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Icom 400Pro UHF ( No Antenna )

Discussion in 'Spares and Accessories' started by chris_stoffa, Sep 21, 2014.

  1. chris_stoffa

    chris_stoffa 4x4 Earth Contributer

    Item Detail - Icom 400 Pro 80channel UHF - No Antenna - was originally a 40ch, service and upgrade done 4 years ago to 80ch by AARadio Melb.
    Mounting Bracket and power plug/cable included.

    Tag/Body/Chassis Numbers - Ser. No. 1017760

    Condition - Cute as a button, damn near perfect

    Price - $280 ( inc snail mail postage in Oz only )

    Location - Western Burbs Melbourne

    Contact Details - Leave me a PM

    Postage Details - includes Snail mail postage in Oz only,

    Payment - by Direct Transfer to Bank Account or Cash on Pick up only

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  2. Yogi6

    Yogi6 New Member

    Hi Chris or anyone who can advise.
    I have an iCom IC-400Pro. Supposed to be 80 channel but only has 40 available. Is there some setting to activate 80 channels?
    Also are there any workshops who can check/recommend a better antenna for improved/best range? I'd prefer one for mountains so guessing 3dB?
  3. GaryM

    GaryM Well-Known Member

    Yep, lower DB for hilly terrain. And get it up higher than anything else. ie: on an independent ground plane base, on the roof/roof rack. Not just the tip, the aerial length.

    I think the Icom 400s have to be done by cable and software, and they all can be done but dont quote me on that. A decent radio tech shop should have no issue doing it. Depends where you are...
    Be a little patient, someone will have done it.
  4. Yogi6

    Yogi6 New Member

    Thanks Gary
    I'm in Melbourne S-E suburb (Bayside area). Will see if I can find a radio tech shop. ARB or other 4x4 shop might be able to recommend someone I guess.
  5. GaryM

    GaryM Well-Known Member

    someone here will know, they just dont log in daily. Some are on the road, others are lazy, or only drop by when their better friends are busy :D

    Being down here in the sales section, might be better to ask for recommendations for radio tech near you, in another section. Chris hasnt posted in a while.

    Try this section of the forum ...
  6. Yogi6

    Yogi6 New Member

    Thank Gary
  7. Swaggie

    Swaggie Moderator

    Hi mate
    Graham did my Icom Handheld, highly recommend him...
    Opposite Cranbourne Race Course..

    I use a 3db antenna in The High Country..If I use my 6db I remove when I get home for around town no ones tried to pinch or snap/bend the smaller one lol

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