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icom 706 mk11

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Hello all.

I have just bought an elderly second hand 706 mk11 - there is a 5 pin socket underneath the rtty and civ sockets. can anyone tell me what this is for?
there is no mention at all in the manual.

tia

john
 
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Hi there n9mxq, thanks for the response, unfortunately the model I have is just a mk11 not "g" . I have the original manual for the machine but this socket is shown simply as a blank circle, I've also seen a "g" manual and there seems to be a blanking plate over this socket.

I forgot to mention that the machine came with a lead for this terminating in 2 mono 3.5 mm plugs. there are no manufacturers names on any part of this lead.

thanks again

john
 
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