I'm running an Anan 10e driving an EB500 SS amplifier. My backup radios are a Flex 6400 and a Kenwood TS-870SAT.

There are 5 amplifiers here, a EB500, a homebrew 8877, a Henry 2K Classic, a HardRock50 and a Drake L4B. Some are in the basement and are watched, using a web cam, on the second computer monitor. All blowers run at full blast and I don't hear a thing! You can see the 8877 in use in the picture.

Transmit audio comes from a Electrovoice RE-320 and a 528E. Receive audio feeds a Symetrix 420 amplifier that drives a pair of JBL speakers on the shelf above the desk. The audio gear is located in the desk rack.

I have several computers in the shack for various duties. The main computer is a homebrew Intel i9-11900k.

  • Jan K1ND

    Jan is one of the guys that sometimes drops by on 3660 khz in the morning.

    Bring your coffee in, just before 7 AM, and join us!

  • My QTH Sandusky Ohio

    Sandusky is a community of about 26,000 residents located right on Lake Erie. It is about halfway between Toledo and Cleveland.

    Our claim to fame is Cedar Point, a rather large amusement part known for the biggest and best roller coaster in the world! While sitting on my patio I can sometimes hear the screams!

  • Cedar Point

    Cedar Point is a 364-acre amusement park located here in Sandusky.

    It is owned and operated by Cedar Fair and is considered the flagship of the amusement park chain. The park features a world-record 72 rides, including 17 roller coasters.

  • Computers, my other hobby

    You are looking into the face of an Intel NUC!

    Ham radio is neat but PC's occupy much more of my time. Pictured here is an Intel NUC (Next Unit of Computing). It's quite small measuring 4 by 4 by 1/3/4 inches and requires less energy than a night lite does. It runs Windows 10 or Linux just as well as the "big boyz" and does the job with the Anan 7000DLE and Thetis.