My Little Listening Desk

03msc

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Very neat and clean setup - looks like you have everything covered! Nicely done!
 

MDScanFan

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That’s a nice clean setup. No visible coax!

Can you please give us an idea what you listen to on each the various radios? And what do you use for antennas?
 

TailGator911

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Very nice setup. Very clean, ok too clean, please provide pic of radio station in use? What it looks like when it's humming :) j/k, I am one of those that like the lived-in look. Gotta be a newspaper or a wad of Kleenex or a coffee stain somewhere?? lol
 

unclebubba

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I like to keep my desk clean. It's the OCD part of me.

I am less than 3 miles from a state 800mhz tower so for 6 of the radios I can actually get away with using the stock antenna on the back, making it the shortest height and folding them parallel with the radio in back. I get great reception so I find no reason to change it and run more wires. Four of the digital radios scan individual counties. The other two I use in search mode. I have a discone antenna on the roof for the 2 non-digital radios. Mainly use them for ham monitoring and listening to Skywarn nets. Most of what I want to listen to in Minnesota is digital now.
 
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