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Help Me purchase a Good Shortwave Radio [<100$]- From Ind

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Hello

Postby radiopatel » Thu Mar 25, 2010 7:46 pm

If you are interested in Yaesu FRG 7700 reply me on radiopatel@gmail.com
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Re: Hello

Postby solitudine » Thu Mar 25, 2010 8:19 pm

radiopatel wrote:If you are interested in Yaesu FRG 7700 reply me on radiopatel@gmail.com


A query had been send.
Please respond soon. :D
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Re: Hello

Postby solitudine » Sat Mar 27, 2010 3:47 pm

radiopatel wrote:If you are interested in Yaesu FRG 7700 reply me on radiopatel@gmail.com

I am not a HAM, and I don't need any heavy and bulky receivers that you may have in offer, because I don't plan to talk and anything like that in HF. Neither do I need to listen to "people" in the air. All I need to listen is to commercial governmental/non governmental broadcasts from exotic locations. That is what my hobby is, primarily. I can't afford to sit at home and tune in with bulky sets. I often travel, and hence need something which I can carry all the time and listen to broadcasts directly from far away places, rather than newspapers etc. to keep in touch at times.

Off late, I have found that there are not enough options to choose from regarding portable shortwave receivers in our country, hence this post Online, seeking help from fellow DXers. :)
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Postby John T » Fri Apr 02, 2010 7:35 pm

Anyone, who might consider posting here under this thread, please keep in mind that I am looking for a good portable Shortwave Receiver, which operates in the 3-30MHz. frequency band effectively, and is easy enough to carry them while traveling


This looks more as if its their requirement than yours !!!

So many people have given their best replies to help you.Still you demand more...??

Cant you go and figure it out yourself??


Regards

John T
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Stay Away if you have nothin to share!

Postby solitudine » Fri Apr 02, 2010 7:46 pm

John T wrote:
Anyone, who might consider posting here under this thread, please keep in mind that I am looking for a good portable Shortwave Receiver, which operates in the 3-30MHz. frequency band effectively, and is easy enough to carry them while traveling


This looks more as if its their requirement than yours !!!

So many people have given their best replies to help you.Still you demand more...??

Cant you go and figure it out yourself??


Regards

John T


Sorry John, seems like you got me completely wrong over there.

I am indeed thankful to everyone who has ever posted and replied me, and you can see that if you read the thread throughly. I am not demanding anything from anyone. I just thought to elaborate further, since I started this thread.

Whether I could figure it out or not myself is something different.

Why are you trying to start a fight over it? It's evident, that posts like yours were highly encouraged under this thread. :D
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Postby John T » Fri Apr 02, 2010 11:02 pm

Why are you trying to start a fight over it? Any problem with you? It's evident, that posts like yours were highly encouraged under this thread. So, keep away from posting trashes if you have nothing to share anything. And learn how to interact in a public forum like this. No one has time for your trashes.



I never said i posted something useful...Neither i am fighting with you...

There are many people who posted useful information for the sake of helping you before i posted.

I just posted my view here. After all its freedom of expression.

I just wanted to motivate you to search yourself rather than asking so many people !!

But from your post, i understand that you are a complete dependent person !!! Not an independent Kind !

Probably My post hurted you, Sorry for that !!!

And finally please dont mind for this trash post once again !!!As obvious, A trash question will definitely have a trash answer too !!!


Regards
John T
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When you have no idea what is being discussed, better stop!

Postby solitudine » Sat Apr 03, 2010 1:53 am

John T wrote:
Why are you trying to start a fight over it? Any problem with you? It's evident, that posts like yours were highly encouraged under this thread. So, keep away from posting trashes if you have nothing to share anything. And learn how to interact in a public forum like this. No one has time for your trashes.



I never said i posted something useful...Neither i am fighting with you...

There are many people who posted useful information for the sake of helping you before i posted.

I just posted my view here. After all its freedom of expression.

