Flexing Your Options: The Benefits of Upgrading to Flex Radio’s New Models

Ed Gonzalez from Flex Radio shares the latest updates on their new radio gear, including the 8400, 8400 M, 8600, and 8600 M models. With a complete hardware refresh, these new radios are designed to take Flex Radio into the next 5-10 years of innovation.

One of the standout features of these new radios is their ability to work seamlessly with existing Flex Radio systems. Ed explains that the M models come with knobs and dials, while the non-M models are connected to your computer. This flexibility allows users to upgrade their setup without having to start from scratch.

Jim and Ed talking with Flex radios displayed

But what really sets these radios apart is their visual interface and intuitive design. As Ed notes, Flex Radio was the first to introduce direct sampling SDRs, making it easy to visualize signals and learn about ham radio in a more engaging way. These new models are designed to be more flexible and user-friendly than ever before. With a range of features that make it easy to get started and stay connected, Flex Radio’s latest innovations are sure to impress even the most seasoned ham radio enthusiasts.

Flex Radio’s Latest Innovations

In addition to their impressive features, the new radios also come with some exciting upgrades. For example, the integrated GPS receiver allows for accurate timing and synchronization with FTA, while the NTP server provides a reliable time source for all devices in your shack.

So what does this mean for ham radio enthusiasts? In short, it means that Flex Radio is setting a new standard for innovation and flexibility in the ham radio community. With prices ranging from $2499 to $6000, these new radios are an investment worth considering for anyone looking to upgrade their setup.

Flex Radio is now taking deposits for the new radios, which is fully refundable. The radios are expected to ship in August, so be sure to reserve your spot today!