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Old 23rd Jun 2021, 5:02 pm   #81
sweepthedog
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Default Re: Vintage Sears Silvertone radio safety question

One final comment I recommend the Tecsun AN200 antenna suggested by Gabe.
It picks up all stations now loud and clear and the adjustable tuning is great. Made static into full blown audio.
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Old 23rd Jun 2021, 5:46 pm   #82
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Default Re: Vintage Sears Silvertone radio safety question

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One final comment I recommend the Tecsun AN200 antenna suggested by Gabe.
It picks up all stations now loud and clear and the adjustable tuning is great. Made static into full blown audio.
Glad it worked for you.

There's a good thread on the pantry transmitter which we also discussed - I'm sure you've seen it.
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