Question For MWB

Question For MWB

Post by DeWayn » Mon, 23 Feb 2004 05:59:55

I notice you own the S800, R75, and SW77. I'm curious to know which you use
most and for what. Or maybe you use one of the others most? I had an SAT 800
but didn't like it much. I've never tried an SW77.

DeWayne

 
 
 

Question For MWB

Post by Michael Brya » Mon, 23 Feb 2004 12:34:43



>I notice you own the S800, R75, and SW77. I'm curious to know which you use
>most and for what. Or maybe you use one of the others most? I had an SAT 800
>but didn't like it much. I've never tried an SW77.

Actually, right now I'm using the 6800W the most. Great audio, low noise floor.
 The R75 is what I use for hams and DX. Next is a toss up between the SW77 and
the 2010 with Kiwa filters. I like both for broadcast. Beside the bed sits both
the DX-398 and the SAT800, both primaily used for MW reception, using a RS
loop. The 7600G is the travel radio that I carry in my car and to the office.
It's in a carrying pouch with it's own AN-LP antenna.

I've made clear, in other threads, that I am also not too thrilled with the SW
performance of the SAT800. I prefer the 2010 slightly over the SW77.

But I'm sure Telamon will tell you that I lie so much that I probably don't own
any radios at all. Aren't we just so lucky?

Michael Bryant, WA4009SWL
Louisville, KY
R75, S800, RX320, SW77, ICF2010K,
DX398, 7600G, 6800W, RF2200, 7600A
GE SRll, Pro-2006, Pro-2010, Pro-76
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Post by RH » Mon, 23 Feb 2004 17:19:15

MWB,

"But I'm sure Telamon will tell you that I lie so much
that I probably don't own any radios at all."

Forget Telemon - San Francisco passed a law that you can not
'own' radios and that the 'term' "Radio Owner" is Politically
Incorrect.

You must now Call Yourself a "Radio Custodian" or better yet
a "Radio Care Provider".

? Do you have 'plenty' of Antennas to "Feed" Your Radios ?

? Have you 'assured' your Radios are "Protected" from EMF and ESD ?

? Are your Antennas a Low Noise Design that 'assures' the "Health" of
your Radios from becoming Fat and Bloated from Front End Overload ?

Oops! I Thought We Were Talking about PETS - Never Mind :o)

jftfoi ~ RHF
.
.



> >I notice you own the S800, R75, and SW77. I'm curious to know which you use
> >most and for what. Or maybe you use one of the others most? I had an SAT 800
> >but didn't like it much. I've never tried an SW77.

> Actually, right now I'm using the 6800W the most. Great audio, low noise floor.
>  The R75 is what I use for hams and DX. Next is a toss up between the SW77 and
> the 2010 with Kiwa filters. I like both for broadcast. Beside the bed sits both
> the DX-398 and the SAT800, both primaily used for MW reception, using a RS
> loop. The 7600G is the travel radio that I carry in my car and to the office.
> It's in a carrying pouch with it's own AN-LP antenna.

> I've made clear, in other threads, that I am also not too thrilled with the SW
> performance of the SAT800. I prefer the 2010 slightly over the SW77.

> But I'm sure Telamon will tell you that I lie so much that I probably don't own
> any radios at all. Aren't we just so lucky?

> Michael Bryant, WA4009SWL
> Louisville, KY
> R75, S800, RX320, SW77, ICF2010K,
> DX398, 7600G, 6800W, RF2200, 7600A
> GE SRll, Pro-2006, Pro-2010, Pro-76
> (remove "nojunk" to reply)

.
 
 
 

Question For MWB

Post by starma » Mon, 23 Feb 2004 23:58:54



> >I notice you own the S800, R75, and SW77. I'm curious to know which you use
> >most and for what. Or maybe you use one of the others most? I had an SAT 800
> >but didn't like it much. I've never tried an SW77.

> Actually, right now I'm using the 6800W the most. Great audio, low noise floor.
>  The R75 is what I use for hams and DX. Next is a toss up between the SW77 and
> the 2010 with Kiwa filters. I like both for broadcast. Beside the bed sits both
> the DX-398 and the SAT800, both primaily used for MW reception, using a RS
> loop. The 7600G is the travel radio that I carry in my car and to the office.
> It's in a carrying pouch with it's own AN-LP antenna.

