"Knut Otterbeck" <knut.o...@chello.no> wrote in message news:<oOJca.13910$oe.20961@amstwist00>...
This was just the kind of information I was looking for , thanks so much for
So there's no point in using the cable for the "Extra" DX-BC (AM/FM) Filtering Circuitry for other receivers then the FRG-7700 ,then?
If the radio/receiver has dual antenna inputs the FRT-7700 can be use
with both of the radio's antenna inputs. Then the Radio's Antenna
Selection Switch (A/B or 1/2) can be used to select one of the two
outputs (DX-BC or SW BC) from the FRT-7700.
REMEMBER: The FRT-7700 has its own Antenna Selector Switch (A/B) on
its front panel. So the FRT-7700 can be set-up to 'match' and 'tune'
both an External Random Wire Antenna for Shortwave and a Indoor Loop
Antenna for AM/MW.
First and foremost I am going to use the FRT-7700 with a Grundig Satellit 400. A very capable, smooth, and sensitive radio. But the Satellit 400 easily overloads , and needs a little help when trying to cope with wire-antennas and such....
The FRT-7700 is has 'selectable' 0, 10, 20, 40 and 60 dB Attenuator on
its front panel to help in dealing with antenna overload.
Very useful information from all contributors. I am resurrecting my communication receivers' interest, considering the ICOM's 8600, and in the process resurrecting the potential use of the FRT-7700, which has been sitting in its box since several years,Greetings, Knut Otterbeck, Oslo - Norway
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