[AMRadio] Various Microphones FS


Ken, W8EK kenw8ek at gmail.com
Sun Oct 11 19:28:51 EDT 2015


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


Icom Microphones:


Icom HM-133 V Remote Control DTMF Microphone:

This mic has a DTMF Touch Tone pad on it, but also offers
full remote control including VFO select, Up-Down tuning
and memory select. It also has keypad back lighting. It
has an 8 pin modular plug and is used with the IC-2100,
IC-2200, IC-2300, IC-2725, IC-V8000, and others.

This one appears to be new, unused, still in its original
plastic bag.

With paper work for $40.


Kenwood Hand 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


Yaesu Hand Microphones:

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:

Drake 1525 EM Touchtone (DTMF) Microphone
This is the mic that was used to add a touchtone pad to
many rigs in the 70s and 80s. Normal hand mic from the
front, but a touchtone pad on the back. Four pin mic
plug. This one has been used, but is in good shape and
includes paper work. $35

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


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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