I bought new in 1998 and has never lch even in places quite "scrambled".
It's getting old but as long as it will work, it will remain on my belt!
A single frequencies.
Rather massive transmitter with one button, small enough not to dplacer involuntarily, but that comes easily find even in the dark.
An LED on the transmitter. It is a flash power up, and do not turn back if the battery fatigue.
SETTING THE A gain on the transmitter.
The battery compartment is not empty (you really have to fight to get her out), which is why I would put that 9 / 10
No antenna, cable is the instrument that does this.
The Receivers food is supplied by a transformer and is strangely connected to Receivers by mini Jack (APRS everything went well, and it is not at all fawn 9V)
It possde a volume SETTING THE wisely placed the rear (soon to drglages transport ...)
At the front: Two antennas that must take care (yes it is fragile ...) and three LEDs: A to indicate power on, and two channels rception. Note that to turn it on, you press the panel the location where it is described "power", and I prfr an inter worthy of the name. To beginners, I had time to look for a place touver pile o press, now I am used to. But as I AIM snaps power alone, or a real button.
And still ahead: The base Jack female by 6.35 o reu out the signal ...
It works just as well despite his great age. As far as I can go live, the signal is not cut. The sound is somewhat ALTR nickel and trs.
The only problem: ALWAYS turn the transmitter before Receivers! Indeed, with the number of parasites that captures today, the Receivers can send a pink noise espce trs violent in the amp. Once the transmitter is lit its signal overrides the parasites, but need to know ...
A good HF, j'espre it will for a long time and that TNT is not going to make me a pice of muse Makeover
Edit the July 24, 2009: It still works ... I could test it in rooms trs large, zero dcrochage. But too far from the scne, Obviously, the sound happens DCAL. One day I monitor the Ear!