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Yaesu FT710
Icom ic-905
We used to have FT450D, FTDX 1200, FTDX 3000 and all were discontinued by Yaesu which to me is a tremendous shame. Then Yaesu returned with a great but expensive FTDX 101D/MP, then not really too long ago the FTDX 10, although not an under a thousand pounds radio like the 450D and the FTDX 1200, still a quality radio. NOW they’re introducing the 710, what’s the difference between this new one and the FTDX 10? Well I guess we’ll have to wait and see. It’s a shame they’ve not introduced another sub thousand pounds radio though for those out there that cannot afford to pay out that kind of money or even justify spending that.
Are they serious? You bet they are, This radio was shown at the Dayton Hamfest, this time rather than looking like a 7300 (as the 9700 does) this one looks like a 705 but that’s where the likeness ends. this one is 144 MHz. 432 MHz. 1.2 GHz. 2.4 GHz. 5.8 GHz. and 10 GHz. So if you want to play with GHz this has to be the radio for you, not my thing I admit but even I have to say, This looks awesome. We’re starting to really expand the hobby and this goes a long way to doing just that.
New Radio’s
On this page I will add new radio’s either on the horizon or those recently released, whether a homebase, mobile or handheld I will feature it right here. For obvious reasons I cannot guarantee the price as that is nothing to do with me whatsoever. If you see a video by ML&S it doesn’t mean I am promoting them, or even a Waters & Stanton video, I will just put the most informative video’s on here.
ICOM IC-T10
The IC-T10 is to be Icom’s newest 5W handheld, not sure how good it will be yet, it is IP65 Dust and Waterproof which is great for a start, here’s some of it’s specs. TX,144–146, 430–440 MHz  RX,136–174, 400–479 MHz*3 (* Working range) FM Broadcast 76–108 MHz 208 channels (including 2 call and 6 scan edges)  Not a special Radio by any means but it sure looks well built and being an ICOM radio it’ll surely be of high quality
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Yaesu FT-DX 10
Yaesu FT710
We used to have FT450D, FTDX 1200, FTDX 3000 and all were discontinued by Yaesu which to me is a tremendous shame. Then Yaesu returned with a great but expensive FTDX 101D/MP, then not really too long ago the FTDX 10, although not an under a thousand pounds radio like the 450D and the FTDX 1200, still a quality radio. NOW they’re introducing the 710, what’s the difference between this new one and the FTDX 10? Well I guess we’ll have to wait and see. It’s a shame they’ve not introduced another sub thousand pounds radio though for those out there that cannot afford to pay out that kind of money or even justify spending that.
New Radio’s
Icom ic-905
Are they serious? You bet they are, This radio was shown at the Dayton Hamfest, this time rather than looking like a 7300 (as the 9700 does) this one looks like a 705 but that’s where the likeness ends. this one is 144 MHz. 432 MHz. 1.2 GHz. 2.4 GHz. 5.8 GHz. and 10 GHz. So if you want to play with GHz this has to be the radio for you, not my thing I admit but even I have to say, This looks awesome. We’re starting to really expand the hobby and this goes a long way to doing just that.
ICOM IC-T10
The IC-T10 is to be Icom’s newest 5W handheld, not sure how good it will be yet, it is IP65 Dust and Waterproof which is great for a start, here’s some of it’s specs. TX,144–146, 430–440 MHz RX,136–174, 400–479 MHz*3 (* Working range) FM Broadcast 76–108 MHz 208 channels (including 2 call and 6 scan edges) Not a special Radio by any means but it sure looks well built and being an ICOM radio it’ll surely be of high quality