Old & New Maestro price

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There would be a new Maestro model with a screen that would have higher resolution. The price of the new Maestro would be the same as the model being offered for sale. The price of the Maestro now is 1299 euros in Germany. 

73 Pat
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Patrick Moonen

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Posted 12 months ago

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Mike va3mw

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Hi Patrick

The old and new Maestro do have the same screen resolution.  There is no visual difference between the 2.

Mike va3mw
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Patrick Moonen

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Hi Mike,

Thanks for the info Mike.

Pat ON3CQ
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Tim - W4TME, Customer Experience Manager

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Technically the "new" Maestro is not a new model, as it has the same specs and price as the original version.
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Mike va3mw

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Technically -- Tim is correct ... LOL 
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KF4HR

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So... no new Maestro, and the Maestro price remains at $1199 US, correct?
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Chris DL5NAM

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Patrick Moonen

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Tnx for the link Chris.
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Merle Watts

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I received my Maestro 2 days ago. Works good. Only problem I have is they took out the charge cable for the battery. You nkw have to remove the battery and plug the battery into a wall wart. Kind of sucks. A 10000mah battery will last about 4 hrs.
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Tim - W4TME, Customer Experience Manager

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The charging cable option was removed on all Maestros because of potential fire hazard by charging Li batteries inside the unit.  Use a second battery bank for swapping out the discharged battery and charge the battery using the manufacturer's instructions. The Maestro display battery will keep the unit running long enough to swap the batteries without having to power down the unit.
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Yes.  There is only the Maestro we are shipping today.   Same price.  Same functionality.  :)