Markus from http://www.neuner.de has the very best photos online and that’s why some dealers in the UK and other places take them for own websites. Below are the best photos on the web if the radio and how it looks like in the flesh. Also we’ve included a link to the software. Appears to look like a great radio for the price.
For me the best part? It’s no RJ-45 microphone socket
Photos (c) http://www.neuner.de Mr Markus Neuner
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I want one! Or should I wait for the Apollo II Dual Band Ham Radio ? – https://simonthewizard.com/2017/03/01/exclusive-anytone-apollo-ii-dual-band-ham-radio/
Good Question, the 778UV (Apollo II) should come later but this one is ready now!
I was not aware its name was AT- 778UV. A quick search and I was able to find it on sale on amazon, 446shop, and ebay.
Time to make some decisions and spend some money!
Think typo on my pad, the Apollo 1 is 778 and the Apollo II is supposed to be 779 UV but I’ll check as was not completely decided.
Apollo 1 = 778 U or V
Apollo II = 779 U/V but I’ll check on it to be sure
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