What would happen if you crossed a DX48T with a DX93T? Probably nothing.

But here's what happened when we did:


A Sideband rig with a frequency counter and
two Toshiba 2SC2290 output transistors.

Noteworthy features include :

Strange and Unusual Features:

The DX 95T also has the following standard features found on most other Galaxy radios :

  • Large, easy-to-read meter with 4 scales:
    1. "S" meter indicates up to 60dB over S9
    2. Modulation percentage scale for use on AM
    3. Calibrated power scale
    4. SWR scale
  • Automatic SWR circuit (No complicated calibration procedure required)
  • LED's light red to warn of high SWR
  • Talkback circuit with On/Off switch and volume control
  • Variable dimmer control pot
  • On/Off switch for frequency display
  • Roger Beep circuit
  • NB/ANL circuit
  • Meter glows red during transmit
  • Two year limited warranty