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Old 04-25-2014, 10:25 PM
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This is my shack for 2014..

RADIOS:
ALINCO DJ-X11,ALINCO DX-R8 (2)
AOR-860MK2
COMMRADIO CR-1
DRAKE SSR-1,DRAKE-SW2,DRAKE-R8
GRUNDIG SATELLIT-750
ICOM-PCR1000,ICOM-PCR1500,ICOM-R2500,ICOM-R3,ICOM-R20,ICOM-R70,ICOM-R71A,ICOM-R75 (2)
KINETIC SBS-3
PALSTAR-R30A
REALISTIC-PRO2035
SANGEAN ATS-909X
TEN TEC-320D,TEN TEC-350D
UNIDEN-BCT15X,UNIDEN-UBC780XLT,UNIDEN-UBCD396,UNIDEN-UBCD396XT,
YAESU-FRG7

VHF/UHF RECEIVE ANTENNAS:
ICOM-AH7000 DISCONE
POLAR-214A DIPOLE
RADAR RAMA ADSB

HF ANTENNAS:
PAORDT MINI-WHIP ACTIVE ANTENNA
PK LOOPS 30M DIPOLE
WELLBROOK-ALA1530 ACTIVE LOOP
WELLBROOK-ALA1530AL-1 ACTIVE LOOP (2)


ANTENNA TUNERS:
MFJ-956 (4)

DSP SPEAKERS:
BHI NES10-2 MK2
BHI NES10-3 MK3 (3)

ROTATOR:
YAESU-G250

MULTICOUPLERS:
PK LOOPS PASSIVE HF 4 PORT (2)
STRIDSBERG-MC102 PASSIVE HF/VHF/UHF 2 PORT
STRIDSBERG-MC104 PASSIVE HF/VHF/UHF 4 PORT
STRIDSBERG-MCA204M ACTIVE VHF/UHF 4 PORT (2)
Regards Lino..
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Old 04-26-2014, 12:51 AM
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Wow. All I can say is wow.

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Old 04-26-2014, 8:18 AM
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Looks great, very nice shack!
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Nice Shack.
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Old 04-26-2014, 6:12 PM
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always looking good Lino
Keep it up
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I agree with "WOW". But isn't it all a bit excessive?
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Thanks everyone its not excessive at all i share a shack at dads place with over 50 receivers you can never have enough radios in my opinion..

Regards Lino..
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Very, very impressive!!
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I agree with "WOW". But isn't it all a bit excessive?

Not excessive in the least!. The more radios the better.
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Very cool setup. Nice shack.
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Nice balance/blend of HF and scanning receivers... tidy/practical installation
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great setup as always Lino. Gotta love the view of the Wellbrooks too
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Yeah many radios but Lino keeps the shack sensibly organized..and he USES them! Looks awesome Lino
Lino's lucky he has family who get the hobby-in the rare instance when someone sees my radios, their eyes glaze over, they turn into wood, and I have to carry them back out
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I'm back again just to say with awe, "WOW".

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Thanks the hardest thing is keeping the back of it tidy with all the adaptors,coax and i use 4 boards with 8
power points & its not enough..

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Great setup carmelof! Looking real neat.


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I agree with "WOW". But isn't it all a bit excessive?
No, not at all......... THIS is excessive:

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fxdscon must be a bad link. All I see is a man of obvious modest means enjoying a few radios, maybe he can't afford cable.
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Love seeing your shack Lino, it really is an RX'ers paradise. I feel your pain on power management. I am thinking of having one power supply and running all that I can on 12v.
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Hi ausscan got 2 power supplies Arista 10amp & Manson 23anp..

Regards Lino..
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Beautiful!! If I were you, I'd sit there at night with all other room lights off, fire up all your rigs with the volume levels off, and just bathe in the warm light of those radios. What a sensory experience that would be! Actually, I'm interested in your take on the performance of the BHI DSP speakers. I've been casually interested in those.
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