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Old 13th Feb 2018, 11:37 pm   #1
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Default Park Air 5000 Receiver Info

Hi all,

I am looking for info (ccts, freq selection etc) for a Park Air 5000 series VHF air-band base station Rx, which I believe is 1990s vintage. Can anyone help please?

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Old 14th Feb 2018, 9:38 am   #2
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Default Re: Park Air 5000 Receiver Info

Exact model, 5100, 5200 with or without M suffix. Bit different!
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Good question Rob... I will have to check, the receiver is some distance away so give me a few days to get over there.
If it helps a rather blurry image is below.
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That is non M. Synth is dip switch programmable and front end is tuned to spot frequency by trimmers. Psu is linear as well. Quite a reliable rx really. Cannot read label printing whether vhf or uhf. Probably mid 1990s manufacture.
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