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Re: TS-b2000 comments



You are correct:  the software is the same but is included with the B2000
whereas it is an extra cost item for the TS-2000.

The remote head for the 2000 is also very useful.  Installed in your
vehicle, you can take either version of the 2000 with you on the road.

Rick

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From: <HFDXJUNKIE@aol.com>
To: <johngeig@yahoo.com>; <amsat-bb@AMSAT.Org>
Sent: Monday, November 10, 2003 2:29 PM
Subject: Re: [amsat-bb] TS-b2000 comments


> Hello< I sometimes use the Kenwood ARCP software for my 2000x. It seems to
> work very well, I have found no bugs with it. Everything can be controlled
right
> from my laptop. The best thing i see about it is using the menus, the
> complete menu opens up in one box , all you need to do is click on the
item and turn
> it on and off. Unlike the rig where you have to turn the Multi Chan. knob
to
> the desired menu number , than use the main, sub, plus or minus button on
the
> face of the rig. I have never used the 2000b, but i an quite sure the
software
> for it is the same as im using now. It is nice when im feeling lazy and
dont
> want to spin the vfo , just click the mouse and away you go. You can
download
> the software on the web, but need a keycode to use it.
>
>                                  Pete
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