The ICOM IC-751 is an advanced transceiver covering 160 to 10 meters. It features a high performance 100 kHz to 30 MHz general coverage receiver built in. Output is 10 to 100 watts SSB/CW/RTTY modes (10 to 40 watts AM). The IC-751 has sophisticated capabilities such as: dual digital VFOs, all-mode squelch, Notch, Passband Tuning, RIT/XIT, pre-amp and attenuator. You also get 32 memories. The two color flourescent digital display is easy to read. There is a multi-function meter. Serious CW operators will appreciate the full and semi break-in capability. The IC-751 has a high quality FL-44A 500 Hz SSB filter. The rear panel has an SO-239 antenna jack plus a receive only RCA phono jack. This radio comes with the HM-12 hand mic.
The IC-751 has a battery-backed BIOS-RAM. There is a special procedure to replace the battery. If the procedure is not followed the radio might not survive!
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Good solid HF radio for the money, especially with the internal power supply. Watch out for bad caps in the display board. You can find out on line how to replace them.