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In Reply to: RE: Radio Australia Abandoning Shortwave posted by FRG7SWL on January 27, 2017 at 09:12:52
Sorry to hear this.
I guess they can't compete with what - the internet?
How is that "service" in your area - during inclement weather?
Charles, since this board doesn't do private messages, I just looked for your most recent post. If you're still looking for the Krohn-Hite UHR-225 manual, I just found a copy. Email tbavis(at)rochester(dot)rr(dot)com
Thanks very much but I don't remember needing that manual, and don't remember having that Krohn-hite model number. What was it?
Well, it WAS eight years ago... it's a HV power supply, 0-500V. I have uploaded a copy to one online test equipment resource, somebody may be looking for it.
Stellar Stellavox, via ICOM R-75, Sony ICF-2010, & Yaesu FRG-7. Will miss hearing Radio Australia's signal booming in around the Sutter Buttes up in Gridley on Grundig Yacht Boy 400, also. Mayhap ITunes will include Radio Australia on their international portal. Just like Radio Nederland Wereldomroep did when they abandoned their shortwave service.
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