with HA-8 and PS-150-120
The HT-44 is a 10 to 80 meter ham-bands transmitter which sold for $379.50 in 1962. It is usually accompanied by the PS-150-120 power supply which sold for $99.95. Rated at 100 watts input on SSB or CW and 24 watts AM from a pair of 6DQ5 tubes. The power supply includes a matching speaker for a receiver. The SX-117 is the matching receiver and has crystal oscillator and VFO outputs allowing the HT-44 to operate in transceive configuration. The HA-8 "splatter guard" sitting on top is a matching transmitter accessory for monitoring modulation levels. It cost $24.95. Its form factor matches that of the HA-10 LF/MF converter used with the SX-117.