Here are the radios I have in my current shack setup:
This is my main rig. It is loaded with all filters, the INRAD roofing filter, and the TCXO-4
option. I have this radio connected to a Yaesu FL-7000 amplifier, for 600-800w output.
A flagship rig from the 80’s. I have this rig connected to a FC-757AT auto-tuner, and a
Heathkit SB-200 amplifier. I also have a Timewave DSP 59 in the audio output for
filtering. This rig is loaded with all filters, and with the amp, I get about 500-600w output.
This is my favorite rig. This FT-102 is in excellent condition, and has been fully “Malcomized” by Malcom Eiselman, NC4L. He is the foremost authority worldwide on this radio, and when he goes through one, it is better than new. This is a complete station, with all accessories, and the rig is
loaded with all filters. I also have a Timewave DSP 59 filter on the audio output of the rig.
FT-101E, EE, EX
I have several of these rigs, and more than one of all of the accessories. My main 101E has
the CW filter, and is connected to a FL-2100B amplifier, giving me around 500-600w output.
I have an Autek Research QF-1A audio filter installed in the audio output for filtering.
I have a couple of these radios, and a full set of all accessories to go with them.
I have a couple of these radios, as well as a full set of all accessories to go with them.
I have two of these radios, as well as, a full set of accessories to go with them.
I have two of these rigs, as well as, a full set of accessories to go with them.
I have a bunch of VHF/UHF radios, as of now, the list includes a FT-227R, two FT-726R’s,
two FT-736R’s, two FT-8800R’s, a FT-3200DRM, a FT-480R & 680R with SC-1 dock,
a FT-230R, a FT-225RD, and a FT-625RD.
Two FRG-8800’s, three FRG-7700’s, two FRG-7000’s, three FRG-9600’s, three FRG-7’s
two FRG-100’s, and two VR-5000 Yaesu’s. These are connected to a Grove SP200
filtered speaker, and an Autek Research QF-1A audio filter. I also have a couple of
Realistic DX-160 shortwave receivers, and a Heathkit GR-64 shortwave receiver.