Tagged with Sangean ATSA. Guest Post: Revisiting the Realistic DX RadioShack ad for the Realistic DX Many thanks to SWLing. SANGEAN. MODEL: ATSA. World Band Receiver. Har noe. OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS. Page 2. 5 6. 78 9. 8. &. ・. にしの』. A good friend of mind persuaded me to get the new up and coming radio company Sangean, and the new ATSA for $ then. So, I went that route and.
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I have not found a radio that feels as well made, is as sensitive and overall as useful as this one. D-cells were available in the little BX wts the base, of course.
So weak signal handling isn’t an issue. Good pre-owned condition, tested, and is in good working order. You may not have any of those left. I once worked a VK6 from the Nevada desert back in using a 30 meter Ramsey xmitter and the A as the receiver. Contact the site with comments or questions.
All times are GMT A decent SWL receiver with external antenna and a preselector helps a lot too. I use it to listen to the airport weather beacons. Ars have since given my DX a place next to my bedside and have enjoyed listening to whatever I could find to listen to most nights. Skip to main content.
I chose not to bid, not wanting to draw attention to it. This one looked in fantastic shape and had no bids. Like a watched pot that never boils, I stared at the web page, refreshing it every couple of minutes.
While a radio like the Tecsun PL offers newer technology and the addition of an excellent synchronous detector, the DX holds its own against the newer technology. Please support the SWLing Post by adding us to your whitelist in your ad blocker.
Show less Show more. It said it would be days for delivery, but it was at my house in 3! Results 1 to 4 of 4. 803 only mod I’ve done on this one is the anti chuff and I may replace the FETs on the front end, it’s a bit noisier than I remember the other one being.
This portable was a DX king for me, and I still use it as my main bed-side radio today. Around the time it came out, the radio most of us had our eyes on was the venerable Sony ICF New to Ham Radio? That was at the bottom of a sunspot cycle by the way.
Sangean ATSA Sangean ATS Receiver
I have owned one of these since ‘s and ars never gave me a problem. The SW bands have been a bit quieter lately, so not much to report there. My Subscriptions Subscriptions Help. I hate the combined tone controls that most have now.
Sangean ATS 803a PLL Shortwave World Band Receiver Radio
If anyone has one they do not want I will gladly give it home. Another hour went by and another alarm had been set. Got one new way back when they first came out. Weak signals able to be heard along with powerhouses.
After playing with it last night and this morning, I found the FM side of things isn’t that good.
The signal was robust and clear as the familiar sound came booming in from Fort Collins, Colorado! I particularly like the separate bass and treble controls. These photos were from before the dipole broke and was replaced by an end-fed wire build from the pieces of the broken dipole.
This is my favorite.