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October 11, 2009

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Terry, the Old Fusser

Those hets are ear-splitting. That one isn't for me unless it has a narrow filter width you can switch to.

Val

Sound is matter. I agreed.

Hank

The video was a good idea, but why 10 minutes of just scanning the AM (MW) band? A demo of FM and SW would have provided us with a better overall look at the radio's capability (although SW reception is highly dependent on time of day).
Secondly, the AM scan appeared to show most stations as 1 KHz off, e.g., 791 vice 790. Was that operator problem or does the radio actually not zero in correctly?

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