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 on: Yesterday at 10:52:47 PM 
Started by KB2WVO - Last post by KB2WVO
hello .. to the upkeepers of eham..
why do the classifieds still load ads from 2012 Huh to me it slows down the loading and will waste of bandwidth. even if unlimited ..
i would think its sold or not for sale no more after 5 years Huh

just a thought. maybe a cut off date of say 3 months...  HuhHuh    cuts down the trash that loads... the c list site has a 45 day cut off.. works good no ??

just tossing it out there...

 on: Yesterday at 10:36:16 PM 
Started by W8JX - Last post by K2OWK
For D-104 prices check EBay. The Golden Eagle and Silver Eagle are the most expensive. Some are new in the box bring premium, but a standard D-104 can sell anywhere from $35 and up with the amplified base, depending upon condition. I have two both restored one I display and one I use on my Yaesu Ft-450AT with excellent audio reports even on FM. It is my favorite mike followed by the Electrovoice 729 cardioid mike for SSB VOX operation.



 on: Yesterday at 10:05:31 PM 
Started by W8JX - Last post by KC8KTN
I learned all my audio techniques on a D-104. Now iam a master. Have a joyous day and be safe..

 on: Yesterday at 09:53:08 PM 
Started by KE8HAG - Last post by KC8KTN
Watch out for the official observer's they will send you a bad boy demerit.I finally heard from the official oberservers club i can join for a small donation ..Wow.. Watch out for the wound to tight club official observer  ..Have a joyous day and be safe and have fun.Took my Extra test  .. . Now i can go anywhere.I love this hobby.

 on: Yesterday at 09:50:38 PM 
Started by W2IRT - Last post by WA7ARZ
I cannot get nap3 to even download to windows 10. It says it requires .net framework 3.5 but apparently only windows 7 can have it.

 on: Yesterday at 08:58:05 PM 
Started by KE4JOY - Last post by K3STX
Have you done any sort of IF/RF alignment yet? An out of adjustment rig can have all sorts of weird "hearing" problems. (Don't ask me how I know. )


 on: Yesterday at 08:51:06 PM 
Started by AD4U - Last post by K3STX
#1. The TS-830S is not a boatanchor!

#2. As much as I love the old rings, my experience is not the same. I LOVED my TS-850SAT, it was the best radio I ever owned. But was getting a bit old, so I bought a TS-590S a few years ago. I was CONVINCED the 850S was a "better" radio, but then, with the help of an A/B switch the truth was told: the new TS-590S was much more sensitive and could plainly hear things the TS-850S could not.

I was sad about this, and no longer own the TS-850S. I did not thin technology would REALLY make things better, but I was wrong. I suspect part of your experience is people WANTING the TS-830S to beat modern rigs, but I have a hard time seeing how a TS-830S could "beat" a K3 art anything.


 on: Yesterday at 07:41:55 PM 
Started by KW4GT - Last post by WW7KE
I bought an FT-450D a couple of months ago.  $780 new, and about $500-600 used.  I've been quite happy with it.  It replaced an Icom IC-7100, which I was never really impressed with.

I've had one for just over a year.  I love it, although it is far from perfect.  It certainly is not a contest radio, either on CW or SSB.  It just doesn't have the selectivity, and the DSP is rudimentary.  I've used it for SSB contests, including Field Day this weekend, but it has issues with both IF selectivity and audio quality.  But for what mostly I use it for (digital modes, connected to a PC), it works great.

 on: Yesterday at 07:34:48 PM 
Started by KE8HAG - Last post by WB6MMJ
The F.C.C. isn`t doing any enforcement other than trying to scare people into following the rules.
They won`t say it but they are done with enforcing Part 97.
It costs them too much money.
That`s why they have been deregulating Amateur Radio.
When the Government wants out of something, they deregulate it. That way they don`t have to deal with it after it`s unregulated.
The F.C.C. is letting Amateur Radio go the way of CB.
The only time the F.C.C. will be getting involved in enforcement is when a Amateur causes interference to another service.
In time, you will just have to sign a document saying you understand, and will follow, part 97, pay a fee, and you will be granted a Amateur Radio license.
That`s where Amateur Radio is headed. Good bye Amateur Radio as we knew it.
Bottom line is the F.C.C. isn`t going to go after you if you make a honest mistake. They won`t even go after you if you violate part 97 on purpose.

 on: Yesterday at 07:22:47 PM 
Started by W8JX - Last post by W8JX
Seems expensive to me...

I honestly have no clue what they might be worth but wanted to mention it.

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