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From: "Robert Nickels" <ranickel@mwci.net>
Date: Sat, 21 Oct 2000 20:08:45 -0700
Subject: [Hallicrafters] FS: Hallicrafters SWL receivers 
Message-ID: <020b01c03bd6$b0d89d00$9c0ccfd1@quantex>


I'd like to find new homes for two nice Hallicrafters SWL receivers:
S-38E - grey hammertone case with the big slide-rule dial
S-120 - low profile version from the 60's

Both are in good cosmetic condition (but not perfect) and work, although
could use the usual TLC.
$45 each plus shipping from 61032.

Thanks and 73,
Bob W9RAN






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From: "Duane Fischer" <dfischer@tir.com>
Date: Sat, 21 Oct 2000 20:45:20 -0400
Subject: Re: [Hallicrafters] SX28 and 28A
Message-Id: <200010220048.UAA15468@listserver.qth.net>


And then there are the silver faced SX-28's. I know of three, there are probably
many more. The one in Ohio certainly appears to be of factory origin. So the
mysteries continue ...	
	
I wonder, if the ones shipped to Europe during WW2 were the ones Guido is
speaking of?	
	
DBF

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From: Guido Santacana <laffitte@prtc.net>
To: hallicrafters@qth.net
Subject: [Hallicrafters] SX28 and 28A
Date: Saturday, October 21, 2000 6:49 PM

I have been following the discussion on he differences between the 28
and 28A. There is another version of the SX28 in which the position of
the adjusting pads for the different bands is different than those of
the original 28 and A. This is the milSX28 which I suppose is a military
version. Check on the BAMA site and you will find manuals for the three.
It seems that this version was an intermediate between the 28 and 28A.
This is the version that I had and believe me, neither the 1941 SX28 or
the later 28A manuals will serve to adjust this one. It looks more like
an original SX28 but there are differences in positioning of the above
mentioned ceramic pads and the tuning knobs are the same as the SX28A.
This is an original radio. Nothing has ever been changed here. Coil
forms are as in the 28. I then declare this the intermediate SX28. I'm
sure than someone else has one like it.

Best 73s
Guido Santacana KP4FAR


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From: "William L. Howard" <wlhoward@gte.net>
Date: Sat, 21 Oct 2000 20:05:47 -0400
Subject: [Hallicrafters] Misc radios
Message-Id: <200010220010.TAA41351140@smtppop2pub.verizon.net>


Anybody interested?


> From: Rick <pzjagd1@earthlink.net>
> To: wlhoward@gte.net
> Subject: Radios
> Date: Saturday, October 21, 2000 7:16 PM
> 
> Bill,
> 
> From time to time you post info on WWII radio equipment. We are cleaning
> out my dad's garage and he has a lot of 50's and early 60's "stuff".
> Tubes, manuals, radios, TV's, ociliscope, ect. Don't know what works for
> sure, but I'm sure the TV's DON'T. Most tubes still in boxes. I plan to
> take some digital pictures tomorrow, which I could send. Anyway, can you
> put me in touch with someone who would be interested is it? A collectors
> club perhaps.
> 
> Rick

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From: Guido Santacana <laffitte@prtc.net>
Date: Sat, 21 Oct 2000 19:49:33 -0300
Subject: [Hallicrafters] SX28 and 28A
Message-ID: <39F21D7C.2C04E5BB@prtc.net>


I have been following the discussion on he differences between the 28
and 28A. There is another version of the SX28 in which the position of
the adjusting pads for the different bands is different than those of
the original 28 and A. This is the milSX28 which I suppose is a military
version. Check on the BAMA site and you will find manuals for the three.
It seems that this version was an intermediate between the 28 and 28A.
This is the version that I had and believe me, neither the 1941 SX28 or
the later 28A manuals will serve to adjust this one. It looks more like
an original SX28 but there are differences in positioning of the above
mentioned ceramic pads and the tuning knobs are the same as the SX28A.
This is an original radio. Nothing has ever been changed here. Coil
forms are as in the 28. I then declare this the intermediate SX28. I'm
sure than someone else has one like it.

Best 73s
Guido Santacana KP4FAR


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From: Fabio Liberatori <liber.fab@iol.it>
Date: Sat, 21 Oct 2000 17:24:50 +0200
Subject: [Hallicrafters] Still need SX-115 coils...
Message-Id: <a04320401b61764fdfaf6@[151.15.78.172]>



      Hello Hallipeople,
                        I'm still in urgent need for some SX-115 
coils, the Hallicrafters part number for the coils I need are the 
following :


L 20/24  Oscillator coil (40 and 10B Meters)        part # 051-003104

L 12     Mixer coil (40 Meters)                     part # 051-003098

L 15     Mixer coil (10 Meters)                     part # 051-003102



If someone has a 115-junk or spare coils available please let me 
know, thank you very much indeed !!

