|[AMRadio] Finaly got the "Dream Rig"|
bguyger at sbcglobal.net
Wed Jul 23 20:45:59 EDT 2008
I'm a current Broadcast Engineer but I've never had my hands on a BC-1H. So I asked one of the other guys here who has had quite a lot and his main opinion was that it could use more cooling than the stock fan, and that neuralization was critical with this box. He also said 2% distortion is about the best you can expect, but that's a heck of a lot better than the later iterations like the MW (Muddy Water) series that ran about 6-8%.
----- Original Message ----
From: M. K. Hess <mkhess at kias.org>
To: amradio at mailman.qth.net
Sent: Wednesday, July 23, 2008 6:49:12 PM
Subject: [AMRadio] Finaly got the "Dream Rig"
Being an Ex-announcer, and Broadcast Engineer, I’ve always wanted a
commercial rig here at the home QTH for “proper” AM communication
On 160M. Well, I finally did it! Just bought a nice Gates BC-1H transmitter
for conversion to 1885, AM, 160M use!
I’m SO looking forward to getting it home, getting it fixed up, and On The
Anyone w/ Hints and Kinks about this Xmitter….. Get in touch!
M. K. Hess
415 Eastland Drive
Charles Town, WV. 25414
FAX = 304-728-3783
mkhess at kias.org
QA Director, Paxfire Inc
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