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-991 with MD-100 Mic
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.
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 Antenna 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
Village Seven Amateur Radio Club (V7ARC)
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.
Below the monitor from left to right:
Radio Shack HTX-252 2 meter FM transceiver.
Heathkit GC-1000 clock.
Yeasu FT-991 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.
This Ray KG0SS with a portion of his equipment.