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IC A-220 compatibility

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dranders

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Is the IC-A220 a compatible slide-in replacement for the King KMA 20? I can't find info if the KMA 20 has the same D-Sub 25 pin connector as the IC-A220. New to the forum and would appreciate any help. Thanks.
 

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We have an Aircraft Monitoring forum, but the A220 is an air band transceiver. I think this is the most appropriate place for this thread.
 
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