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    Default Analog Receivers


    Here I am daring to start a brainstorming session.

    I have an old Analog receiver. It is now in hibernation, among some other old junk stuff for a long time.

    Let the learned members of this forum think out the best use that these receivers are put to.

    Let me exclude one use A door_stopper.

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    Quote Originally Posted by az30094 View Post
    Here I am daring to start a brainstorming session.

    I have an old Analog receiver. It is now in hibernation, among some other old junk stuff for a long time.

    Let the learned members of this forum think out the best use that these receivers are put to.

    Let me exclude one use A door_stopper.
    apart from the last use you have mentioned
    we still have a few channels on arabsat, depending on your location,
    but when this will disappear, then even a boat anchor would do.

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    It can be used as a satellite radio receiver.
    I have read elsewhere about some modifications, will do a search & come back.

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    Quote Originally Posted by az30094 View Post
    Here I am daring to start a brainstorming session.

    I have an old Analog receiver. It is now in hibernation, among some other old junk stuff for a long time.

    Don't wake it up.
    regards from OZ bassett

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    Quote Originally Posted by bassett View Post
    Don't wake it up.
    Hi sir Bassett,
    wouldnt this be the right time to
    put castors or wheels on them and
    make the children use them as toys.
    later the children will also not need such toys
    they'll be old enuf and need real cars

 

 

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