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January 31, 2010

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Ed

This remeinds me of the legendary Marantz 10-B FM tuner. Although about 40 years aold, it still sells for thousands of dollars. It boasts an oscilloscope display for precise tuning.

Scooby214

There is no jazz outlet in the Okla. City area. The closest one is KOCD in Okemah, OK. KOCD 103.7 is a 72kw class C1 that is 70 miles away. Not only is it difficult to get in due to distance, but the urban KVSP 103.5 is closer to me, and is a full 100kw class C at 1969 feet above ground level. On most of my radios, urban KVSP bleeds through on my smooth jazz music. It definitely harshes my smooth.

Brian

Angelo

E-Bay 320480169762
Interesting piece. Since it's made by Raytheon---maybe top secret defense plans are hidden in the cabinet.

Mike W

I wonder how the Sony XDR-F1HD would stack up against the T-100?

As for the Raytheon direction finder that Angelo found on eBay, I notice it's got AM broadcast band and (naturally, because it's meant for finding direction) a rotatable MW antenna...I bet it would be a real AM DXer if it's in good condition...

Scooby214

The Sony XDR-F1HD may be about the best modern "tuner" available when it comes to sensitivity and selectivity. This would be an interesting contest.

I have wanted to get an XDR-F1HD, but I would prefer to get one from a brick and mortar location, and Best Buy no longer sells them.

Brian

Angelo

E-Bay 180461638942
They spelled Grudig, Grundic.
Bidding is quite reasonsable so far, and not a lot of time left.

Angelo

E-Bay 300393137961
This is probably a good performer.

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