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i was given a texas instruments base transever can any one give me any info on it its a 2100 model and has marine on it pic to come soon
 

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Still awaiting a photo. Also is there any other kind of writing on the radio? Can you power it up at all? Can you label & forward all the front and/or rear panel control info?

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As far as I can tell, this is the only thing TI makes with 2100 on it and you are going to have a really hard time making any contacts with it!

TI does make a 19-Vpp Mono Class-D Audio Amplifier for Piezo/Ceramic Speakers (TPA2100) IC, but I am pretty sure there aren't any pictures on it!
 
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Texas Instruments Radio...UH HUH

You are just a cruel man. Anyway, I've been searching & zip with this guys query. I've reached a total dead end here so that's why I am waiting for some photos. Anyway I think I've just been hosed.

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