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selling old kit - best place ?
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Jim
2010-06-21 15:38:39 UTC
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I have a bunch of old kit to get rid of.
Where would you suggest is the best site ?

I think it's all too specialised for ebay, but I seem to recall seeing
an ad in RadCom for someting like fleamarket.com (that's not it).

Mainly Marconi Instruments test gear - sig gens, modulation meter,
frequency counter, lots of manuals. - Mostly damned old.
Also TV kit like PALto NTSC converters and reverse.

This is not intended to be a thinly vieled ad, though it could be
construed that way !

The tip remains an option, though it pains me to do it.

TIA.
Jim
Neil Evans
2010-06-21 15:50:58 UTC
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Post by Jim
I have a bunch of old kit to get rid of.
Where would you suggest is the best site ?
I think it's all too specialised for ebay, but I seem to recall seeing
an ad in RadCom for someting like fleamarket.com (that's not it).
Mainly Marconi Instruments test gear - sig gens, modulation meter,
frequency counter, lots of manuals. - Mostly damned old.
Also TV kit like PALto NTSC converters and reverse.
This is not intended to be a thinly vieled ad, though it could be
construed that way !
The tip remains an option, though it pains me to do it.
TIA.
Jim
I think you will find that www.fleamarket.org.uk fits the bill nicely.

G1HSG
Brian Reay
2010-06-21 16:20:28 UTC
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Post by Jim
I have a bunch of old kit to get rid of.
Where would you suggest is the best site ?
I think it's all too specialised for ebay, but I seem to recall seeing
an ad in RadCom for someting like fleamarket.com (that's not it).
Mainly Marconi Instruments test gear - sig gens, modulation meter,
frequency counter, lots of manuals. - Mostly damned old.
Also TV kit like PALto NTSC converters and reverse.
This is not intended to be a thinly vieled ad, though it could be
construed that way !
The tip remains an option, though it pains me to do it.
Why not put a list on here. You'd be surprised how many people "lurk".

There isn't a SINAD meter in there, is there?

I'm also after a "selective level meter" or Field Intensity Meter (a bit
like a manual spectrum analyser but generally restricted in frequency
coverage).
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73
Brian G8OSN/W8OSN
www.g8osn.net
Jim.GM4DHJ/ Mobile...
2010-06-21 17:26:18 UTC
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Post by Brian Reay
There isn't a SINAD meter in there, is there?
I'm also after a "selective level meter" or Field Intensity Meter (a bit
like a manual spectrum analyser but generally restricted in frequency
coverage).
73
Brian G8OSN/M3OSN
www.m3osn.net
or an Amstrad 901?......
Steve Terry
2010-06-24 11:45:02 UTC
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Post by Brian Reay
There isn't a SINAD meter in there, is there?
That was another kit Ambit R&EW did

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Chronos
2010-06-21 16:26:05 UTC
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Post by Jim
I have a bunch of old kit to get rid of.
Where would you suggest is the best site ?
List it on here, Jim. There's no charter stopping you from doing so
and "us likes a good rummage!" In fact, I'm surprised nobody ever
does.
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Chronos
Jim.GM4DHJ/ Mobile...
2010-06-21 17:21:52 UTC
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Post by Jim
The tip remains an option, though it pains me to do it.
TIA.
Jim
good man...no point throwing pearls to swine ...
Jim
2010-06-23 21:19:40 UTC
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