> I've made clear, in other threads, that I am also not too thrilled with the SW
> performance of the SAT800. I prefer the 2010 slightly over the SW77.

Time for an R8B. :-)

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Post by Burr » Tue, 24 Feb 2004 00:27:40

This wasn't necessary brother!

Take the "chip" off your shoulder

Love Ya.


> But I'm sure Telamon will tell you that I lie so much that I probably don't own
> any radios at all. Aren't we just so lucky?

 
 
 

Question For MWB

Post by Telamo » Tue, 24 Feb 2004 04:53:21




> >I notice you own the S800, R75, and SW77. I'm curious to know which
> >you use most and for what. Or maybe you use one of the others most?
> >I had an SAT 800 but didn't like it much. I've never tried an SW77.

> Actually, right now I'm using the 6800W the most. Great audio, low
> noise floor.
>  The R75 is what I use for hams and DX. Next is a toss up between the
>  SW77 and
> the 2010 with Kiwa filters. I like both for broadcast. Beside the bed
> sits both the DX-398 and the SAT800, both primaily used for MW
> reception, using a RS loop. The 7600G is the travel radio that I
> carry in my car and to the office. It's in a carrying pouch with it's
> own AN-LP antenna.

> I've made clear, in other threads, that I am also not too thrilled
> with the SW performance of the SAT800. I prefer the 2010 slightly
> over the SW77.

> But I'm sure Telamon will tell you that I lie so much that I probably
> don't own any radios at all. Aren't we just so lucky?

Anybody that has read your past posts can tell you lie at the drop of a
hat. It will be a challenge for anyone to sort fact from fiction in this
post.

By the way how is the community service coming along?

--
Telamon
Ventura, California

 
 
 

Question For MWB

Post by N8KD » Tue, 24 Feb 2004 05:58:36





> > >I notice you own the S800, R75, and SW77. I'm curious to know which
> > >you use most and for what. Or maybe you use one of the others most?
> > >I had an SAT 800 but didn't like it much. I've never tried an SW77.

> > Actually, right now I'm using the 6800W the most. Great audio, low
> > noise floor.
> >  The R75 is what I use for hams and DX. Next is a toss up between the
> >  SW77 and
> > the 2010 with Kiwa filters. I like both for broadcast. Beside the bed
> > sits both the DX-398 and the SAT800, both primaily used for MW
> > reception, using a RS loop. The 7600G is the travel radio that I
> > carry in my car and to the office. It's in a carrying pouch with it's
> > own AN-LP antenna.

> > I've made clear, in other threads, that I am also not too thrilled
> > with the SW performance of the SAT800. I prefer the 2010 slightly
> > over the SW77.

> > But I'm sure Telamon will tell you that I lie so much that I probably
> > don't own any radios at all. Aren't we just so lucky?

> Anybody that has read your past posts can tell you lie at the drop of a
> hat. It will be a challenge for anyone to sort fact from fiction in this
> post.

> By the way how is the community service coming along?

Does anyone have any idea as to what MWB is actually doing for community
service?

- Show quoted text -

Quote:

> --
> Telamon
> Ventura, California

 
 
 

Question For MWB

Post by B Banto » Tue, 24 Feb 2004 10:11:36



Quote:

>Does anyone have any idea as to what MWB is actually doing for community
>service?

Hopefully debating stupid conservative idealogies into the dirt where
they belong.
 
 
 

Question For MWB

Post by Michael Brya » Tue, 24 Feb 2004 10:41:05

From: N8KDV, the Centurion


>Anybody that has read your past posts can tell you lie at the drop of a
>hat. It will be a challenge for anyone to sort fact from fiction in this
>post.

Yeah, which radios do you think I'm lying about? The 6800W? The R75? Maybe
folks should check the archives! I think you're balancing on the brink of
insanity, Telly, and that's not a lie...

Quote:

>By the way how is the community service coming along?

Come now, you have the capability of finding out that I was only assessed a
small fine. Not one minute of community service. Is lying by innuendo somehow
more "moral" than what you accuse me of? You, sir, are truly pathetic. I think
more people see that every day as you continue your small-minded vendetta.

