The Yaesu FT-757GXII is an affordable HF transceiver covering 160 to 10 meters and has ten memories. The general coverage receiver tunes from 150 kHz to 30 MHz. Power is 100 watts in CW, SSB, FM and 25 watts AM. The FT-757GXII features IF Shift, IF Notch and Noise Blanker.
This model replaces the earlier FT-757GX.
30 years ago I owned a Yaesu 757gx. I loved that radio. I was studying for my ham ticket. I never could get the Morse code so I modified the rig to work on 11 meters. I lived in Washington, DC. a mile north of the White House in a seven story apartment building. The manager let me put up a tall antenna on the roof. With the 757gx I was able to talk all over our nation's capital. I loved the sound of SSB on 11 meters and I could talk all around the world when the conditions were right. The radio also had a general coverage receiver so I could listen to short wave stations. I sold my Yaesu 757gx to a friend at work who was a ham. I think he still has it. i wish I had never sold it. Now that there is no Morse code requirement I am again studying for my ham ticket and have been looking online to see if I could find a 757gx for sale. They have not made this rig in years but I see a number of them on eBay.. The build quality was so good I'm sure it would make an excellent classic ham radio today.
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