Village Seven Amateur Radio Club (V7ARC)
KCOHPS / KCOHPT
Silver Eagle D-104 on Top
MFJ 4245 Power Supply
MFJ 267 Dummy Load/Power-SWR Meter
Photo is Toni (a very special young Lady!)
Yaesu FT-857 with MD-100 Mic
Below the monitor from left to right:
Radio Shack HTX-252 2 meter FM transceiver.
Heathkit GC-1000 clock.
Yeasu FT-847 HF/VHF/UHF AM/FM/SSB rig. On top of it is a Radio Shack DSP unit that I only use as an amplifier and volume control for the Yaesu below it.
Kenwood TH-D72 dual band HT.
Baofeng UV-5R dual band HT.
Behind these are an Astron RS-35A power supply and a Yaesu FC-20 antenna tuner.
Top shelf above the monitor are a few of my AM/FM broadcast and shortwave receivers. From left to right:
Blaupunkt Vienna 21103 AM/FM/SW receiver. On top of that is a GE Superadio 3 AM/FM receiver.
Grundig G5 AM/FM/SWS/SB portable receiver.
Radio Shack DX-398 AM/FM/SW/SSB portable receiver.
Zenith D7000Y AM/FM/SW receiver.
Ft-857D - battery powered,
inverted V's for several bands. And a YT-100 tuner for the rest. TR-296FDX 11 meter. IC-2000 2 meter. Radio Shack DX-390 shortwave reciever.
This Ray KG0SS with a portion of his equipment.
The radio pictured is his Swan 700 and 2 D-104 mics. Not pictured are his Kenwood TS-950 and Icom IC-275a 2 meter all mode.
The photo in the upper left corner is when Gerry was a Frashman in High School and also ran a successful radio/tv repair shop. The young lady is his younger sister.
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Top: Kenwood TS-2000
Bottom: Kenwood TS-590SG
Tokyo Hi Power HC-2000 Tuner
Dentron Clipperton L Amp.
Microphones: Left to Right:
Heil PR-781 Boom Kenwood MC-90
Top of Hutch Collection:
2 Astatic D-104
Electro Voice Model 638
Electro Voice Model 975 (Crystal)
Your guess is as good as mine but I like it.
Send me a couple photos of your "pride and joy" shack and show it off to everyone!
V7ARC SHACK PHOTOS