If one already has an Eton E100 with the filter modification, would
there be any advantage to having a Sony SRF-T615 ?
Most important consideration here is selectivity for split-channel
foreign DX. Sensitivity and overload immunity are a bit less critical
since an external passive inductively-coupled loop can be brought into
play when necessary. For higher grade audio for casual listening
and "non-rare" DXing, I have any number of other suitable ultralights /
semi-lights already. For standalone good sensitivity I have the Kaito
KA1103 which of course is not technically an ultralight, though still
very compact for travel usage.
In short, would there be any point to dropping over $100 on an SRF-T615
in my situation ?
Mark Connelly, WA1ION - Billerica, MA, USA
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Tim Davisson" <kd8gz@...> wrote:
just a few minutes ago I ordered one.