Kenwood TM-D710G Install - Advice?

DaveInDenver

Expedition Leader
One would have to purchase a RS-232 to USB adapter anyway.
Which I suspect most of us have. So I didn't want to leave an impression that I disagreed, hacking a programming cable if you already have a USB-serial adapter is certainly cheaper. And I also agree that spending $35 for a Kenwood RS232 cable makes no sense. My reply was that $30ish for a dedicated Kenwood USB cable such as the RT Systems is something I might spend money on.
 

DaveInDenver

Expedition Leader
I just wish Kenwood would step up their game and incorporate SD cards like Icom does.
And the Yaesu, at least with the FTM-400 and FTM-100. The TM-D710 has been around a long time and is a pretty great radio but a TM-D720 with (I assume) D-STAR and a few updates would be killer. Put in DMR and I'd go all new iPhone junkie and camp out for one!
 
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