Icom's magnificent IC-7800 transceiver is a quantum leap is amateur radio technology. Sure, it cost more than your first car but it offers features and performance unheard of in lesser rigs. Icom did a pretty good job on the make-believe LCD meters, but let's face it, sometimes nothing but a real, live meter will do.
LDG's DM-7800 dual meter system provides two 4.5" meters, one for the Main receiver and one for the Sub. The lush meter faces are LED back-illuminated in cool, high-visibility blue, drawing only 20 to 60 ma (depending on brightness setting) with a brightness control on the back. There are separate calibration adjustments for Main and Sub accessible from the back of the DM-7800; you don't have to take the meter apart to cal. A provided cable connects to your rig, and the radio menu lets you select functions for each meter. What's more, the DM-7800 and the virtual meters on your radio can work together; for example, you can display SWR on the radio's meter and power output on the DM-7800. On receive, the S-meter reading is shown. The DM-7800 is 9.7 x 4 x 4 inches, and requires power only for the lights; the meters themselves are passive. The case is textured black, a great match for the IC-7800. Your beautiful IC-7800 deserves the best; add LDG's DM-7800 dual meter system, and you're in the picture like never before. The DM-7800 is made exclusively for the IC-7800; order yours today.