Ranger RCI-936FC4 ~ RCI936FC4 10 Meter Radio
The RCI 936FC4 replaced the RCI 63FFC4. The new RCI 936 FC4 has a chrome face with black covers. Four 2SC-2879 output finals for 300 to 350w+ output after tuning. This is the wattage we are seeing on our meters after tuning despite reports of 400-500w. Talk-back control knob (no echo). Mic jack on the front.
**July 2016: This item was discontinued by the manufacture. None are currently available. If they do become available again we will update this page.
**We can install an echo board in this model. The dual echo control knob can be installed on the "left "side" near the "front". This is where the mic jack would be located on other radio models. See echo board option at right.
You can list any special instrucions in the comment box where you enter your payment information. If GI Joe's does the work the radio will retain it's 2 year factory warranty.
*AM and PA Modes
*High Sensitivity Receiver Design
*Variable RF Power Output
*Built-in Frequency Counter
*Blue LED Display
*Multifunction Panel Meter
*Fully Chromed Housing and Face
*Heavy Duty Chrome Heat Sink
*200 Watts RMS / 350 to 400 Watts Peak (4x 2SC2879 Finals)
Ranger RCI-936FC4 Large Image
Ranger RCI936FC4 Bottom View
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