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For use with voting systems, supplies Ohm balanced 2-wire audio, occupies 1 RU.

Cabinet Fan Top Assembly. Includes one cable for radio connectivity. Specify DC current settings at time of order. We use these repeaters in commercial radio sites.

Includes five pre-drilled openings and grommets. The rec goes down to.

TKRE – (Discontinued) — Kenwood South Africa

My Subscriptions Subscriptions Help. Audio is really good also. I agree the comment about purchasing the Kenwood TKR instead of building a repeater from parts.

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menwood Email Subscription You are not subscribed to this review. New to Ham Radio? Work great, same sensitivity as the GE IIs. Let the duplexers filter out some of the noise and protect the pre amp. Includes equipment installation, hardware, cabling and wire management materials, and cushioned shipping crate. We’ve had the pre amps and TRK’s in service about 2 years with no issues.


Crate for 42 inch 20RU Locking Cabinet. And yes, I checked the alignment and it was correct. Cabinet Solid Top Panel. The suggested KPS switching power supply is a toaster.

Kenwood TKR-750 / TKR – 850

Yes my kenwood was on mhz area. Modem bps, extra stability in high RF environments, includes interface cable. The repeater puts out 35 watts. As for sensitivty I was disappointed. Do not use it.

We have had the Kenwood TKR on the air for about 18 months and have not had any problems. Tkr-7750 rates them at 25 watts continuous, and that seems accurate. We purchased the models, but the higher split should work fine in the ham bands.

I wouldn’t put a pre amp up near an antenna for love or money. As others have noted, about the only alignment required is the helical front end in the RX. Patent and other rights reserved. We have 7 of these repeaters on our linked repeater system, they have been operating flawlessly for 5 years or so. Could use a little more fan, tlr-750 we have never had one go down. Clean, crisp audio otherwise. They seem as reliable. Just want to let folks know that hams may be better off getting the low split K2 version, just FYI.

Software is very easy to kenwod and a breeze to program. Programmed repeater the on the bench and installed on site it has worked great without any changes. Audio is fantastic, and it is easy to implement an external controller or accessory. FM VHF repeater with cw controler build in. We have ours set to 25 watts, since they can run nearly constantly in our type of link service. Excellent performance, even with less than optimal filtration Set at 30 watts input to the kennwood.


Only one kenwodo point: Built in mini controller is nice. The only thing I can fault the Kenwood’s on is that the audio could pass a little more bass. That takes about 5 minutes to do, but should be done for best sensitivity.

Item is an option and cannot be sold separately. I wound up kenwlod an Angle Linear GasFet preamp and a tkkr-750 to get it back up where it needed to be. Works great with my cat repeater controller,great audio also. Just asking for it to be blown out as I’ve seen time and time again. Includes two cables for radio connectivity and an internal antenna relay.

They have been in use daily for years now and never miss a beat. The UHF’s are around spec at.