Airspy warranty is limited to 1 year from the date of delivery for purchased units that fail under normal operating conditions. Airspy units will be repaired at a price of $50.00 plus $10.00 shipping/handling. Normal operating conditions do not include excessive mechanical stresses due to mishandling, dropping, or bending; mechanical or electrical modifications; Electro-Static Discharge (ESD); excessive RF signals; excessive thermal stresses due to improper ventilation or cooling, submersion in any fluid; and any unauthorized repairs.
All warranty claims will be determined by Airspy or their representatives.
Accessory Warranty (except Filter/preamp)
Accessory warranty (except Filter/Preamp) is limited to 90 days from the date of delivery for accessories that fail under normal operating conditions. The warranty is limited to electrical failiure. Physical damage is specifically excluded unless such damage arises from normal use. Antennas are generally considered ‘disposable items’, although very limited warranties may be honored. All warranty cases will be determined by Airspy.US for these items. Contact us for any warranty claims.
Is this the new model???
Been using Airspy and the spyverter for two years now without any issues at all. I have mine running nearly 24/7. Its a great SDR for rx applications and performs very well.
Not sure why the above guy decided to ask a question and leave a 1-star review for it.
Do you have shipping to Colombia ?, what price does it have with shipping?
We do. Shipping would be as quoted in the checkout.
Phil Karn –
This has become my new favorite general purpose direct conversion SDR front end, at least for VHF/UHF. About the only way to make it better would be to use direct sampling, but it’ll probably be quite some time before such a thing for VHF and UHF is affordable.
James Damron (verified owner) –
The Airspy R2 is a lot better than the cheap SDR dongles that I have, but is buggy using USB 3.0 slots. I only have one USB 2.0 slot so this is fine for now, but it would be great for Airspy to update their USB drivers to support USB 3.0 slots better than currently. I tried the USB drivers at Airspy and Windows says they are outdated. My Airspy R2 would recognize the USB 3.0 slot one time and the next time would not. I did take my case off to find that the Airspy R2 was made in August 2015 with the Rafael Micro R820T2 chipset, but was hoping to get a newer model. The only difference is the Rafael Micro R820T2 vs the new Rafael Micro R860 chipset is said to be the same. No one has reported any SDRs with the new Rafael Micro R860 chipset so far with the web searches I have done, but Airspy does advertise it on their website. Overall, I am please with the improved signals and lower noise, but wish for better USB handing in the newer motherboards of today, which are seeing less USB 2.0 slots on motherboards.