|[AMRadio] Pulsar 250B * 500B|
ars.w5omr at gmail.com
Thu Apr 5 19:52:14 EDT 2007
I'm not 'going to some site and fostering competetion'... I was looking
for info on the 4-65 earlier, and came across this rig by Energy-Onix.
Most of the rest of the day, was looking around for a price. I
-finally- found -this-. This is interesting information, if a Ham
happens to have a non-conforming XYL who doesn't understand the need for
that 'big ugly pile of junk (if you're a home-brewer)
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[BC] Why an older transmitter may be a good choice
*Bailey, Scott* sbailey at nespower.com
/Thu Feb 22 13:26:05 CST 2007/
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> -----Original Message-----
> From: broadcast-bounces at radiolists.net <http://lists.radiolists.net/mailman/listinfo/broadcast>
> [mailto:broadcast-bounces at radiolists.net <http://lists.radiolists.net/mailman/listinfo/broadcast>] On Behalf Of Rob Atkinson
> Sent: Thursday, February 22, 2007 11:34 AM
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> Subject: RE: [BC] Why an older transmitter may be a good choice
> Oh my gosh is that all they cost? I was wondering...but had guessed a
> w. s.s. AM tx would run $10K to $15K. $3500 is less than some ham
> On the other hand, there were months at the 3kw erp FM I once worked at
> we could barely pay the light bill.
Check out this web page:
That is the Pulsar 250B or 500B
The 250B is a perfect stand by, if one feels compelled to have a stand
by transmitter. I'm not a big Energy Onix fan, but that's a good choice.
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