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Author Topic: N9EWO, Dave's Radio Receiver Page  (Read 5050 times)
WA2ONH
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« on: July 26, 2014, 08:52:07 AM »

Welcome to "Dave's Radio Receiver Page". Here is my little spot on this earth to pass along my experiences and or comments about "Radio Receivers", as well as other gizmos that I use in my radio monitoring / recording ventures. My main focus is in the "Shortwave" part of the radio spectrum. A few other radio related items have been thrown in too , including amateur radio equipment reviews and views that may not be directly related.

Thank You for stopping by and enjoy your visit to this webpage.....Dave N9EWO


LINK: http://webpages.charter.net/n9ewo2/

Enjoy!

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RENTON481
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« Reply #1 on: July 31, 2014, 08:35:53 AM »

Nice page, that's a lot of radios you've tested and used.

I agree on your assessment of the FRG-7 and DX-398.

RE: Sangean 803A: it actually has good sound, you just have to use the headphones -- it has a nice rich sound that way. The tuner knob feels cheap but actually lasts a long time if not misused.

RE: Drake SSR-1: I almost bought one of those once. Interesting radio, doesn't seem to get very good reviews, though.
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