Small Size


Adam Farson
 

Hi Mark,

If you have a link to the manual, could you do us a big favour and post it?
I shall add it to my IC-7000 page,

Cheers for now, 73,
Adam VA7OJ/AB4OJ

-----Original Message-----
From: Mike Perryman [mailto:jmperrym@cmdconsulting.com]
Sent: 16 February 2005 09:41
To: ic7000@yahoogroups.com
Subject: RE: [ic7000] Small Size


Mark,
Can you share the link to the manual? I am very interested in taking a
closer look.

Thanks,
Mike

-----Original Message-----
From: Mark - AA6DX [mailto:aa6dx@arrl.net]
Sent: Wednesday, February 16, 2005 12:21 PM
To: IC-7000 Group
Subject: [ic7000] Small Size



Hi all .. wow, what a busy group for its age! HIHI ... you know, I love the
looks of what I've seen in the pix .. I downloaded the manual, etc ... my
problem is age is taking its toll on my eyes, an I can just picture going
down the road trying to take advantage of the mini screen on the 7ØØØ ----
and if it's there, I want to use it .. HIHI This would be a great time for
someone (not me!) to jump in and manufacture a great accessory, a plug-in
flat BIG SCREEN (12VDC) monitor that replicates (?) the face of the rig ..
.. something one could Velcro to the dash, etc..... an entrepreneur could
make a killing!
I have been using (by choice) my MKIIG as a home station for the last few
months just to really learn to run it, which is hard to do while mobile. I
have been very impressed with its capabilities during contests, etc...
Right after I get my new PROIII in a couple months, I will start a piggy
bank for a 7ØØØ if it pans out.
73, and Howdy! to all -- Mark, AA6DX Eureka, FAR NORTHERN
CALIFORNIA


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Mike Perryman <jmperrym@...>
 

Mark,
Can you share the link to the manual? I am very interested in taking a
closer look.

Thanks,
Mike

-----Original Message-----
From: Mark - AA6DX [mailto:aa6dx@arrl.net]
Sent: Wednesday, February 16, 2005 12:21 PM
To: IC-7000 Group
Subject: [ic7000] Small Size



Hi all .. wow, what a busy group for its age! HIHI ... you know, I love the
looks of what I've seen in the pix .. I downloaded the manual, etc ... my
problem is age is taking its toll on my eyes, an I can just picture going
down the road trying to take advantage of the mini screen on the 7��� ----
and if it's there, I want to use it .. HIHI This would be a great time for
someone (not me!) to jump in and manufacture a great accessory, a plug-in
flat BIG SCREEN (12VDC) monitor that replicates (?) the face of the rig ..
.. something one could Velcro to the dash, etc..... an entrepreneur could
make a killing!
I have been using (by choice) my MKIIG as a home station for the last few
months just to really learn to run it, which is hard to do while mobile. I
have been very impressed with its capabilities during contests, etc...
Right after I get my new PROIII in a couple months, I will start a piggy
bank for a 7��� if it pans out.
73, and Howdy! to all -- Mark, AA6DX Eureka, FAR NORTHERN
CALIFORNIA







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Mark - AA6DX
 

Hi all .. wow, what a busy group for its age! HIHI ... you know, I love the looks of what I've seen in the pix .. I downloaded the manual, etc ... my problem is age is taking its toll on my eyes, an I can just picture going down the road trying to take advantage of the mini screen on the 7ØØØ ---- and if it's there, I want to use it .. HIHI This would be a great time for someone (not me!) to jump in and manufacture a great accessory, a plug-in flat BIG SCREEN (12VDC) monitor that replicates (?) the face of the rig .. .. something one could Velcro to the dash, etc..... an entrepreneur could make a killing!
I have been using (by choice) my MKIIG as a home station for the last few months just to really learn to run it, which is hard to do while mobile. I have been very impressed with its capabilities during contests, etc... Right after I get my new PROIII in a couple months, I will start a piggy bank for a 7ØØØ if it pans out.
73, and Howdy! to all -- Mark, AA6DX Eureka, FAR NORTHERN CALIFORNIA


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