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Old 22nd May 2019, 10:53 am   #1
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Default Midland 77-002 UK CB transceiver, 12V dc power supply, mike and antennae

A friend of mine recently passed away and I’m now helping his widow to move on some items that she has no use for.

The second lot is comprised of:

Midland 2001 precision series 27MHz FM CB transceiver, model 77-002 UK. Made in Korea. No paperwork. Info available here (select UK FM version): http://www.cbtricks.com/radios/midland/2001/index.htm

Mounting bracket for the above.

G-Comm stabilised transceiver PSU, model GC03, 13.8V @ 3A, 40% duty cycle, 5A surge. 2A continuous rating. Made in UK. No paperwork.

Altai “Echo Power” PTT microphone DM-315E. No paperwork.

Two antennae. No paperwork.

I have connected up the transceiver, power supply, microphone and the “black rod” antennae. When all switched on (Rx mode), the PSU dc output voltage is 14.3, the transceiver’s meter illuminates, the two digit LED display comes on and there’s plenty of “hiss” from the speaker. The channel select control scrolls the display through 1 to 40. The squelch control operates as you’d expect. I have no means of checking Tx operation. There is no sign of any component overheating inside the transceiver.

This will be a charity auction, with the proceeds going to the Sobell House Hospice in Oxford (the Sobell name comes from Sir Michael Sobell, who established his Sobell radio and TV manufacturing business in the 1940s – later to merge with GEC).

Please send me your offer by Private Message. I have no idea as to its value, so I am setting a minimum offer of £20. I’ll let the auction run from today (22nd May) until 31st May, and the highest bid received by then will secure it.

If it sells, the equipment must be collected within 14 days of auction close, from my home which is around six miles north of Swindon, Wiltshire (just off the A361).

In accordance with Forum rules:

Payment (to me please) by crossed cheque, payable to Sobell House Hospice Charity Ltd. I will send it off and obtain a receipt for the donation.
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Old 22nd May 2019, 11:01 am   #2
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Old 22nd May 2019, 11:04 am   #3
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Old 23rd May 2019, 2:35 pm   #4
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Default Re: Midland 77-002 UK CB transceiver, 12V dc power supply, mike and antennae

That's a decent little rig for anyone who is going to bid.
I have one myself and its a good build quality being Midland.

Would bid on it myself if I did not have one in my collection.
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Old 23rd May 2019, 3:54 pm   #5
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That's a decent little rig for anyone who is going to bid.
I have one myself and its a good build quality being Midland.

Would bid on it myself if I did not have one in my collection.
That’s good to know, as I never took up CB radio in its heyday, or later!
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