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Old 12 August 2004, 13:48   #1
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One for the radio anoraks (or Jon Brooks !!), and it might be a dumb question, but what is the difference between an Icom IC-M1Euro and an Icom IC-M1EuroV?

Is one just older than the other?

Any ideas what the 'V' is?

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Any ideas what the 'V' is?
VIBRATOR?? LOLOL
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Very good, Manos.
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Euro V is a newer model, better waterproofing etc. Far toooo late to type any more.
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Old 13 August 2004, 03:37   #5
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Thanks - that'll do!! I won't bother looking at the one on e-bay then.........

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I think the M1 Euro does not the accessory socket on the top where with the euro V you can have a speaker/mircophone.
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Old 15 August 2004, 04:53   #7
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I think the M1 Euro does not the accessory socket on the top where with the euro V you can have a speaker/mircophone.

All is correct

M1 was only "slashproof" and no mic socket


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Old 16 August 2004, 05:09   #8
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M1 was only "slashproof"
Erm, does this mean it only was protected from damage occurring late at night after copious quanities of Beamish?
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