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ve3kfq

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Here's a couple pics of my set up.
4 MCS2000's, VHF,UHF,800,& 900 Mhz
Mototrbo XPR 4550
Yaesu FT-857
Yeasu MD-100 Desk Mic
YT-100 Tuner
Bearcat 796d & 780xlt
Ham 5 Rotor controller
HLLY FM Transmitter
Motorola RMN5050a Desk Mics
XTS 5000r UHF Handheld
Mototrbo XPR 6550 UHF
2 MTX 838 UHF & 800
3 MTX 900 Mhz
ICOM W2A
6 Motorola Mobile Speakers

Not in the pics...
4 MCS2000's
Yaesu FT-7800
Mototrbo XPR 4550
2 GTX 900 Mhz Mobiles
Uniden Solara Marine Mobile
Pro 2004 ModifiedScanner
Bearcat 890XL Scanner
MFJ 4542M 40amp Power Supply
Astron RS-35M 40 Amp Power Supply
Maco ps-45 Power Supply
6 Motorola RMN 5068 Desk Mics
Also not in the pics... The Wife, The Cat, Kitchen Sink...lol
 

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Skypilot007

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My kind of shack in deed. Nice! Love all those model III mcs2000's. I have quite a collection of those myself. Great radios!
 

70cutlass442

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Awesome!

What do you use the FM transmitter for? are you able to host LBFM stations there in CA then here in US?
 
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Question on your MD-100.... I have that same desk mic but mine is stock, what did you use for the foam pop filter on it, standard mic replacement foam sock or?? Looks great!
 

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question on the speakers, I'm seeing the four corner mount that you have them mounted with, does Moto make that or are those home brew?
 

ve3kfq

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Shack Pics...

Thanks for all the great response's and to answer a few of the posted question's...Here goes...

The ht's are for our local 800 & 900 trunking systems here in the Toronto area as well as uhf repeaters on the ham bands including the p-25 and soon to come trbo system (I hope).

The fm transmitter is just for playing around with on the fm band, mainly to broadcast throughout the house and a few neighbors on either side.

The MD-100 mic pop filter is just one I took off my Heil mic and got lucky that it fits.

The Motorola speaker mounts are sold everywhere they sell car audio, they are used to hold the mesh screen that you put over the sub woofer speakers.

As far as "Not a single stray wire to be seen" ...lol...You would not want to look behind the console, but they have to be somewhere, as long as I can't see them, they don't exist.

Cheers
 
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