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April 27, 2011

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Terry

Try a loop antenna, which you can rotate to null the noise from computers, power lines, etc.

http://www.kr1st.com/swlloop.htm

Steve

Huh, sorry you're having problems with your G6.

I bought one of these for my dad, and, er, "tested" it before giving it to him. I found it to be just as sensitive as my Sony 7600, and with better speaker sound to boot. Also, bandscanning was easier with the G6's thumbwheel (the Sony has tuning buttons instead of a knob, which for me is its biggest drawback).

Good luck, hope you can get better performance out of your radio.

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