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The HT-41 linear amplifier is an ideal companion for the HT-37
transmitter in style and performance. It has complete coverage from 80 through
10 meters. Other features include an adjustable pi-network output; all circuits
are metered; has built-in RF deck; has an output meter to aid in tune-up; has
standby bias supply; and has high efficiency, grounded-grid circuit. This compact unit employs 2 tetrodes with 250W plate dissipation. Input 50-75 ohms matching, can be driven by 20 to 100 watts. It has a full wave rectifier allowing exceptional regulation. This amplifier is capable of 1200 watts SSB, 700 watts CW and 350 watts AM. The rig operates off 117 volts. It was manufactured from 1961 through 1963 and weighs 85 pounds. It measures 19 ¼ " x 9 " x 17 ½ ". It sold for $395 new. |

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