Ten-Tec SP-325
Shortwave Receiver

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Ten-Tec SP-325

The Ten-Tec SP-325 is a digital shortwave receiver that tunes 500 to 29999.9 kHz, in 50 Hz increments in AM, LSB/FSK and USB/CW modes. It features a digital blue vacuum fluorescent 100 Hz display. Other features include:  1/4 inch Headphone Jack, S-Meter, AGC Fast/Slow, Dial Lock, 64 Memories, Keypad and Frequency Scan (Sweep).

The SP-325 rear panel has an N type antenna input jack. Made in the U.S.A. This radio was produced under contract by Ten-Tec for the U.S. Navy as a training receiver. Please note that the SP-325 has Line and Headphone output only (no built in speaker or speaker output). This radio was initially supplied with 19 inch rack mount ears. 12 x 3.469 x 10.5 inches, 8 lbs., 4 oz.

This model was not sold by Universal, but we did offer the Ten-Tec RX-325 which was the hobby variant.


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