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My set up.

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Mar 23, 2003
Bainbridge Island, WA
I have had this set up since the move to Bainbridge island Washington.
What you see pictured is only a small part of the total set up .I have a small t.v to my
right and just beyond that is the family computer.That computer used by my mother,sister,and the kids...

In this image. Icom IC R75 Manual for my PSR 500 in large binder. Scanner stuff:Northwest frequency directory.

Pro2052-military air and some conventional frequencies for law enforcement agencies etc.
Pro2006 military air and othr conventional frequencies.

Portable scanners left to right . Pro96,I mostly use it for travel purposes. Some use at home.
Radio shack Pro97 .. Used for my scanner radio feed when I am out with the GRE/PSR 500.


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