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The best doesn t cost any more any more
In the next few months, you'll be hearing a lot about
DEBEG communication and navigation equipment.
To begin with, DEBEG quality is world renowned.
You won't find more respected electronics as judged by the toughest high seas critics in the world. Secondly, we offer one of the broadest ranges of marine electronics available from a single supplier, everything from VHF radio to satellite navigation. Next, we offer service in over 200 ports worldwide. Then there's delivery. Aside from the fact that we're in an excellent delivery situation right now — from the U.S. and abroad, we're expanding our
U.S. production operations within the next few months.
The Best of The Best
We've saved the best for last. Despite its quality,
DEBEG equipment frequently costs less. Moreover, we want your business now, so there's never been a better time to negotiate. So take a look at our openers, the 2000 main receiver and the 2340 watch receiver, and let's talk. Call or write:
Bob McCarthy, DEBEG Marine Inc., 10 Manor Parkway,
Salem, N.H. 03079. (603) 893-2004.
Telex: 951 204 DEBEG USA.
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DEBEG 2000 Main Receiver • 10kHz-30MHz. • Fully synthesized. • 30 frequencies can be stored. • All modes and selectable filters. • Scanning of pre-programmed frequencies. • Meets international standards and frequencies.
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DEBEG 2340 Watch Receiver* • Permanent watchkeeping on the international distress frequency of 2182 kHz. • Three pushbutton selectable modes: Mute, 2-tone filter and normal. • Automatic switchover to normal mode on receipt of a distress or warning signal. • Optional connection of a clock and external signal devices.