[AMRadio] Microphones FS


Ken Simpson, W8EK kenw8ek at gmail.com
Mon Feb 16 16:16:17 EST 2015


Icom, Kenwood, Yaesu, DTMF Touch Tone, Speaker
Microphones, etc. For Sale:


Icom Microphones:

Icom HM-14 DTMF Touch Tone Microphone:

The Icom HM-14 has the standard round 8 pin connector as used
by most Icom radios. It has a 16 digit DTMF Touch Tone pad on
the back. It will work with the IC-25A, 28, 38, 45, 48, 77, 78,
120, 229, 271, 275, 290, 375, 451, 471, 475, 505, 575, 707, 718,
725, 728, 729, 735, 736, 737, 745, 746, 751, 756/PRO, 761, 765,
775, 781, 820H, 821H, 900, 901, 970, 1201, 1271, 1275, 2400,
3200, 3210, and probably others. It can be used to add a DTMF
microphone to a rig that does not normally have one.

This one has good audio quality, all 16 digits on the DTMF pad
work like they should, and the coiled cord is in extremely good
shape. $40


Icom HM-36 Hand Microphone:

The Icom HM-36 is used on most of the Icom HF rigs. It has
a round 8 pin plug, making it compatible with almost any of
the Icom rigs with this connector. This includes the IC-746
and 756 series, IC-718, IC-7600, IC-7200, IC-775, plus many
more, including VHF rigs like the IC-28, IC-229, IC-3200
and others.

It also has up / down buttons on the top for changing the frequency.

This one works 100% and looks like it is new. It likely was put
in a drawer after receiving it with a rig, and never used. $35


Kenwood Microphones:


Hand Microphone with round 8 pin plug for Kenwood, Alinco, etc.

This hand mic works great on most Kenwood rigs with the round 8 pin
connector, such as the TS-430, TS-440, TM-241, TM-2530, TW-4000, and
others, including Alinco and ADI. It says "Electret Condenser Mic"
on the back, and "Kenwood" on the front, with no model number.

Basically, this mic functions like an MC-43, with a couple more
features. It has the mic and PTT switch; it also has up/down
switches on the top. There are four "extra" buttons labeled Call,
VFO, MR, and PF. What these four buttons do depends on the rig.
There is also a "Lock" switch on the back.

Regardless if you use the four extra buttons or not, you still have
a mic that works like an MC-43.

This mic works fine, and looks like new. I am guessing it came with
a rig, and was immediately put in the drawer, and never used. $30


Kenwood MC-48 DTMF Touch Tone Microphone
Used on most Kenwood rigs with round 8 pin mic plug.
Includes up/down switches as well as the 16 digit tone
pad. Excellent, close to new, condition. $40


Yaesu Hand Microphones:

Yaesu MH-15 DTMF Touch Tone Mic:
The MH-15 c6 is a hand microphone that features a 16 digit DTMF Touch
Tone Pad on the back, along with a lock/unlock switch. The top has
up/down buttons. Of course the PTT is on the side. This one has the
round 6 pin connector. It works fine and looks close to new. $40

Yaesu YM-17 hand mic:
The YM-17 is a hand microphone with up/down switches on the top
corner. It has the round 6 pin connector. This one works fine and
looks really great. $30

Yaesu YM-31 hand mic:
The Yaesu YM-31 is a hand mic with a round 6 pin connector.
Apparently it is either similar or the same as the MH-25A6j (not
the MH-25 with the 8 pin connector). It is a 600 ohm impedance
hand microphone, and has a Monitor on-off switch on the back.
It looks very similar to the Yaesu MH-1.
This one works fine and looks extremely nice. $25


DTMF Touch Tone Microphones For Sale:

Kenwood MC-48 DTMF Touch Tone Mic
Used on most Kenwood rigs with round 8 pin mic plug.
Includes up/down switches. Excellent condition. $40

Yaesu MH-15 DTMF Touch Tone Mic
The MH-15 c6 is a hand microphone with a 16 digit
DTMF Touch Tone Pad on the back, along with a lock/unlock
switch. The top has up/down buttons.
This one presently has the round 6 pin connector, which can
be changed of course.
It works fine and looks close to new. $40

CES 810 L DTMF Mic
One can manually dial a number, or automatically store it in
the mic, and "speed dial". It has a 12 digit touch tone pad
on the front. With 8 pin modular plug (like computer LAN).
It looks to be unused. $38

Johnson 250-0761-010 / CES 655 L DTMF Mic
It has a 12 digit pad on the front, and is a rugged mic.
Presently with 4 pin connector. It looks to be unused. $38

16 digit DTMF Touch Tone Pad:
This is a standard 16 digit DTMF Touch Tone Pad that is made
to be added to rigs (or microphones) that do not presently
include one. It is about 2 inches square, with a three wire
interface (Positive DC voltage in, audio output, and ground)
for easy interfacing. There is a pot to adjust the output level.
It appears that this unit is new. At least it has not been used.
$20


Astatic Model 810-6 Gooseneck Microphone:

This mic is on a 12 inch gooseneck. It is a brushed metal about
5 1/4 inches long, and is actually part of the gooseneck. The
cable goes thru the gooseneck. It is a 2 conductor shielded
cable, indicating a quality balanced microphone with low impedance.
The gooseneck terminates in a standard 5/8 inch threaded connector.

This one works fine and looks good. $40


HT Speaker Microphones:

Both of these speaker mics have the 3.5 mm and 2.5 mm two
conductor plugs that are spaced about 3/8 inch apart, and
are molded into a single connector. They are used on Icom,
Yaesu, Radio Shack, Maxon, Ritron, Vertex and many other
radios.

Premier SPM-100
It is a lightweight and compact unit, featuring a powerful
speaker as well as a high-quality condenser-style microphone
element that produces excellent transmitted audio clarity.
The microphone may be secured to the user's lapel or shoulder.
It also features a built-in 3.5mm jack for using an external
earphone. $17

DM-100
Appears to be the same as the SPM-100 above, but just with
a different label. $17


I also have many other accessories available such as many
different types of microphones, HTs, HF, VHF and UHF rigs, HF
and VHF/UHF antennas, etc.
Just too many to list here. Please e-mail your requests.


Prices do not include shipping from Florida.

Thanks.

73,

Ken, W8EK

Ken Simpson
E-mail to W8EK at FLHam.net or W8EK at arrl.net
Voice Phone (352) 732-8400





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