• Mon, Nov 8, 2:11 PM
    Lewisporte, Central/Interior
    See images for model numbers. Email or text me with questions. Great condition, but can’t be tuned down to 2m. They are cut to stay above 150, so perfect for any businesses needing a replacement or setting up another repeater.
  • $50obo
    Sun, Nov 14, 5:04 PM
    Kilbride, Avalon Peninsula
    Realistic hand held 40 channel CB with weatherband and marine channels. In mint condition in the original box with all the accessories and the receipt. No emails for I'm posting for a friend.
  • $1
    Tue, Nov 23, 7:44 PM
    Carbonear, Avalon Peninsula
    12AU7/6189/5814/5963/ECC82 $10 JAN-CDZ-371B new $45 6V6 $10 6L6 $10 6F6 $10 12AT7/6060/E81CC/6201 $15-$50 5Y3WGTA $10 6080 $8 6CW5/EL86 $40 7788 $20 7119 $20 6922/6DJ8/ECC88 $20 6BQ7A/6BZ7 $2 6AG5 $2 6AU6A $2 6688/E180F $5 6AL5W/5726 $2 5654/6AK5W $2 8532 $2 5749/6BA6W $4 5750/6BE6W $2 6186/6AG5WA $3 6C4/6100 $3 5651 $3 12AV7/5965 $4 5670/2C51 $5 6AW8 $2 6197/6CL6 $2 7062/E180CC $12 6360A $5 6GK6 $5 8JV8 $2 A2293 $10 2C40A $30 6BN8 $5 6216 $4 6AJ8/ECH81 $5 6CG7/6FQ7/7026 $18 12BY7A/12BV7 $8 8FQ7/8CG7 $2 12BH7A $10 654A $2 6AW8 $3 12BA7 $2 5763 $7 EF85/6BY7 $2 ECL80/6AB8 $3 10DE7 $2 EL85/6BN5 $9
  • $1
    Fri, Oct 22, 10:07 AM
    St George's, West Coast
    Hantek Digital Oscilloscope DSO5102P 100 MHz 2 channels Like new. Make an offer
  • $60
    Tue, Dec 7, 11:31 AM
    St. John's, Avalon Peninsula
    RARE 1964 Tube Sonar Base/Mobile CB radio with Separate Transmitter and Receiver, similar to the Golden Eagles 23 Channel CB radios except it's in 1 smaller case and the Transmitter is 8 Channels instead of 23. It does receive 23 channels and has a spot function that tunes the receiver to the transmitter frequency just like the Golden Eagles. This model came as a 6volt/120 volt model and 12 volt/120 volt model. this is the 12 volt/120 volt model. This is a very early CB tube radio and built to higher quality standards than most CBs at the time. It cost $229 US dollars in 1964. This came from a CB radio collection as a display piece and was working when put in the collection but is being sold untested for $60. CB radio does not include a microphone or the AC/DC power cord.
  • $150
    Tue, Dec 7, 11:35 AM
    St. John's, Avalon Peninsula
    The Realistic (made by Allied) SX-190 receiver is a solid state shortwave receiver with 11 bands and is very rare for an analog receiver (Pre digital) to have a dial with a frequency accuracy of 1 kHz. Most analog shortwave radios have problems finding the correct frequency of a station. It wasn't until digital display models came around before we had many receivers with this accuracy. This radio covers certain bands between 3.5 MHz & 30 MHz and does not include the local broadcast band between 550 kHz & 1.7 MHz. It's designed as a pure Shortwave Receiver and receivers AM/USB/LSB. I don't have the optional speaker. This was used as a radio display but I have used it in the past with headphones. It's solid state and weights around 20 lbs. Several magazines in the past voted it one of the most beautiful receivers ever made and compared it visually to the super expensive National HRO receiver. Ad shows info on radio and it was sold from 1972 on wards under the Realistic & Allied brand names. It was also sold as two different models. The SX190 was the SWL version and covered most Shortwave bands and some HAM bands while the AX190 covered mainly HAM bands and some Shortwave bands. I have the SX190 model. Price in ad is in US dollars from 1972 $150 firm.
  • $175
    Tue, Dec 7, 11:12 AM
    St. John's, Avalon Peninsula
    Siltronix model 1011D, 10 meter tube-type "HAM" radio that also covered the CB radio band (11 meters). The "D" model was the last in the series of 1011 model radios from Siltronix and many consider the best of the series. The Siltronix radios were actually a Swan HAM radio sold under the Siltronix name. In the 1970's and 80's many CB radio operators used these on the CB band even thought they were not typed accepted for that band. Originally sold as the Swan 1011 and later as the Siltronix's 1011. See ad below: Please read before contacting me: I bought this radio from ebay about 3 years ago for $350 plus another $90 for shipping. I plugged it in and used it for 1 day. The next day, I tried to turn it on and nothing lit up. I check the fuse on the back and it looked good. I put it away and never used it since. I believe it's only a simple fix (may be an internal fuse or a bad connection) because it just wouldn't power on. I just recently discovered it again but I can't find the power cord. I'm selling it for $175 because of this. These are very collectable radios and would make a nice nostalgic radio to have. It's in extremally good condition. Local pick up in the St. John's area only.
  • $75
    Tue, Dec 7, 11:39 AM
    St. John's, Avalon Peninsula
    Serial Computer Interface for older Yaesu Transceivers or Receivers. Good to add to your Yaesu collection. You can find cheaper non Yaesu options but they don't include the extra PTT plug on the side and this one is the official Yaesu Option recommend for computer control. The Yaesu FIF-232C CAT is an outboard interface system required by some Yaesu models for interfacing the radio to a serial port of a PC. There is an input jack on the front and a PTT input jack on the right side. The rear panel has a RS-232C DB-25F connector. The user must supply their own standard RS232 serial cable and 6 pin din cable (some radios take small and some take large size DIN) check your radio manual. These are standard cables you can get from most computer outlets. The FIF232C is 4 x 2 x 4 inches and operates from 117 VAC. Computer control software is not included but many are free. Some of the Yaesu models that require this interface are: FT-650, FT-736, FT-747GX, FT-757GXII, FT-767GX, FT-840, FT-890, FT-990, FT-1000D, FRG-100, FRG-8800 and FRG-9600. If you own one of these radios, this interface can really enhance what your radio can do via software. This is the later and more expensive model.