post #1 of Old 10-29-2009, 06:08 PM Thread Starter
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General Lee - General Lee 10 Meter

Basics: 10 Meter AM/FM Amateur Radio with 6 Bands of Operation, Illuminated S/RF Meter, receive/transmit indicator, factory talkback, echo, and high/low output
Controls: Volume, squelch, mike gain, RF gain, echo level & time controls.
Switches:On/Off, channel, band and mode PA/FM/AM selectors, NB/ANL on/off, RF PWR H/L, echo on/off, talkback on/off, +10KHz on/off.
Included Accessories: Stock mike, mike hanger clip, mounting bracket, side mounting screws, power cord, and owners manual.
Dimensions:W 8" x D 10" x T 2.5"

Out of Box power: 35watts

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post #2 of Old 10-29-2009, 06:14 PM Thread Starter
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You get what you pay for with these HAM radios. I went with this instead of a typical CB because the range and power is much greater than a CB. Standard CBs will only reach a few miles, and usually require line-of-sight with their targets. If travelling or wheeling in remote or less trafficed areas without cell coverage, this radio will get you back in touch with the outside world! Mounting is a bit of a challange because it is larger than most smaller "trail" CBs. I went with an overhead mount right next to my windsheild and it turned out great!!!
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post #3 of Old 03-30-2010, 06:07 PM
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Couldn't be happier with this machine, have owned several radios and this is by far the best yet!
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post #4 of Old 07-25-2012, 06:35 PM
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Very great radio. I have had it peaked and tuned, and added a power mic. This radio walks the dog and kicks the cat. When it was peaked and tuned, it was also converted to work on CB frequencies. I own the first edition radio, and would not give it up for the world, I am known to switch to a different radio at times, just because i like different things. Only thing i dislike about this radio, is that it does not have nightwatch (faceplate illumination)

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