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King KX155 14v for sale

hish747

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I have a King KX 155. All Nav/Com functions are working.

*Comes With Green Tag by Avionics Repair Station*

I understand that this version can be used with an HSI (King 525A) but I was only using it with a KI 209 Localizer. It does not have a glideslope. It comes with a mounting tray and connectors.

Photos were taken May 25, 2018.

Asking $1699 OBO.
Thanks,
Hish

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hish747

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Just had the radio inspected and green tagged by an FAA avionics repair station.

As a bonus...reduced to $1599!
 
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To drive an HSI with a KX155 you would need to add a nav converter such as the KI-72.

Jeff
 

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Thanks for the clarification Jeff. Do you mean this King KN-72 that can be found on ebay in the $50 range like this one?
Yep, that's the one. One interesting aspect to your radio you don't often see is it has a built in amp for connection to an external speaker, or an audio panel that doesn't have an amp, like a KA-134.

And it's a 760 channel rather than the more common 720.

Jeff
 

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