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Sun Sep 23 21:59:56 EDT 2007
--- John Coleman <jc at pctechref.com> wrote:
> Nobody here mentioned using a home brewed receiver or an HF to BC
> converter even. I know that Chuck in Midland TX is using a totally
> receiver, and a very fine one at that, with lots of modern
> The Best receiver I ever used was a car radio from a 1955 dodge.
> was the radio that had the separate vibropack and audio output
> section from
> the main receiver. I did not use the audio output and power supply
> instead built a power supply and audio section on a rack chassis
> and then
> mounted the radio in the front panel of the rack chassis. Also
> built into
> the rack chassis was an 80/40 mtr converter and a BFO with
> insertion. At the time it was a fantastic RCVR. I have often
> though of
> doing it again with more modern additions.
> John, WA5BXO
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> Yogie Wrote>> Those where the good old days. I like the best radio
ofr A.M. is the SP-600 never had any problems picking up anyone with
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