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Categories | Transmitters: Vintage amateur | Hallicrafters HT-37 Help

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N6AF  Rating: 5/5 May 19, 2013 07:46  Send this review to a friend!
HT-37 "out of the barn"  Time owned: more than 12 months
When first licensed as a novice in '71, I used 'rock-bound' CW transmitters but my ham buddy's brother owned an HT-37 that amazed us with its VFO and mysterious "DSB" and "LSB" modes. More than 40 years later I started snooping around for one of these phasing method beauties in order to join the fun on the 80 meter AM nets. After several months of periodic searches on the Internet an ad showed up. "Hallicrafters HT-37 $50". One phone call later found me barreling down the freeway to pick it up. It worked after, according to the seller, sitting in storage for 25 or more years. Super audio reports with a JT-30 mic. Unbelievable to me how these rigs hold up. I get terrific audio reports, sometimes being told the HT-37 sounds better than my K3 in ESSB mode! I hope to hear you on the 80 m AM nets.

73 N6AF Chuck  
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