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Galaxy DX48T 10 Meter CB

Submitted by on February 14, 2011 – 8:25 pm

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Up for sale is a used, Galaxy DX48T, 10 meter. Had 2 years- hardly used, in excellent working order. More features of the Hi Power Galaxy 10 Meter Radio DX-48T: 50 Watts Maximum Power Output - AM/FM Front Mic Jack A High Performance output circuit that uses two Toshiba 2SC2290 power transistors to generate 50 watts for AM and FM operation (No SSB operation) Chassis incorporates a solid aluminum finned rear section as a heatsink Additional heatsink on the bottom of the radio with an internal Micro cooling fan increases the radio height from 2.5 to 3 inches New "StarLite" faceplate is matte black with all lettering backlit in green and blue Main circuit board upgraded to the same board as the DX 2517 base radio Large, easy-to-read meter with 4 scales: "S" meter indicates up to 60dB over S9 Modulation percentage scale for use on AM Calibrated power scale SWR scale Automatic SWR circuit (No complicated calibration procedure required) LED lights red to warn of high SWR Variable power output control Echo with dual controls Talkback circuit with On/Off switch and volume control Green/Red LED indicator for Receive/Transmit NB/ANL circuit Receive gain control Features the DX-48T Hi Power Galaxy 10 Meter Radio Does Not have: (Some of the extras had to go to produce this powerhouse in a clean, simple package) No frequency counter No jack for accessory frequency counter No Roger Beep circuit No clarifier Three-position dimmer switch takes the place of a variable dimmer pot

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