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    Stryker SR447 Hpc2

    Stryker SR447Hpc2

    Any forum members running one of these? What are the pros,con's, likes or dislikes?
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    Can't help you out, the nearest thing to a report I can supply is that a local has one. He's running it on the bench till he gets it set-up and then it's going into his pickup. From what I've heard from others, when he first took it out of the box, it was capable of producing understandable speech, but he almost immediately put a power mic on it and cranked it to the "ridiculous" setting. From there it steadily progressed into an almost unintelligible mess that can be heard a channel either side of where he is. He bought it stock and does his own "tuning", so everything he's ever owned has sounded like sh*t right up to the point where it lets the smoke out and he's forced to send it somewhere to be repaired. When told he sounds awful, he claims the rest of us are having our receive overloaded from his "power", and that the problem is with our equipment. So like I said, I'm no help......
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    local here has one..seems to work pretty good..
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    Quote Originally Posted by Clodhopper View Post
    Stryker SR447Hpc2

    Any forum members running one of these? What are the pros,con's, likes or dislikes?
    Sorry, I run a Stryker SR-94hpc and I must say its a beast and swings from 4watts to 25 on am on the 4watt setting, 10watts to 43 watts on the 10watt setting. On FM it dead keys 40-43 watts. This radio is so hungry that I have it running on a modified ATX power supply and a boost converter putting out 14.3 volts.

    And that's with a stock Mic. It does even higher with a cheap power Mic.1518058978937.jpg

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