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    I have a couple 800 analog spectra's that are collecting dust .

    Is there any parts worth keeping or parts people need from these before these hit a trash/recycle pile.


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    Quote Originally Posted by GasdaSoftware View Post
    I have a couple 800 analog spectra's that are collecting dust .

    Is there any parts worth keeping or parts people need from these before these hit a trash/recycle pile.
    Hmm maybe a command board. Where are you located?

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    Southern California.

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    Scrap 'em out. Even the E-series Smartzone Spectras have next to no value since they're non-narrowband analog only radios.
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    Hold on there pardner. Are these securenet spectra's?

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    These are such fine radios for Ham/GMRS, the stupid capacitor problem is their Achilles heel. color me crazy, but I still want to fix my UHF spectra, suffering from command board contamination and lusting for a securenet upfit.

    There was a time I when to Dayton and there were stacks and stacks of Syntor/Syntor X for the taking. They were actually worth something for the aluminum scrap. But they were thrown in dumpsters at the end.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RFI-EMI-GUY View Post
    Are these securenet spectra's?
    I am 99% sure none are. I'll take a peek.

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