SDR Transceiver up for sale!

I have a 7 month old Expert Electronics Sun SDR2 pro transceiver and the E-coder for sale. It is in mint condition, non smoking environment and with about 10 hours max of operating time. The reason for selling the unit is I received an Icom 7610 for Christmas and I can't justify having both radios as the SDR2 pro is just sitting on the desk doing nothing. 
New the radio and encoder sell for 2,500.00 Canadian for the 7 month old radio and encoder I am asking 1800.00 Canadian. Weil ship to U.S and Canada only. 

Main capabilities
  • Independent RX path based on DDC (Direct Down-Conversion) architecture
  • Independent TX path based on DUC (Direct Up-Conversion) architecture
  • 2 software RXs + SubRX for each of them (4 slices total) + independent wide-band Band-scope up to 80 MHz
  • Remote control operation, using it, you connect PTT and CW-key to the E-Coder panel. Microphone and E-Coder are connected to the remotely set up PC
  • TCI interface or seamless connection with third-party software like SDC (with its own Skimmer), LogHXSWISSLOG and RUMlog, more are coming
  • Professional TX processing module provides the most advanced tuning capability for voice operation
  • ExtCTRL connector to control external devices with 8 powerful keys with open collector
  • ALC connector for external power amplifiers*
  • Supports use of VHF transverters**
  • An opportunity to use the transceiver as a signal generator via DAC OUT connector (SMA connector)
  • An opportunity to use external filters in the middle of the RF path, using ADC IN and RX OUT (SMA connector)
  • Small delay in CW mode (about 10 ms)
  • Input for external 10 MHz reference oscillator
  • An opportunity to use the transceiver in SO2V mode
  • Full duplex or half duplex modes***
  • Antenna switch with 2 HF antenna connectors and separate VHF antenna connector (Mini UHF connectors)
  • Internal power-meter for HF and VHF bands and SWR-meter for HF band
  • Ethernet LAN interface provides fast and reliable connection to PC
  • 20 watts on HF and 8 watts on VHF.
I am also selling with it the radio the E-Coder plus which has:
  • 14 programable buttons with 60 possible programming options 
  • 3 programable encoder knobs with 13 possible programming options
  • 1 optical encoder tuning knob 
For an unbiased review of the radio go to Eham reviews and there you will find 11 reviews all giving the radio a 5.0.  
2 Receivers in action 
All cables

Rear view

E-coder
Mike Weir, VE3WDM, is a regular contributor to AmateurRadio.com and writes from Ontario, Canada. Contact him at [email protected].

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