- Blue Frequency Display
- Blue Channel Display
- RB and RX LED’s Blue
- StarLite Faceplate (Glow-in-the-Dark red and blue lettering)
- Large, easy-to-read meter with 4 scales:
- “S” Meter indicates up to 60 dB over S9
- Modulation Percentage Scale for use on AM
- Power Scale Calibrated for AM and SSB
- SWR Scale
- Automatic SWR Circuit (no complicated calibration procedure)
- “Talkback” Circuit with On/Off Switch and Volume Control
- Variable Power Output Control
- Roger Beep with On/Off switch and LED Indicator
- Galaxy Noise Filter for use on weak signals
- High SWR Alert LED Indicator
- Two Year Warranty as explained below:
- Five-digit Frequency Display
- +/- 1.0 kHz Receive Clarifier
- Noise Blanker and Automatic Noise Limiter
- AM, SSB and PA Modes
- 3-Position Tone Control Switch
- Blue/Red LED Indicator for RX/TX
- Blue LED Channel Indicator
- Dimmer Control
- Receive Gain Control
- Mic Gain Control
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This new Galaxy 959B is beautiful, but I fear it is technically obsolete if the board is old-fashioned with internal settings.
I find that compared to Qixiang/CRT boards etc… they have a long way to go to evolve and offer devices that are accurate and stable in frequency for the SSB.
959B with the old fashioned board allows you to get HI-Band channels on a FCC approved radio.
Btw: isn‘t the new version the G model?
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