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ve1arn
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PostSubject: Latest Addition to the Radio Shack.............   2016-11-16, 2:38 pm

Picked this up yesterday. Was from an estate of a late ham.

A Knight R-100A receiver with speaker. Not sure if the speaker is the one that came with the set originally, but it's a Knight speaker and sounds quite good.

Radio is in excellent shape too. Not sure of the value, but I didn't mind the $125 I paid.

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PostSubject: Re: Latest Addition to the Radio Shack.............   2016-11-16, 5:48 pm

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Here's manuals for it at the bottom of the web page.
Construction,
Users, and Ad.
(http://pcbunn.cithep.caltech.edu/jjb/Knight/R100.htm)

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PostSubject: Re: Latest Addition to the Radio Shack.............   2016-11-17, 5:16 am

Awesome Cliff! Thanks for the link.

That's the next manual I make for myself here. Very Happy
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