Re: C.Crane Skywave Ultralight Radio-- First Impressions on MW

Gary DeBock

Hi Marc,
Thanks for the link photo of the AR-1733. It seems that many different companies have rebranded these radios, which are almost certainly made by the Redsun Company in China.
Actually Paul Blundell of Launceston, Tasmania (in Australia) has already written a very favorable review of the Digitech AR-1733, and posted in in our Ultralightdx message system at 
Paul states that the narrow DSP bandwidth works very well on MW, which sounds like the performance of the C.Crane Skywave in the 1 kHz DSP setting. In order to investigate the model, I'll see if I can track down an Australian seller willing to export a Digitech AR-1733 radio to the USA.
73 and Thanks,
Gary DeBock (in Puyallup, WA, USA)

-----Original Message-----
From: Marc Coevoet sintsixtus@... [ultralightdx]
To: ultralightdx
Sent: Fri, Dec 19, 2014 2:47 pm
Subject: Re: [ultralightdx] Re: C.Crane Skywave Ultralight Radio-- First Impressions on MW

Op 19-12-14 om 23:39 schreef D1028Gary@... [ultralightdx]:
> Hi Guy,
> Thanks very much for the useful link to the Elpa ER-C57WR's Owner's
> Manual.


This Elpa looks like the AR 1733

This ar 1733 has a "strange" feature: on sw, it will whistle when the
antenna is bend close to the ferrite ...


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