I found a gold nugget the size of a small house....  I broke it up into very small pieces and spread it out over the hillside out back...  started a Gold Rush and then opened up a Hot Dog stand!   Sorry...  just thinking out loud before the next release.


  • W9OY
    W9OY Member ✭✭
    edited December 2017
    Sounds like you've been to Colorado
  • Barry N1EU
    Barry N1EU Member ✭✭
    edited February 2017
    We need a 6300 R that can be added to a 6300 as a subreceiver, providing diversity reception.
  • K1UO Larry
    K1UO Larry Member ✭✭✭
    edited December 2016
    LOL  Hi Lee,  Nope...  Believe it or not this is my normal thinking process without the aid of external 'medications'.  Scary I know...  :-)

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