“The Shack-in-a-Box HF/VHF/UHF All-in-One Shack-in-a-Box provides coverage from 160 meters through 70 centimeters in an easy-to-carry Gator Pro 4 Rack Unit Shallow Roto Molded Case. It makes a nice addition to your ham shack and is easy to deploy in the field, as well.
Icom’s IC-7300 and ID-4100A transceivers sit side-by-side on the bottom shelf while an LDG AT-100ProII autotuner and two IC-35 speakers are mounted to the top shelf. The rear of the go box features a 1 rack unit panel that provides two HF antenna connections, a VHF/UHF antenna connection, Anderson PowerPole power input, and a common ground point. We also include a six foot Tripp Lite RF-Shielded USB cable so you can easily connect your IC-7300 to your computer.
Price – $3,299.00
Plus Shipping and Handling
Please contact us to inquire about how to order.”
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