- July 30, 2018 at 8:46 am #105686
Contrary to Timinbovey saying these are on Amazon by 3rd party sellers this one is from Amazon themselves…..on PRIME with one day shipping to my address in Toronto!
- July 30, 2018 at 9:18 am #105687
It’s sold by Maple Leaf, fullfilled by Amazon (what that means is that Amazon stores it in its warehouse, but is technically not the seller).
- July 30, 2018 at 9:29 am #105691
Hey! The enclosure is “High Stability!”
- August 2, 2018 at 9:26 pm #105771
That was the first place I bought my 1st CZE-7C which said Signstek but is really a CZERF Transmitter. Probably where Pamela Lee got her CZE-7C.
The transmitter came with the telescopic antenna you see in the pic along with a 1/8th to 1/8th patch cord and the power supply (a little noisy and cheap). Signstek is a 3rd party seller of CZERF transmitters.
And as I said at $58 dollars makes it look very attractive. Plus worse someone looks up this transmitter on youtube and many folks are talking about how great the TX is and some are young kids approximately from their voice around 13. Especially the child who unboxed his on youtube for the first time and showed it running while being a DJ. You can even hear his parents voices way off in the background. What a shock they’ll have when the FCC comes to the door if the child does not have his transmitter on a frequency that isn’t used. And when the first temperature inversion comes it won’t matter he’ll still get out way more then he intended it to.
But when that filter fails and it begins to splatter all over the place that is when the FCC comes to the door and hopefully the agent is a nice one otherwise it is a NAL not a NOUO.
- August 6, 2018 at 4:21 am #105809
The filter is a SMT coil/capacitor combination. Please explain your comment about when it fails.
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