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Discussion in 'X-108' started by va7bz, Nov 4, 2019.

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    Greetings to the X-108 community from Canada's Left Coast,

    Recently purchased a mint-condition, used X-108 at the local swap meet and very much looking forward to digging into this most intriguing radio. Any advice and thoughts most welcome.

    73 de Mike [VA7BZ]
     
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    Radio is actually an X-108G
     
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    I live in Richmond, BC. You are prob not too far from me. I still own the X108G Outdoor Edition, bought new. But I haven't really used it much. Welcome to the forum. I am not here a lot b/c I haven't really actively used the radio, so I can't say I am an expert in it. We can certainly compare notes. I am looking forward to picking up the G90, which is in the US right now.
     
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    I live in Mission BC and bought one used recently. Sofar I used the X108G a few times to check into various nets with 10W. Seems to work just fine!
    I'll work on digital modes next.

    Frank
     

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