I'M LISTENING TO YOU :~)
- Jan 23, 2008
- Hammond, IN
I tried Synergy but it was kind of problematic for me. The right monitor is shared between the iMac (as the second monitor on it) and the Windows machine using the monitor's dual inputs. I have the digital (DVI) input connected to the iMac and the analog (VGA) to the Windows machine and I just toggle between them as needed.
Hey Rich!Yes, they are Carrier Operated lights from a design by N1SQB (http://forums.radioreference.com/un...-carrier-indicator-light-uniden-scanners.html).
They light up when the speaker is active. I will eventually have them on all of my scanners, but it is a lot of work.
Rich, you are a sick man, but it looks excellent.For years I have been thinking about racking my shack and I finally got around to doing it.
The shack has the Wife Seal of Approval for lack of wires and clutter. I still need to get on the floor and clean up the wires under the desk and shelves but that will wait for later... I also ran out of black rack screws so had to use silver ones until the resupply arrives.
Ditto. That'd be great. We'd not only get to see it but also hear it in action which I personally would really like to hear how active it is in there. Consider it if you have time. The pictures are great!Rich, have you thought about making a YouTube video of your new setup like the last ones you did in the past.
Rich I have somewhat of a technical question for you, I have the same thing as far as a racked set up with 4 Unidens, 2 996XT and 2 BCT15X as well as two CDM1250's and two amateur dual band mobiles all currently running of a Astron 35. My question is do you turn of the individual devices or just turn off the power supply essentially powering down the cabinet so to speak? I hate having to turn each scanner on and readjust the volume (since there is no real power switch) and I am leery of the shock of turning on the power supply under full load each time. Just curious how you handle it, not meaning to change the thread.