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HM135 Microphone for M802

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Model # 10035996 | Mfg # HM-135

Product Description

ICOM HM135 Microphone for M802 SSB Radio

Specs

HM135 Microphone for M802

Type Microphones

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ICOM HM135 Microphone for M802
 
1.5

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2.0

Terrible Cords

By Ian

from Florida

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Comments about ICOM HM135 Microphone for M802:

I totally agree with the first reviewer with regard to the cords on these mics... mine take longer than a year but less than 5 before the literally fall apart. I know of no other electrical cord on anything I have ever owned that falls apart like these cords do. They see no sun and no water...so why??

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1.0

Worst microphone cords ever

By Rob on Akka

from San Blas islands, Panama

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Pros

  • Easy To Install

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Indoor
    • Large Boats

    Comments about ICOM HM135 Microphone for M802:

    ICOM is a world leader in marine radios, and the ICOM M802 single-sideband radio is a standard for full-time offshore cruisers such as ourselves. For that reason, it is amazing that their microphone cords are so perishable. The cord insulation deteriorates in less than 2 years even if the radio is kept below, with no exposure to water, high temperatures, UV or any other environmental factors. Replacing the microphone every year or so is a sort of tax all M802 owners pay for owning this otherwise great radio.

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