I paid a $2,000.00 deposit to TOM, owner of OPTIBEAM, for this antenna.
AFTER the sale, Tom
informed me that he had to give a "kickback" to a new dealer, Array
Years have passed. I
never received the antenna. Tom & Jay kept my money and my
I was defrauded out of $2000: BEWARE OF ARRAY SOLUTIONS AND OPTIBEAM
I Make "House Calls" to the Communications, Broadcast, Satellite, and Recording Industry
Analog Studios are Back
Top 100 Songs: June 7 1969, "LOVE CAN MAKE YOU HAPPY" (Enhanced)
Note: Don't believe all the hype about MQA Encoded Audio
Click here and watch this video BEFORE you inve$t in MQA.
Why the CEO & Co-Founder of PS AUDIO bought an MQA license
(because of their customers), but prefers not to use it, click here
MQA encodes noise in the sonic range typically used by
CDs & Microsoft Windows (44.1k, 16 bit sampling) click here
has 64 times the sampling rate of a CD, click
>>> If you have warped vinyl records, click here
If you need to clean or wash vinyl records, click
SATELLITE INTERNET - technical lecture
I was given a Complimentary Pass and an NBC Sports jacket on Game Day. I really enjoyed these perks!
GoodYear ran NTSC at the 2004 Super Bowl. My filters prevented Hi-Def TX from being blocked by Terrestrial Microwave QRM. This night I was with the Goodyear Crew.
Erin (xyl), Sean, and Eric in Kissimmee Florida for the the 2004 Daytona 500
Erin outside the ESPN truck - Daytona 500
Around the QTH:
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Click here for video of power grid RFI on a BAD day 1-29-2005
15,000 volt Lateral from 3Ø feeder arcs to tree and causes RF noise and faults on the utility power grid. These power outages are totally unnecessary.
Excellent utility company ground splice on the pole going to my house.
This utility company ground provides excellent balance between phases.
To reduce noise, our power utility uses hollow poles.
Safety comes first with FPL. I just avoid walking under poles so a fuse doesn't fall on my head.
Surge Protection is important to keep the Ham Shack going. Too bad the ground is blown off.
I have a 15,000 volt BARE aluminum wire lateral going through the back of my 1 acre lot.
The use of bare wire is extremely
important. It allows the 3 phase 15,000 volt feeders
to turn into a "Jacob's Ladder" when they come in contact with each other during
wind gusts. It makes for a beautiful bluish-green flash that can be seen for miles.
Our utility company always keeps my "drop" trimmed, and the wires free from vines - NOT.
I also have a little static in my phone when the wind blows.
Don't ask for an audio check unless you want the truth:
QSC amps drive each speaker pair @ 1700 watts RMS per channel. (I Like HEADROOM)