Fidelity 3000fm

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Fidelity 3000fm

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Hi Guys,
Does anyone know what circuit board this radio has.
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Hello

viewtopic.php?f=29&t=15805

Manuel de l'utilisateur au format PDF:

http://www.cbtricks.com/radios/fidelit ... fm_om.pdf

Schéma de principe au format PDF:

http://www.cbtricks.com/radios/fideli ... g06_07.pdf

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Re: Fidelity 3000fm

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Thanks Claude
I just wanted to know if it was Cybernet or Uniden boarded or any other, a pensioner friend of mine has found one and was interested to find out, I said I would try but can't find any information,

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Nitehawk wrote:
10 Nov 2019, 11:42
Thanks Claude
I just wanted to know if it was Cybernet or Uniden boarded or any other, a pensioner friend of mine has found one and was interested to find out, I said I would try but can't find any information,

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hope this might be of use to you. according to what is said in the video, the board was made in Taiwan by a company called great ( not sure if it's spelt that way.have a look.....

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Cy-E9w3yNxY
I'm assuming it is a home base by the looks of the video

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Quite ironic really as the radios were anything but Great.
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As said above, the 1000/3000's shared the Great-branded boards I believe, whereas the 2000 had the common Cybernet board and the later 2001 had the slightly cheaper Cybernet-type board from the Amstrads.

My Flid' homebase pulls in signals like nothing else I own. Back in '81, neighbours would wipe out all 40 channels, but nowadays its sensitivity really is a bonus.

The outgoing audio is very bassy though, but that's now its only drawback personally.

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The Fidelity Homebase was a really good radio and they are well worth putting back into service. Superb receiver transmit audio is Crystal clear and they look so cool.
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Phoenix wrote:
16 Nov 2019, 18:50
The Fidelity Homebase was a really good radio and they are well worth putting back into service. Superb receiver transmit audio is Crystal clear and they look so cool.
They're certainly easier on the eye than a lot of the other homebase rigs. It's just a shame the Cybernet board wasn't used for these.
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Well that's scuppered my idea of getting a couple of Baofeng 888's and looking at who's on 446 this next pay day, this thread prompted me to look at the 3000FM homebase & subsequently buy one for £27... Could've nearly got 4 888's for that price lol

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