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OK, for you dudes looking for POWER

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kb2vxa

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The usual CB talk out the behind and mockery Hamsexy is notorious for.

http://www.allindiaradio.org/NIT/Tenderenquiry-13/4CX-15,000_A.pdf

I see where they're coming from, like where are the driver stages? Where is the power supply? Where are you going to get the 480V 3 phase mains to run the beast without turning your house to ashes? When was the last time you saw a CB antenna in orbit?

LO firkin L!

Well, you DID ask me what I think. (;->)
 

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And I always enjoy your responses Warren! lol

I had to post this one for all those guys who think they need the power to get out...
480v 3phase most people never heard of, but I'm just wonderin' how many dudes here are wishin' and hopin'?! (ah, Dusty Springfield)
 

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Back in the mid 1970's in Ft lauderale Florida off of state road 84 in Davie Fl we had a 240v 5000-7500 watt amp with part of it needing a 12v dc supply to make it work? Roommate was a tv tech at the time and he made it work. Had jumper cables fron outside through the window and the 220v ac from the stove .Lights would dim some when i keyed the mic ! Lol You could feel the amp on your body when you keyed the mic. The fcc was on State Road 84 and almost caught us.lol In a few months we cooked the amp and a few radios at the time.30000 watts? 460 v ac ? Man that is power but who needs it ? That is used on radio or tv stations i think..
 

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Ah dunno thahr Spot, yer lucky ta have survahved thet Redneck CB contrapshun. A TV tech? That figures, he may have come too close to the A2 lead too many times. The lights would dim sum? Sum dum gai... chee shee kai dai.

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Looks a little small to be a 30,000 watt amplifier.

Would have to wonder who the owner was to be brave enough to advertise it like that.
 
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