[AMRadio] Re: How can we rid the HF bands of AM ?

KC4QLP at aol.com KC4QLP at aol.com
Thu Aug 11 11:59:40 EDT 2005

>From: Geoff w5omr at satx.rr.com

>You never know  what someone will buy on ebay.  At worst, it hangs around 
>your shop  another week.  At best, you have something that someone else 
>thinks  is an antique relic and is 'just the part' they need to finish 
>out their  collection.  *shrug*  hey, it could happen  ;-)  

Speaking of ebay, I have some "heavy metal" up on ebay. [  
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I had this thing up earlier in the month and  got burned by W4YR, so without 
going into detail here on the list as to what  happen, there is a broadcast 
transmitter out there that needs to go. It is  currently 80% disassembled. (give 
W4YR credit for that!) The manual and  schematics come with this...so 
refurbishing this thing would be easy. I'm moving  to NY and I need the $$$ to aid in 
moving...not to mention storing it until  getting a large house/garage...its 
just a bit more than I can financially handle  right now. 

If a group of folks want to get together and get this for the  parts, I'll 
consider that too...but one way or the other...its gotta be "outta  here" by the 
end of the month or early Sept. if all possible.

Bob  Carter
Operations/Engineering--Max Media Radio Group/NC  Division
WGAI-NewsRadio 560 AM Stereo .., WCXL 104.1 Beach 104..., WQDK  99.3
Q-Country..., WCMS 94.5  WaterCountry
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