This post is for 808 in Delaware (shadetreemechanic) he purchased my Sonar fs2340 and we've became acquaintances. I guess i would consider 808 my friend. I'm having an issue sending him a pm so I thought posting on the announcements/open Forum would be okay. This madison has had digital clock removed which I believe I still have lying around somewhere and will include it in the sale if I do indeed find it. It also had a vfo installed. It goes up to 28.805. The clip shows how low it goes as I don't recall because I rarely if ever use the lower frequencies. It's a third Generation. it needs to be sent out before I sell it. I have never sold a item that needed work and I'm not about to begin with this one. It might not make sense to most, but it's just the way I am and the way it has to be. 808 in Delaware purchased my Sonar fs 2340 and once I mentioned the Madison he did show interest. He will be getting first shot at it, but there is no guarantee that he will be taking it. so if not I will be listing it here on my favorite, and only radio form. I can say that the transceiver still looks 100% as it does in the clip I'm sharing. Im not sure what I'll be asking for it yet. After i get it back I'll get some reports to make sure it's all good then come up with a price. Figuring out a price always seems to be The most difficult part of a sale. The frequency counter is off by 2 kilohertz. It doesn't affect the way the radio operates, but has annoyed me since it began doing that. The clarifier isn't 100% at 12 oclock when stations I know are on frequency are tuned in. The clarifying on is a bit off to the high side of 12 o'clock. when I am tuned into someone I know is 100% on frequency (on SSB ) the counter shows the last digit two digits higher then it should be. I also had a local replaced the final when it needed to be replaced. Unfortunately he used a European aftermarket one, and Id like to replace it with the original 1969. I will be sending it to Mike for the repairs. He owns hundreds of those original 1969 so no problem there. I will be offering the transceiver with a very nice Silver Eagle d104. I have a fet modified Silver Eagle (done by Loose Cannon) which I will offer as an option for a price to the person who purchases the Madison. It was a bit expensive to do (shipping and all) but worth every penny. The fet modification brought the audio response down to where it has a nice bass tone to it. I received soooooo many excellent report and plenty of questions as to what microphone I was using. That never happened with the unmodified d 104 or any microphone used with this Madison on any SSB transceiver I ever used. This transceiver is strictly used on SSB as I have a separate set up for AM. But it works excellent on am as well. I hope 808 sees this video. If you do my friend please try to p.m. me and let me know. I will let you know as soon as I get it back and if you're not interested I will post it on the swap shop right here on wwdx. 73. PS it's good to be back on the form after a long illness. I'm looking forward to getting back into the hobby. God bless all my friends here on the forum. Jojo 111 NJ PS. If it seems like Mike is new to making videos it's probably because it was only the third clip he made and or posted on YouTube.