          Best 73,
       Fabio, I0LBE

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From: Al Parker <anchor@coastalnet.com>
Date: Sat, 21 Oct 2000 09:41:50 -0400
Subject: Re: [Hallicrafters] Saturday HCA 40 Meter Net Alert!
Message-Id: <3.0.6.32.20001021094150.008e8c90@mail2.coastalnet.com>


Duane,
    Since you think all replies should be to the whole list, here's a
question for you:
Is today's 40m net the last one?  Are you giving it up?
    Last week you said:    "Saturday October 14th is the second to the last
regularly scheduled HCA 40 meter net. October 21st is the final one. After
that the Halli Kid's Day is on October 28th and 29th."
	I missed the shortened 40m net last week, did you make a more specific
announcememnt?
    Inquiring minds want to know.
73, & CUL,
Al, W8UT
New Bern, NC
BoatAnchors appreciated here
anchor@coastalnet.com  or anchor@ec.rr.com
  (both work now, coastalnet will go away soon)

And remember; "-They donīt make tubes nowadays like they used to..."

At 10:48 PM 10/20/2000 -0400, Duane Fischer wrote:
>
>	
>Remember the HCA 40 meter net on Saturday October 21st. It begins at 1:00 PM
>EDT, (1700 UTC), on 7.280 Mhz lsb. After last Saturday's funless fiasco I am
>hopeful of actually being able to hear a state other than Delaware. (grin) 	
>	
>In the 'for what it is worth' department:	
>	
>My upgrade to Extra class was approved by the FCC on Friday October 13th!	
>	
>Remember there will not be a regular HCA 40 meter net on Saturday October
28th.
>that is the first day of the Hallicrafters Happy Halli-Ween weekend special
>event. See the details to follow in a separate post.	
>	
>Duane Fischer W8DBF
>
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From: Jim Hill <slimjimzz@home.com>
Date: Fri, 20 Oct 2000 23:29:00 -0700
Subject: [Hallicrafters] Re: SX-28 vs SX-28A
Message-Id: <4.3.2.7.2.20001020232643.0281cac0@mail>


Check http://www.qsl.net/wa2whv/hallicrafters.shtml and look for the part 
describing the differences between the SX-28 and SX-28A . Plenty of info, 
including pictures.
73's Jim, W6IVW


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From: "William L. Howard" <wlhoward@gte.net>
Date: Fri, 20 Oct 2000 23:55:20 -0400
Subject: [Hallicrafters] The latest from your FCC
Message-Id: <200010210400.XAA41599765@smtppop2pub.verizon.net>


From: Bill Douglas to numerous people who care.  The link below takes you
to the Federal Communications Page, and to the 10-4-00 publicity release
where they summarize a ruling on a recent 60-day suspension of "Political
and Editorial Personal Attack Rules"  This two-page ruling was faxed to me
on 10-20-00 by a person at RSR Distributors in Orlando, FL after he and I
discussed the suspension of the broadcast fairness doctrine.  As I read it,
the gist of this "60-day suspension" is that broadcasters don't have to
notify a candidate or give him equal time for a chance to respond to any
programming of the broadcaster which negatively attacks that candidate. 
The FCC claims that AFTER the 60-day suspension is overwith, they may or
may not change the original language of the doctrine.  In other words,
right during the 60-days of election time, they decide it's okay for
stations or candidates to slam their opponents without giving them equal
time to respond. And, after the 60-day period is over, the FCC might just
decide that the rules previously in effect should never have been suspended
and go right back to the way it has always been!  It might not have much
affect on the Presidential race, but it sure as hell could have a serious
effect on hundreds of Senate and House races all over the country.  On the
FCC Homepage Site, it states that the FCC Chairman and members are
"appointed by the President and Senate..."    Maybe we've read this wrong,
but it seems to stink to high heaven if we've interpreted it correctly.   
http://www.fcc.gov/Bureaus/Mass_Media/News_Releases/2000/nrmm0041.txt
<http://www.fcc.gov/Bureaus/Mass_Media/News_Releases/2000/nrmm0041.txt> 
Where will it all end?  Bill D.   


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