The Official "Show Us Your Shack" Thread

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

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  1. W5ACC

    W5ACC Ham Member QRZ Page

    I had a similar situation. But the scorpions and black widows kicked me out. So now even thing is in our extra bedroom.
  2. KA1DON

    KA1DON Ham Member QRZ Page

    I have one IC-7000, not really an HF guy though............ 20170501_084157.jpg 20170501_143348.jpg 20170501_143450.jpg 20170501_143503.jpg 20170501_143521.jpg 20170524_134547.jpg VHF / UHF / 900MHz, designing and building equipment other people operate............that's my thing.
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  3. VK6CS

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    Here's my shack: Yes... I know, all those knobs and dials and switches can be a bit overwhelming at times. I manage to muddle through most of the time though.
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  4. W8MIB

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  5. W8MIB

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    Last night I decided to clean up some wiring and move things around.... finished4.JPG
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  6. VE3PP

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    Well now I have a stack of Kenwood Hybrids!:)
    Bottom row, SP-230, TS-830S, VFO-230, AT-230
    Second row, SP-820, TS-820S, VFO-820, AT-200
    On top, second TS-820S and I have a VFO-820 lined up for that radio.
    Three MC-50 desk mics, and I am currently using a Heil GM-5 with the hybrids.

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  7. AF6LJ

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    Nice. :)
  8. KQ4MM

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    Very nice vintage Kenwood array there ..
  9. VE3PP

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    Thanks. Now I need a TS-520 and a TS-530 to complete the lineup! I am in no hurry to acquire those radios. If they come along at the right price I'll pick them up.
    The TS-830S line up, I only have $20 invested into it to change the band switch coupler.

    I paid $325 for the TS-820S and MC-50. Then I picked up the second TS-820S along with the VFO, tuner, speaker, MC-50, spare tubes etc etc for $225. The radio was not transmitting at the time but that has been solved. Need to replace the meter lamps. And I have lined up an external VFO for it for $40.

    So I do not have a lot of cash invested into the two stations.
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  10. KI7LGN

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    Nice table. (Must be, to hold up a squadron of battleship grey boat anchors... ;) ) Would like to find a SP & AT pair to match my TS-820S like that.


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