[Boatanchors] Heathkit HA-14 HP-14 and HP-24 info
butwheat73 at gmail.com
Thu Dec 17 21:24:17 EST 2009
Hello all again,
I did ty-rap a cupla micro fans to the backside of this because I just
couldn't trust thermal convection. They are very quiet and the ty-raps
will allow me to return to original snip-snip.
I'm glad some others are enjoying a unique idea from 'back then'.
vy 73 de Mark KX8XX
now working on an E.F. Johnson 6n2 amp, whoohooo
On Thu, Dec 17, 2009 at 7:54 AM, Singley, Rodger <rbsingl at ilstu.edu> wrote:
> Thanks for putting up the info and this is a nice small amplifier.
> I picked one up at a little hamfest earlier this year. It came with the AC supply, a very quiet fan that sits on top, and a relay box for modern transceivers. The previous owner (now SK) had been using it with an IC-706. I have it paired up with the Heathkit HR-20/HX-20 mobile twins (but not mobile!). It might be possible to fit them all in the pickup but definitely not in the CTS.
> There was an article published a long time ago on converting this amp to single band 160 meter operation but the similar SB-200 would have been a better candidate since I would not want to count on the HA-14 for contesting duty. Apparently the DC supply was pretty problematic (according to user reports/complaints) but the AC supply seems to be reliable.
> Rodger WQ9E
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> I've placed prints and pics regarding these here:
> vy 73 de Mark KX8XX
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