- June 12, 2018 at 8:44 am #102377Part 15 EngineerParticipant
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Getting out of the low power broadcast biz, No i haven’t been busted.
just time to get out and liquidate and try a different hobby.
1 Talking sign TS100 in NEMA weatherproof Enclosure w/Mounts
3 Hamilton AM 1000 Rangemasters
3 GPS Disciplined Oscillators
1 Working Procaster
1 non working procaster
4 Broadcast vision / Waio Part 15 Certified FM tx’s
TFT EAS941A quad EAS RX Deck (AM/FM/WX/VHF Cards)
Sage EAS 1822
Wheatstone A50 18ch w/PSU
2 Symmetrix 528E mic processors
Aphex Compellor 320D
Optimomd AM 9100B2 AM Processor
Inovonics 235 AM Processor
Fox Greek Made AM Carrier current Transmitter 0-20W
LPB TCU-30 Coupler
Sterling Tube Condenser Mic
CAD Tube Condenser Mic
Henry Multiphones Headphone DA
2 Sony Headphones
2 Mic booms with mounts
REA USB SDR AM Mod monitor
2 Mic pop filters
1 Autopmation computer loaded with win 7 pro and radiodj along with a huge variety digital library loaded (no monitors / KB / Mouse must add your own)
1 Harris MS 15 FM Exciter adjustable microwatts to 15 watts
i have a spare 4ft rack in addition to the studio desk
Some Various rack shelves and Rack Panels
various unused rolls of copper and audio / power cables for studio and tx stuff
If possible i will turnover social media pages and websites.
you are also welcome to any other studio or am broadcast stuff i may find out in garage as part of this deal.
I will take $15,000 for everything will not split up at this time, must p/u in denver metro Cash only i’m looking to sell if my price is met. if not i will just hang onto everything.
this is nearly a complete turnkey setup.
if you are local i will offer out my engineering services to setup at $30/hr plus mileage.
system currently capable of 1560 / 1470 on the hamiltons everything else is agile.June 12, 2018 at 9:54 am #102381Part 15 EngineerParticipant
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also have a Gentner SPH3A phone hybridJune 12, 2018 at 11:14 am #102446ArtisanRadioParticipant
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Sorry to hear that you’re leaving the hobby. I’m sure you have good reasons.
That’s a lot of stuff.
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