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Yaesu SP-8 EXTERNAL SPEAKER

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Price:
123.72 EUR
111.34 EUR (92.79 EUR + VAT)
Discount: 10%
Sale duration:
05/05/2020 - 31/12/2020
Model: A07660001
Availability: On stock
Average Rating: Not Rated
Manufacturer: Yaesu
Qty:pieces

Description

Yaesu SP-8 EXTERNAL SPEAKER FOR YAESU FT-897 RADIOS.

Specifications:

  • Manual Frequency tailoring specifically intended for amateur and general communications modes.
  • Wideband tailoring for: broadcast listening, music and FM reception.
  • Independently-adjustable low-cut and high-cut filters offer twelve possible audio response configurations selectable from the front panel, enabling the operator select optimum response under all conditions and modes.
  • Two separate inputs, selectable by a front panel switch.
  • Two output jacks (1/4-inch and 3.5mm) for headphones are provided on the front panel.
  • Adjustable front feet.
  • Package includes: SP-8 Speaker, Patch cable (T9101275A), and instruction page.

The Yaesu SP-8 is a base speaker with audio filtering. It features both a 1/4 inch headphone jack and a 3.5 mini jack on the front panel. Input A or B or may be selected by a push button switch on the front panel. The panel also has a 4 position MODE switch: Mute, Manual, SSB, CW. There is a 3 position Low Cut Filter knob and 4 position High Cut Filter knob.

The rear panel features Input Jack A and Input Jack B. There is also a Line Out Jack. All three of these jacks are RCA Phono type. The speaker comes with one audio cable (RCA to 3.5mm mini). The SP-8 also has adjustable front feet. This will allow you to angle the speaker up.

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