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Is the Kenwood TS680S a solid state transceiver?

Is the Kenwood TS680S transceiver a solid state rig?

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Solid state means transistors or ics but no tubes, if it has tubes it will have air holes in the case where you can see the tubes light up when it is on.Im pretty sure its a solid state rig unless it is really old as most are now solid states and have been for years.

Posted on Jan 16, 2009

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