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Marine radio Bonus Packs for GME

by Matthew Heap GME on 29 Jul 2011
The GME marine radio packs offer great value to customers. GME . www.gme.net.au
During the months of August and September, GME will have a couple of Marine radio bonus packs available, which offer great value to customers.

The first pack will include a white GX600 VHF radio and a bonus ABL014 antenna base. The ABL014 is a double swivel antenna base with 5mtrs of coaxial cable terminated with an FME connector and includes an FME to PL259 connector for easy installation to the back of the VHF radio. The ABL014 has a round foot print measuring 75mm in diameter and is ideal for boats that don’t have a lot of deck space to mount the antenna base.

GME have 3 VHF antenna whips that will suit the ABL014. Whip lengths available are 4ft (AW364V), 6ft (AW366V) and 8ft (AW368V), these are not included with the pack and can be purchased separately from your GME dealer.

The second pack will include a white GX300 27MHz radio and a bonus ABL015 antenna base. The ABL015 is a single swivel antenna base with 5 meters of coaxial cable, again terminated with an FME connector and includes the FME to PL259 connector for easy installation to the back of the 27MHz radio. The ABL015 has the same foot print as the ABL014, measuring 75mm.

GME have 3, 27MHz antennas whips that will suit the ABL015. Whip lengths available are 4ft (AW364H), 6ft (AW366H) and 8ft (AW368H), these are not included with the pack and can be purchased separately from your GME dealer.

These bonus packs offer great value to customers who are purchasing a VHF or 27MHz radio, being the perfect starter kit for a new boat installation, or just a radio revamp on an existing boat.

Both of the bonus packs are available in special gift boxes and will be available during August and September unless sold out earlier.

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