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Ramsey FM Stereo Transmitter FM30B

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Ramsey FM Stereo Transmitter FM30B

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$75.00


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Assembled and used for a couple years only a Ramsey Digital FM Stereo Transmitter.  Model is FM30B.  I do not have the power supply for it but it uses a 13.8-16VDC power adapter.  It get's great range, I powered it all the way up and was getting about 3/4 of a mile!  Before turning it back down of course :) I paid somewhere around $200 for it new assembled since it can't ship to the US assembled.

 

Here is some additional info on it: https://sourcefmtransmitter.com/shop/ramsey-fm30b-fm-transmitter/


, Texas



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Did you use a roof mounted antenna or from the unit mounted antenna?  Did you assemble it?  I am interested but concerned about how I can be guaranteed that it will work when I get it.

jstein

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I can make no guarantee other than it was assembled in the US by Christmas in Cruces that used to sell them assembled for decorators and that as of about 5 years ago when I disconnected it, it was still in working condition.

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Do you still have the Ramsey transmitter for sale?  If so does the price include shipping or not?      ddd     BUD

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