FLEX SAYS: "The FLEX-6300, FLEX-6500 and FLEX-6700 all have the option of receiving from the
XVTR port. The XVTR port is not recommended as a receive antenna port if an external preamp is used on its antenna. Transmission on the XVTR port could put up to +10 dBm of reverse power into the connected preamp."
Many people I know, including myself, use a variety of preamps as needed on their extensive receive antennas. My Hi-Z array has 8 preamps with one at each 24ft tall rx antenna and I have another two available inside the shack as well as the DXE preamp at the array center (over 800ft away). Isnt there a way to inhibit the TX side of that same bnc connector so up to +10dbm of power doesn't fry the preamps? I know I am ok with the 6700 as I have dedicated RX inputs but what about the users of a 6300? I sent my 6700 in for a tuneup so currently I cant open the GUI to check if indeed the Xvtr port can be inhibited from TX only. (and of course I cant remember) .