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  1. Another plus one for the Lectro team. They sorted out my problem which I caused, with no fuss. Thank you Kasey.
  2. Thank you Karl. I have started a dialog via email with Kasey. I will call for Gerald and work through this. Tnx David
  3. lectrosonics smwb stuck in eu hybrid along with IFB and mode 3. Anyone now how to reset to factory? Firmware update did nothing. Perhaps a secret combination of button pushing!!
  4. I have no personal experience with either charger. I have been a ham for many years and used Motorola radios, batteries and chargers in the allowed amateur radio frequencies for most of those years. I currently have four Motorola radios along with the associated chargers. My experience has been their products are mostly bullet and idiot proof. If the price points and specs are similar I would go with the Motorola products every time. YMMV
  5. I have a 12' (365cm) 1/4 turn pole for many years. Overall a good pole. Fairly stiff, though there are some stiffer poles out there. Not a huge fan of the 1/4 turn. I prefer a full rotation locking collar. I have other poles that I used, it just happens to be the one in this length I have.
  6. Looking forward to September. I wish some of the dealers here in the states could do the upgrade.
  7. drpro

    Steam

    I have seen male talent have their pants steamed while still wearing them. Ouch
  8. Perhaps the new owners of SD have a say now. Looking for a return on their investment.
  9. Thank you John, for the additional info on the mounts. I have built four different versions of a Mini bag. Along the way, I bought a sewing machine, yards of fabric, fasteners, various aluminum pieces and many other items. I get wanting to hold costs until you decide what works best for you. David
  10. Nice John. The MakerBeam stuff is a neat idea. I think when I looked at the 8020 10 series, just a basic one foot piece of the extruded material was close to a pound. The MB at 10mm probably weighs 6-8oz per foot. I would offer if you decide to add the Hydra or just change things look at the birch plywood laminated carbon fiber. A 12x12x1/16" piece weighs about .43lbs. I am curious what you are using to support and manipulate the SNA antennas? David
  11. Glad to see the video of the making of the RA cans. I bought a pair when they first came out. Not sure who made them for Trew. I had to recable mine a few years ago. The insides looked like something my grandmother would have made. Kept the drivers and added better and improved sound deadening materials. Nice to know they have been improved.
  12. Also storing your batteries with the proper crystal can extend their life. Blue or green seem best. Back to the Jack Daniels
  13. And then Vitec comes along and buys Audiotonix
  14. Hang in there for the SRd receivers, reduced weight plus a familiar form factor. And digital.
  15. Matthias, over the years I have tried and used the configurations you tested. For me the Schoeps BLM-03c outperforms all of the others. ymmv
  16. +1 Cody. Invested in the Hydra system, so easy to plug in another receiver and you are off and running.
  17. SRd to go along with the new transmitters???
  18. John, my basic travel cover.
  19. Really nice John. We have been adopting and fostering for about the same length of time. They really are like potato chips. We also had one Galgo along with eight hounds over the years. Down to just two hounds at this time. Berry and Jack. Our last four greys have all been black ones.
  20. My apologies for bringing "Paint your Wagon" into the discussion. Larry's postings bring out the musicals that I have enjoyed over the years.
  21. Yea, another greyhound owner. How many hounds and how long have had greyhounds, John?
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