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Call Sign : 26-CT-4714 Posts : 13 Times Thanked : 0 Join date : 2022-12-04 QTH or Location : Ashford in Surrey (not kent) Equipment Used : In the late 80’s Harrier CBC + some midland gear
Subject: Mobile Rig Sun Dec 11, 2022 6:13 pm
Hi Guys I want to put a decent rig into my van, i was gonna use a CRT 6900 but I have limited space, what is there that is good but smaller?
Chickenfoot@1987 Major contributor
Call Sign : 26-CT-4029 Posts : 412 Times Thanked : 20 Join date : 2021-03-06 QTH or Location : London Equipment Used : CRT 9900,6900N,xenon. 3 element yagi,Sigma Eurocomm AmPro and other bits and pieces
Subject: Re: Mobile Rig Sun Dec 11, 2022 7:28 pm
Hello Drjerkll,I have a 6900 in the car and they are a bit on the big side.Good radio for the money but if space is limited what about its bigger brother the 9900,Far Superior radio to the 6900 and my 9900 is way smaller in comparison and puts out 70-80 watt PEP radio power on SSB. Not sure of the other radio’s available on the market today so can’t really comment. Good luck Tom. 26CT4029
Sharpshooter Major contributor
Call Sign : 163-CT-329 Posts : 357 Times Thanked : 11 Join date : 2022-04-05 QTH or Location : Flintshire Equipment Used : CRT SS 9900, CRT SS3900 and frequency counter, Ranger 2950DX, Manor Kestrel, tti 881n, Sirio 4000 Sirio gainmaster, sirio and firestick dipole antennas, CRT space U, Sirio SU375-480 PL antenna, UV5R's x2,
Subject: Re: Mobile Rig Sun Dec 11, 2022 9:43 pm
I bought the 9900 for it's size mobile and more power it's a cracking rig but more menu based than the 6900 . And more expensive. If you get one, or the Anytone 6666. Be aware that it gets very hot on full power in FM/AM during long or regular transmit.
So for instance, if only two of us are chatting, I'll turn the power to the lowest possible where I'm still heard whilst occasionally checking the heatsink.