I just wanted to motivate you to search yourself rather than asking so many people !!

But from your post, i understand that you are a complete dependent person !!! Not an independent Kind !

Probably My post hurted you, Sorry for that !!!

And finally please dont mind for this trash post once again !!!As obvious, A trash question will definitely have a trash answer too !!!


Regards
John T


No, nothing did hurt me. I am very much aware of such trash posts made my ignorants in a public forum such as this. I did noticed another of your three posts in this forum, which was also somewhat like that.

Infact, you are so much ignorant, that you can't even get to the meaning or the necessity of this post. I did a lot of search, only then did I felt the need to throw a question to all others. And I don't blame you, your location shows why you are oblivious of the situation being discussed in this thread.

Anyway, if you think such trashes are freedom of expression and you have every right to continue with that, then go ahead. Fill in with your trashes as much as possible, because the real intention of this thread seems to have been surpassed long ago.
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Postby veeanil » Sun Apr 04, 2010 3:05 pm

wonder if you have tried 20north....
heres the link
http://www.20north.com/search?keyword=s ... &min=&max=
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Thank you very much!

Postby solitudine » Sun Apr 04, 2010 7:53 pm

veeanil wrote:wonder if you have tried 20north....
heres the link
http://www.20north.com/search?keyword=s ... &min=&max=


Thank you very much for the above link. Well, I don't know how, but this somehow escaped my attention, and I am glad to be referred there by you.
Thank you once more. :D
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Postby Ramon Mayor Martins » Tue Apr 06, 2010 8:33 pm

In Brazil has a shortwave radio very efficient and cheap.
talk to me if interested

ब्राजील में एक shortwave बहुत ही कुशल और सस्ते रेडियो है
मुझसे बात अगर दिलचस्पी

http://www.motobras.com.br/Motoglobe_eng.htm

RM-PFD16x7 - Portable Radio Motoglobe

- Tunes FM, MW and 14 bands of Shortwave inside 7 bands
- Tunes 3 TV channels (VHF)
- It can tune amateur band in AM at 160m, 80m, 40m, 20m, 15m and 10m
- Power: 4 D cell batteries or 110/220V AC
- Authorized service repair available throughout Brazil

att.
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Postby bobbyks2000 » Thu Apr 15, 2010 9:34 pm

In Brazil has a shortwave radio very efficient and cheap.
talk to me if interested

ब्राजील में एक shortwave बहुत ही कुशल और सस्ते रेडियो है
मुझसे बात अगर दिलचस्पी

http://www.motobras.com.br/Motoglobe_eng.htm

RM-PFD16x7 - Portable Radio Motoglobe

- Tunes FM, MW and 14 bands of Shortwave inside 7 bands
- Tunes 3 TV channels (VHF)
- It can tune amateur band in AM at 160m, 80m, 40m, 20m, 15m and 10m
- Power: 4 D cell batteries or 110/220V AC
- Authorized service repair available throughout Brazil

att.
Ramon Mayor Martins - BRASIL



Sounds interesting !!! How to get it shipped to INDIA? Price?

I heard these days items are arriving late from abroad by all means.
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Regards,

Bobby
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Postby DT6011 » Sun Jul 11, 2010 11:06 am

Its all in ebay bro.. or you can visit the philippines. everything is cheap over there.. my friends went there and bought everything they want saying its all affordable there.
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Postby mvs sarma » Sun Jul 11, 2010 11:15 am

for purchasing a $100 item, make a trip spending $5,000 !! wah, Nice way.
Regards
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Re: Help Me purchase a Good Shortwave Radio [<100$]- From In

Postby Moulisan » Tue Feb 02, 2016 3:19 pm

I would recommend the Sangean AT-505. It's an excellent portable for SWL and you can get it for around $110 in the US. The best way is get someone to buy it in the US online ( http://www.hamradio.com/index . com) and bring it personally. There is no customs duty when brought in as personal baggage and you do not need a license to operate one.
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