TEN-TEC 707 Microphone and Stand w/T8 Cable Included
The best sounding microphone TEN-TEC has offered yet for Amateur Radio, and possibly the best sounding one available from anyone today! MIC stand is not included please order Model 716 – Regal Table Stand. Available also is a custom hand built solid walnut microphone stand with your callsign laser etched on the front.
The model 707 Regal desk microphone. As seen for the first time at the 10th annual TEN-TEC factory hamfest in September!
The best sounding microphone TEN-TEC has offered yet for Amateur Radio, and possibly the best sounding one available from anyone today!
Regal incorporates a unique dynamic element designed for a well-rounded, pleasing to the ear sound for transmitted audio. Housed in a classic retro-style case, this quality microphone can be used with virtually any modern HF transceiver which uses a dynamic microphone input. The Regal is not designed to work with older TEN-TEC transceivers or other radios that require an electret style microphone input.
Regal consists of a chromed housing with 2 position ‘PTT’ slider switch with OFF and LOCK positions, foam breath screen and a dynamic microphone element. The element has tailored frequency response from 50 Hz to 16 kHz designed for excellent transmit audio in SSB, AM, and FM modes.
The underside of the Regal has a 4 pin male XLR jack and a threaded connection for attaching the microphone to accessory model 716 base. A connection cable wired for 4-pin TEN-TEC, 8 pin TEN-TEC (also used by Yaesu), 8 pin Kenwood (also used by Elecraft) or 8 pin Icom is required to plug the 707 into your transceiver. One connection cable for your HF rig is provided free of charge with the purchase of the microphone.
The slider switch on the front of the mic is for ‘PTT’ operation. Slide the switch up to transmit, slide the switch down to return to receive.
The microphone element in the Regal is always ‘live’ for VOX operation. For VOX operation on a TEN-TEC transceiver, activate the VOX circuitry and then speak into the microphone. It is not necessary to move the ‘PTT’ slider switch on the mic to the upward ‘transmit’ position.
The microphone is priced at a very low $139 and includes one transceiver connecting cable of your choice at no additional charge. The Regal includes a carrying case with foam die-cut inserts — also no additional charge!
A table stand, model 716, with 6” tall metal pipe for mounting the microphone is available as an accessory for $22.95. Additional cables for transceiver connection are available at $29.95 each. As always, no charge will be made to your credit card until the day the items are shipped to you. First come, first served on backorders – our initial production run of 500 units is selling quickly and we encourage you to place an order today to ensure you will have one of these fantastic new microphones as soon as possible.
Shipping status update as of December 3, 2009: The Regal 707 is shipping now from stock with cables available.
300 Hz CW Collins Mechanical Filter for 588 Omni VII Model 2032 Included
New and demo TEN-TEC equipment purchased directly from TEN-TEC in the U.S. is warrantied parts and labor for 12 months from date of purchase. This warranty is extended only to the original purchaser. Purchaser pays inbound shipping to us for warranty repair, we pay shipping to return the repaired equipment to you by UPS ground service or equivalent to the continental USA and Canada. Alaska, Hawaii and outside U.S. and Canada actual return shipping cost paid by owner. The warranty exception is for the model 238C antenna tuner which is warranted for three years parts and labor, under these same terms. The model R4020 and R4030 transceivers are covered by a one year replacement warranty. Used equipment sold by TEN-TEC is warrantied for 30 days, parts and labor, under these same terms.
Posted by Gerald Capodieci on 17th Feb 2015
When used like your father's radio, it's rock solid and a great performer with the TX EQ set to -14db using the Regal mic.
When used in a LAN with One Plug but still using the mic attached to the radio, you are launched into another dimension at light speed close to the Flex-Radio category without the real time panadapter.
One Plug needs a little human interface work but, still brings in a lot of easier to use features. A set of start-up settings would be very helpful at the initial One Plug LAN connected level.
I suggest we try and recruit a retired Internet/network engineer to moderate a One Plug Group. The One Plug dimensional features would drive conventional hams and new Omni 7 users to distraction.
Posted by Terry Foskey on 15th Feb 2015
Used Omni VII in CQWW WPX RTTY contest. Utilized 500 hz roofing filter and with IF and BW at 500 hz I could operate with adjacent stations both sides and I never heard them. I am only giving a 5 based on Receiver. Radio Lacking basic features. The next Tentec Radio needs following additional features:
1. CW BW that will go down to .25 HZ.
2. Rear CW Key Plug.
3. Detailed Live Panadapter Scope.
4. USB Port for upgrade and control.
5. Onboard PSK, RTTY and CW decode.
6. Port for Keyboard control of digital modes.
7. CW and Voice Memories.
Posted by Michael Gallagher K6PQM on 10th Feb 2015
Love the radio but have not gotten it totally up and running yet.
Posted by Unknown on 6th Feb 2015
more than i expected ----does it all well--the audio is stunning and the menu driven portion is very easy to get used to.
Posted by Jerry on 26th Jan 2015
Well, it took long enough to get it, but it was worth the wait. My Omni 7 Is a fine radio,, Ten Tec has did it again. The Mike is a plus too, the package is one of the most user friendly radios I have hooked up, I have the 7800 Icom and the 9000mp Yaesu, both of which I used to praise this Omni 7 with. The CW is superb, and the SSB is outstanding, I don't use AM or FM on my hf Rig so someone else will have to review that for ya, So I think TenTec's new owner will be really proud of their new toy.. Thanks you all,, 73's Jerry Campbell..Princeton Wv. KC8GBF,,,..
Posted by Dave on 19th Jan 2015
Been a ham since 1983, replaced a 20+ year old Icom 746 with the Omni VII.
I am still learning to the Omni VII and thus far am very happy with the radio. I have been running it with out the AMP, a project still in progress. New to Ten Tec family, thanks to W9PN/Doug for steering me in this direction.
Posted by George KV4HH on 30th Dec 2014
I have been a ham for 30 plus years and this is a very easy to use transceiver that has all the best of features and adjustments are smooth and easy.I like the numeric display that pops up when you make a change to a control like the mike gain so you get a constant visual of were you are at,even with the volume !The receiver is very quiet and is very hot on all bands with excellent weak signal copy.I just wish I had replaced my trusty Omni VI a long time ago.
Posted by Unknown on 26th Dec 2014
GREAT QSK AND GREAT PERFORMED THE BEST HF RIG ON MAKER TODAY.
Posted by Dr. J. Wayne McCain, Ks0s on 21st Oct 2014
You will NOT be disappointed with the Ten Tec Omni VII! Set up is easy as well is operation. SUPER audio reports (w/model 716 mic) on SSB and superb QSK on CW with built-in keyer. Software updates are a breeze and will keep this rig ahead of many competitors. I love the built-in auto antenna tuner too. The specs read like a laboratory grade instrument and are matched by performance. A fine piece of AMERICAN MADE communications gear that we all can be proud of! Keep it up Ten Tec!!
Posted by Thomas Freuler on 21st Jul 2014
So far everything works as advertised,no suppressed.AFTER 45 years this is great receiver.Good audio reports easy to get up and running