Meet the Stryker SR-447HPC2 10 Meter Mobile Amateur Radi0
$310.00 (Peak & Tune Always Included)
The Small 10 Meter Radio with the Big 10 Meter Sound!
Stryker came up with this extension to their "Superior" line of radios keeping in mind the demands of their customers and their recent feedback. The BIGGEST issue that led to its development was the reduced amount of space for mounting radios in BIG TRUCKS or inside any vehicle.The SR-447HPC2 is a compact but complete 10 meter amateur radio that can easilyfit into the small spaces now provided by most of the truck manufacturers. So mounting it will not be an issue.They guarantee this small radio is as efficient and reliable as the older radios from Stryker.
Transmission clarity has been improved with the ability to get as much as 70+ watts PEP. The SR-447HPC2 offers more radio in a smaller package than any other. If you love that big radio sound, but have that dern small opening in your truck that the DX radios no longer fit in, you're in luck! You are going to love this new radio. Adding an edge to your communication, the SR-447 HPC-2 also features internal treble and bass adjustments on the receive side for noise reduction, specifically white noise.
Full, Rich, Hi-Fi modulation add depth to your message, enhancing your voice as well as keeping it loud.
How small is it?
(W) 6.2 (H) 1.9 (D) 9.7 Includes protruding parts on depth and knobs on front of radio.
70 watts PEP
RF Power control
Multiple display colors
NEW heat sink design
and so much more!
When driving at night, you will appreciate the new 30 stage dimmer, which on its lowest setting, turns ALL the lights off. The 447HPC2 includes Stryker's famous variable talkback, why settle for anything less? This is a NEW design in radios and has so many more features than I can list them all.
This NEW radio is available NOW! Here at Dub's Cb Shop! It Is DUB Approved! LOL
And now...The legal stuff....
Amateur Radios are intended for use by amateur radio operators only. A license is required within the United States by the FCC (Federal Communications Commission). It is not illegal to purchase and/or receive however it IS illegal for you to transmit on any Amateur Radio bands without a proper license first! The user of any Amateur Radio equipment is solely responsible for proper operation of this equipment and abiding by the rules and regulations within the country in which the user resides.