Your installation - Nighttime View

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b7spectra

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Let's keep this simple. Take a picture of your setup at night showing what you see when it's dark!

Mine is here - RH96 (top), GE Orion VHF (middle), Kenwood 830 UHF (bottom).
 

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Nice mobile glowy-shiney things... here's a desk (monitors off)



and after some Scotch... (or messing with exposure settings)... hey, it's what I see sometimes! :D


 

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I love these "Night Shots!" Reminds me when i was a kid. My brother and I would sit in our bedroom at night, listening to all the police traffic and hams on the Mt. greylock repeater (which got me into ham radio myself). It was a real bonding memory.. that little scanner back light.. ah the memories.. Sorry to the OP if I totally got off topic.
 

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Triptolemus just gave me a psychedelic flashback with that awesome picture!!!

Mike
 

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Shack at Night

b7spectra's home shack is a closely guarded secret. The most recent pictures of it were taken in 1972. Rumors abound that he has a bank of XTL 5000's but it's all "TOP SECRET". Maybe one day we'll know....
 

b7spectra

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Like my good friend Metrofire31 says, it's all TOP SECRET! Metrofire31 knows there will be a sniper outside of his house if he divulges any of my secrets!

Let's keep showing off our equipment at night!
 

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Really, Mike:confused: St. Croix Tribal commission:lol::lol::lol: Oh, he doesn't have a home setup. He lives in his truck:D
Larry
 

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Here is mine. I turned off the monitor to make the room dark.

Left Stand
BCT15X
BCD996T
BCD996XT

Lower Monitor
HP-1

Right Stand
PSR-410
Pro-197
Pro-197

Far Right
BC898T
 

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far left: midget BC350A nestled underneath the Icom r71a on desk
to right of those: 1954 Hallicrafters sx-88
far right: BC785D perched atop the Icom r75 at the bedside


a shot of the top of the sx-88 and the soft glow of 20 tubes inside (throwin some heat baby)


and a video of the old boatanchor I shot a while back DXing in the dark:)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i6Vdre3zBKg
 
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Here is mine. I turned off the monitor to make the room dark.

Left Stand
BCT15X
BCD996T
BCD996XT

Lower Monitor
HP-1

Right Stand
PSR-410
Pro-197
Pro-197

Far Right
BC898T
Thats a nice picture and setup.I like the warm glows from the PRO scanners.
 

NYRHKY94

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There's nothing like the warm glow of a rack of radios

Left to Right
Top Row: Pro-197 / BCT15X / BC796D
Middle Row: Pro-197 / BCD996T / Pro-197
Bottom Row: BCD396XT / Pro-2096 & BC210XT / BC898T
 
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