[AMRadio] 32V-2 or 32V-3


gerry germany kc5ygc1 at gmail.com
Thu Dec 1 14:33:54 EST 2011


Well said my 32v1 has been on 75m 3 years and no plans to change.And yes
they are a bear to work on.

On Thu, Dec 1, 2011 at 1:29 PM, Warren Elly <w1gud4 at gmail.com> wrote:

> Actually there is more difference than that...
>
> one key difference is handles on the front panel... ask someone with a
> 32v2 how they like hefting it around without them...
>
> another key difference is the redesign (discussed here) of the final
> circuits for TVI. believe me as a former owner of a 32v3 tuning is tighter
> than a ... well, you get the idea. It would be atop my most difficult to
> tune transmitters list, after 46 years of hamming and broadcast work. Its
> not impossible, but tight, very tough tuner.
>
> Now, when the guys start saying BS... ask them how often they changed
> bands? Mine stayed on 10 meters for a decade...
>
> final point... level of difficulty to work on... HIGH.. very very small
> quarters... ask any collins man...the only thing worse is a KWS-1...
>
> my 1 cent...
>
> 73, Warren W1GUD
> FLORIDA AM GROUP  www.flamgroup.com
>
>
> On Nov 30, 2011, at 3:31 PM, sndtubes at vacuumtubes.com wrote:
>
> > There isn't much difference except for tvi shielding.   Excellent,
>  stable transmitt
> >
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> > Subject: [AMRadio] 32V-2 or 32V-3
> >
> > Which is best? 32V-2 or 32V-3 for good quality AM, I am looking for a
> > desktop transmitter to go with a 75A-4 rx Pro's and cons?
> > 73 Max
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