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el chapo rado kit,any good?

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m3vuv:
hi all,ive just seen this,are they any good?
https://www.aliexpress.com/item/1005001979403488.html?spm=a2g0o.productlist.0.0.4c7735c65josFy&algo_pvid=36feaaf6-e667-4a2b-8738-8ccfb7086958&algo_exp_id=36feaaf6-e667-4a2b-8738-8ccfb7086958-27&pdp_ext_f=%7B%22sku_id%22%3A%2212000018298432727%22%7D&pdp_pi=-1%3B27.84%3B-1%3B-1%40salePrice%3BUSD%3Bsearch-mainSearch
tia.

bob91343:
I recently bought something similar but fully assembled for about half that price.

Having said that, this appears to have some better features than mine.  If I wanted a nice receiver, I would buy a used ham transceiver at a swap meet.  Maybe spend more but get a much better radio.

What do you want to use it for?

m3vuv:
just to listen to a local net on 80m lsb in the mornngs

bob91343:
Mine won't do that, as it has no BFO and the tuning increments are 5 kHz.

You would do well to pick up an old tube receiver at a swap meet.

m3vuv:
the one i mentiones has a bfo,ive just ordered it,at the present my main radio is a ex mil prc 320 with lsb,trouble is,its fard on the fingers to tune,(ie scan the ham bands) my plan is to find a signal on the cheapo toy then net on the 320,just too save my fingers getting destroyed,anyone with a prc 320 will understand.

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