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Retired Army Cavalry Scout

Likes: 50s-80s pop music, Oldtime Radio broadcasts, especially the dramas. Ham radio, Computers, Muscle Cars.
Motorcycles (inline fours) Hunting and the usual Ozark type things.

You can see my radio setup below.  The IC-736 was the first model hf rig I ever owned (i cut my hf teeth on a loaner swan 260).  I traded it away for a newer version but missed it sorely.  An IC-736 is once again my main rig.  You can see it seperated from its twin brother, the IC-738, by their little brother, the IC-821h.  The twins are always bickering about who is cooler.  "i've got a built in power supply!","well you can't run off the 12v solar/battery bank without a lossy inverter!","well i've got the 6m band","yeah, it makes you look fat too!".  The IC-730 will be heading to a fellow ham when he upgrades his ticket.  The Yaesu FT-817ND is the heart of the QRP station.  It goes in the motorhome when we get to go camping.  With it is the Small Wonder Labs PSK-20 transceiver.  The QRP station sits on the PK-232MBX/DSP.  Drop in charger for the IC-T90A as well.  On the pull out keyboard drawer is the Radio Shack TRS-80 Model 102.  This is also part of the QRP station (radio 2) and is used through the PK-232 to 738 as well (radio 1).

If any kind soul wants to donate some SP20 speakers and an HM-14 and an MB-23 (with correct screws for the 821) and a UT-102 and a UT-84 and both AG-25 and AG-35, I'd appreciate it :)

While I'm a big computer hardware buff, I'll keep it short.  All self assembled.  AMD Phenom II x6 black, 16gb ram, ATI 7970 video out to a 3x1+1 eyefinity display.  3 monitors appearing as 1 super wide monitor with a 4th independant monitor via hdmi (this allows me to say watch a re-run of Quincy and hear the audio OR JT Alerts via hdmi isolated from any other sound device in the system).

Good health to all from Rexx-all...

Good DX and God bless.

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That's about it :)

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