List price for the KRK-13 is $959.00. That includes the second control head, cables, adapters for the RF deck and the two control heads, hardware, KMC-35 mic, etc.
Way to much money considering you can get a new NX-700 or NX-800 for less money. I'm not exactly sure what Kenwood was thinking when they were pricing this out. I can see a minor cost savings by not having to run power to a second radio, not having to install a second antenna, and in trunking systems, not having to have the second subscriber, but I'd really have expected them to have it cost less than a new radio.
True, list prices are high, but considering state contracts usually run 30% off list, but that applies to the second radio as well as a new KRK-13.