[AMRadio] Receivers


david knepper collinsradio at adelphia.net
Mon Jul 31 14:48:57 EDT 2006


I agree.  I hope that I don't lose my "Collins union card."


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----- Original Message ----- 
From: <nq5t at comcast.net>
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Sent: Monday, July 31, 2006 1:22 PM
Subject: RE: [AMRadio] Receivers


>> Another good one (and much cheaper and easier to work on)
>> is the NC300/NC303 receivers.
>
> The 303 is one of my personal favorites. Like most of the radios that have 
> been discussed, it lacks a bit in the fidelity department, but it isn't 
> bad (certainly not as bad as a 51J-4 or that ilk).  Although like anything 
> else, it's easy enough to tap the detector output and feed a decent audio 
> system.
>
> Still, it has the smooth and wrist saving tuning "feel" of the SP-600, no 
> stinkin' mechanical filters, and although you can't read the dial to 
> +-200Hz, it's close enough.  IF opens up to 8 Khz, plays quite well on AM 
> (and CW/SSB), and is easy to service.
>
> Grant/NQ5T
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