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Hy-Gain V 2795DX
Topic Started: Sunday, 25. August 2013, 13:29 (1,749 Views)
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26 Charlie Tango 115

Maybe one for the Museum Pictures.

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[imgw=600]http://i1272.photobucket.com/albums/y386/martin_ward1/HygainV_zps79e245c0.jpg[/imgw]

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They say we're all individuals, we're all different...........well I'm not!

Interested in narrow boats/steam engines have a look at my Sons web site: www.tunneltug.org.uk

Ban the ZERO's on 555, lets get back to CB
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Sunday, 25. August 2013, 13:29
Maybe one for the Museum Pictures.

Click image for LARGE, original picture
[imgw=600]http://i1272.photobucket.com/albums/y386/martin_ward1/HygainV_zps79e245c0.jpg[/imgw]

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I briefly owned a HY gain V. i swapped it with my Atari 2600. My dad have me give it back due to the annoying beep. well i was only 17!
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Pigeon
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its looking good,ive had many of them many years back and loved them at the time.
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lovely clean looking rig there
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26 Charlie Tango 2548

I know its a old post but loved the hy gain very receptive radio but did suffer from bleed over if someone else was on your doorstep
NW london Calling
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26 Charlie Tango 2592

That is lovely, I'd love something in that condition, from that era.

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Monday, 2. October 2017, 16:22
That is lovely, I'd love something in that condition, from that era.

Hi Matt, take a look at this thread it is a great read.


http://charlietango.co.uk/topic/7885155/1/?x=25
26CT2727 & M6VBO
https://www.qrz.com/db/M6VBO
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26 Charlie Tango 2592

Fascinating. Really well done and lovely to see it finished.

The strange thing is, that back when I was on (about 85-94) nobody bought their radios new, very few people knew where to buy it even if they did want a new rig, "Truck king" was a mythical shop where some of my mates went on pilgrimages every now and then, but it was very rare anyone bought a new radio - So even though I remember these fondly, I never even saw one looking THAT new even back in the day!

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