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 Forum: T31 In Car Entertainment & Communication   Topic: yaesu ft-7900

 Post subject: Re: yaesu ft-7900
Posted: Thu Feb 09, 2017 7:46 pm 

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That's where my replacement is coming from!

 Forum: T31 In Car Entertainment & Communication   Topic: yaesu ft-7900

 Post subject: Re: yaesu ft-7900
Posted: Thu Feb 09, 2017 6:27 pm 

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Thanks for the info - sounds like a very professional job! I think I've sorted the problem with the radio: I was convinced it was the car doing something odd - but this turned out not to be the case. I checked the voltage drop using the rear power socket as feed for the radio: Engine off, radio off,...

 Forum: T31 In Car Entertainment & Communication   Topic: yaesu ft-7900

 Post subject: Re: yaesu ft-7900
Posted: Wed Feb 08, 2017 6:57 pm 

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Thanks for that. Is the inverter fed from the big wire in the passenger footwell, or elsewhere? (I presume its not original equipment?). I've seen reference to a permanent live feed to a connector up behind the rear light cluster, but haven't investigated that one yet - again, it may be a fairly sma...

 Forum: T31 In Car Entertainment & Communication   Topic: yaesu ft-7900

 Post subject: Re: yaesu ft-7900
Posted: Wed Feb 08, 2017 5:53 pm 

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Volts drop. Fair comment - I'll have a look at that tomorrow. I did note the rather small size of the wire feeding the power socket! Whilst the radio could well see reduced volts during transmit, it transmitted fine for a good 2 to 3 minutes, with no evidence of adverse effect on the transmitted si...

 Forum: T31 In Car Entertainment & Communication   Topic: yaesu ft-7900

 Post subject: Re: yaesu ft-7900
Posted: Wed Feb 08, 2017 5:13 pm 

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Perhaps a bit cheeky, bumping this old thread - but the topic is bang-on! (Also, first post - hello everyone!) I've just installed my FT-7900 - the main unit in the luggage area, remote head in the top cubbyhole above the sat nav, hands-free mic on the driver's door pillar. Aerial is currently on a ...
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