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January 19, 2014

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RobRich

Spotted it earlier today, but thus far, I have not bothered bidding. Think I will pass on this one.

To anyone interested, take note the EKD500 is a double-conversion receiver with IF frequencies of 70.2MHz and 200KHz, assuming those are concerns.

I also suggest obtaining the exact model number to determine the factory filter configuration, assuming the stock filters are still installed. In terms of KHz per IF stage, the filters are probably either 8/6 or 5/3. I would prefer 5/3, but I often like weak signal work, so absolute audio quality is not a big concern for me. Naturally, YMMV.

RobRich

^Per last IF stage. ;) AM/SSB.

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