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Sweet Set up Gent !!Gotta love the hifi gear !!
Power Max Modulator By Exeron 2290
Several locals operate the sample transceiver and mic. All sound excellent. Smooth, loud and extremely clear. Great rig and imo one of two hiel mics that couple excellently with the 7300. Enjoy all the great reports you'll be getting. 73
The compartment you see with the coil, caps and tube is sealed with 14 screws, the blower motor is directly below the tube and forces air across the tube from below through the holes pictured, the exhaust holes are on the upper lid and it has a small white teflon ring screwed to it which drops down around the tube when the lid is installed.
Love those Henry's. Probably as popular now as when they were originally produced. Very nice beam. Nice photos.
Hope all is well, I got to ask. Would you like to sell the joker amplifer?
Do you get much interference from the pole line
Love the mics! What's the ad on the wall behind the silver ones?
When I say it must be very, very dark where your head is this might be what I'm telling you.
I'm actually looking for a military antenna mast/Tripod! This photo was taken from my DX spot here in Florence Oregon. It's an old logging road made before the highway. Line of sight is a sure thing if skip isn't rolling. Every time I go up I can get coosbay about 70 miles away, but visible from that position. My radios always change! I use a 148, a HR2510, a DX94HP. When this photo was taken I was using a DX55HP.
I've never had a set up in my vehicle. If I did I would imagine settings up a tripod, on a hill, or as in your case a mountain. Shooting skip or just point to point contact's must be most excellent while sitting in the spot this photo was taken. I'm curious of the location. I'm also curious about the setup that's on the other end of that coax. Great photo.
Ever figure out any mods on this board?
Half an hour to New Years Day Listen to LIVE CB Stream from Melbourne Australia here- http://www.youtube.com/c/Cqdx11/live
AMCOMM 730 WEST McNAB ROAD FORT LAUDERDALE, FLORIDA 33309
T-3242 is seen scratched onto the board.
My Uniden PC-122 has been tuned to RX & TX at an optimum level, but it looked like rubbish when using it. The LED meter was really annoying so I did the only thing possible to improve it to the max. Now it is my favoured radio that I intend to put on the workbench alongside my CPI CP2000 to really find just how good it is. I will also compare it to some ham radios my full call brother owns as well.