The Official "Show Us Your Shack" Thread

Discussion in 'Ham Radio Discussions' started by N0AMT, Jul 26, 2013.

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  1. KE0ZU

    KE0ZU Ham Member QRZ Page

    Yeah, it is kinda cool. The original manufacturer was local here in Kansas City, and part of the sale to hallicrafters was that they would continue to use the name.
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  2. K1SZO

    K1SZO XML Subscriber QRZ Page

    • ICOM IC-7610
    • Yaesu FT-450D
    • Kenwood TM-V71A
    • Palstar LA-1K
    • Heathkit SB-221 /w 10m module, standby switch added, all Harbach upgrades including Soft-Start module.
    • Palstar HF-Auto tuner
    • Palstar AT1500DT Manual tuner (not pictured)
    • Vibroplex VibroKeyer
    • Daiwa CN-901
    • Astron VS-50M Power Supply
    I also have FlexRadio 6400 /w Maestro, but that radio is setup remotely and the Maestro is a different desk in the same room.

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  3. K8BZ

    K8BZ Ham Member QRZ Page

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  4. AC5MU

    AC5MU Ham Member QRZ Page

    AC5MU Station.jpg

    I finally got around to posting my bio on my QRZ page tonight, after about a year of studying and acquiring all my licenses. My shack is still work in progress, but here you go.
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  5. KC3MXI

    KC3MXI Ham Member QRZ Page

    out of curiosity - what is the tan device all the way to the right? Nice shack BTW.
  6. WZ7U

    WZ7U Ham Member QRZ Page

    Looks like a mechanical gray line display to me.
  7. AI6KX

    AI6KX Ham Member QRZ Page

    Antenna rotator controller. The dial face is a polar map, no big deal. The Japanese manufacturer is EMOTATOR, and the company seems to be going out of business as the proprietor ages and it runs down inventory, but it is highly regarded in Japan and countries where it was marketed. I was given mine but had to a complete overhaul and find the fault in the controller.
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  8. VE3PP

    VE3PP XML Subscriber QRZ Page

    I owned the SX-117/HT-44 combo and sold it and I am still kicking myself in the ass for doing that. :( I didn't have the amp. But that SX-117 is one sweet receiver and I got great audio reports on the HT-44. I wish the SDR sites had been around back then (oh wait, I didn't have internet then!) because it would have been nice to listen to myself on that transmitter.
  9. KC3RN

    KC3RN Ham Member QRZ Page

    After using some modern rigs, I went backwards in time:

    Kenwood TS-530 with MC-50 mic
    AT-230 Antenna Tuner
    SP-230 speaker
    Icom IC-746

  10. W2JKT

    W2JKT Ham Member QRZ Page

    Hi, my name is W2JKT, and I'm a radioholic...

    I built another Windom and added another radio I had sitting in the closet. The 850 has a very nice receiver in it. Using the RF out on the 590sg to add a CubicSDR-based FT8 receiver, so now monitoring 4 bands at once: 80, 40, 30, and 20. This week some time I will use my last balun to build a 6m monoband dipole for the TS-690.

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