Grow up.

Michael Bryant, WA4009SWL
Louisville, KY
R75, S800, RX320, SW77, ICF2010K,
DX398, 7600G, 6800W, RF2200, 7600A
GE SRll, Pro-2006, Pro-2010, Pro-76
(remove "nojunk" to reply)

 
 
 

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Post by Burr » Tue, 24 Feb 2004 12:12:34

Cool,
        Think I'll go have dinner. It's raining and the mud and snow are
falling. Guess we'll be on the front page tomorrow.

Burr


>>By the way how is the community service coming along?

> Come now, you have the capability of finding out that I was only assessed a
> small fine. Not one minute of community service. Is lying by innuendo somehow
> more "moral" than what you accuse me of? You, sir, are truly pathetic. I think
> more people see that every day as you continue your small-minded vendetta.

> Grow up.

> Michael Bryant, WA4009SWL
> Louisville, KY
> R75, S800, RX320, SW77, ICF2010K,
> DX398, 7600G, 6800W, RF2200, 7600A
> GE SRll, Pro-2006, Pro-2010, Pro-76
> (remove "nojunk" to reply)

 
 
 

Question For MWB

Post by Telamo » Tue, 24 Feb 2004 14:57:23



> From: N8KDV, the Centurion


> >Anybody that has read your past posts can tell you lie at the drop of a
> >hat. It will be a challenge for anyone to sort fact from fiction in this
> >post.

> Yeah, which radios do you think I'm lying about? The 6800W? The R75? Maybe
> folks should check the archives! I think you're balancing on the brink of
> insanity, Telly, and that's not a lie...

I think you are lying about all of them. I think making a list of radios
in your signature is just an attempt to deceive anyone reading your
posts.

Quote:

> >By the way how is the community service coming along?

> Come now, you have the capability of finding out that I was only assessed a
> small fine. Not one minute of community service. Is lying by innuendo somehow
> more "moral" than what you accuse me of? You, sir, are truly pathetic. I think
> more people see that every day as you continue your small-minded vendetta.

Well excuse me for asking how it was going. I guess it's not going to
well.

Why are you bringing up your past again? I thought you didn't like to
talk about it.

--
Telamon
Ventura, California

 
 
 

Question For MWB

Post by Burr » Tue, 24 Feb 2004 15:03:47

Telamon,
        Are you worthy to throw the first stone???

Burr

 
 
 

Question For MWB

Post by RH » Tue, 24 Feb 2004 18:05:39

MWB,

"Is lying by innuendo somehow more "moral" than what you accuse me of?"

If we get Electricity from Electrons ?

Do we get Morality from Morons ?

More On That Later ~ RHF
.
OBTW:  The "Innuendo" is called San Francisco's version of the
. . . "Last Tango in Paris"
.


> From: N8KDV, the Centurion


> >Anybody that has read your past posts can tell you lie at the drop of a
> >hat. It will be a challenge for anyone to sort fact from fiction in this
> >post.

> Yeah, which radios do you think I'm lying about? The 6800W? The R75? Maybe
> folks should check the archives! I think you're balancing on the brink of
> insanity, Telly, and that's not a lie...

> >By the way how is the community service coming along?

> Come now, you have the capability of finding out that I was only assessed a
> small fine. Not one minute of community service. Is lying by innuendo somehow
> more "moral" than what you accuse me of? You, sir, are truly pathetic. I think
> more people see that every day as you continue your small-minded vendetta.

> Grow up.

> Michael Bryant, WA4009SWL
> Louisville, KY
> R75, S800, RX320, SW77, ICF2010K,
> DX398, 7600G, 6800W, RF2200, 7600A
> GE SRll, Pro-2006, Pro-2010, Pro-76
> (remove "nojunk" to reply)

 
 
 

Question For MWB

Post by Stinge » Tue, 24 Feb 2004 23:06:35


Quote:> Telamon,
> Are you worthy to throw the first stone???

> Burr

The first hook was trolled so long ago, I don't think anybody can remember
why they're fussing with each other (other than knowing someone was rude to
them).

Enough with the venom.

"At the feast of ego, everyone leaves hungry."

-- Stinger