The Daiwa PS-304 has been with us now for at least 25 years…and most are still as reliable as ever. A great design stands the test of time and guess what…Martin Lynch and Sons are now selling the MyDel PS-304 Mark II. Specifications: Input Voltage: 230V 50Hz +/-2Hz Output Voltage: DC 1.5V – 15V continuous […]
I’ve added this post in the hope that it might help some vintage bathroom owners 🙂 If you, like me, have a perfectly good but vintage Ideal Standard Michelangelo Bathroom Suite, chances are the small plastic ‘bushes’ on the towel rails have failed by now. They still work…but the rail is loose and rattles. I […]
Just a quick note to say I’ve added the articles on both the Mark 1 and Mark II G3PDM receivers to my ‘Downloads’ page. Enjoy…and let me know if you have one or start building one 🙂
You probably found this page as a result of a Google search for the Toyocom TQF-456C crystal filter. I seem to collect filters like this…in case they are useful in the future 😉 It seems that an eBay seller known as ‘hifissb’, who breaks down radios and sells their modules, has a large stock of […]
Finding the connection details for your favourite microphone or rig can sometimes be a bit of a challenge. I recently came across G4WPW’s website which seems to contain the connection details for every rig I’ve heard of…and many that I haven’t. You can find it here.
“Ladies and gentlemen, please ensure your seat backs and tray tables are in the upright position…” – well not quite on this old lady. When clearing my Mum’s house, there was a complete set of old, dusty, but unused seats from a vintage aircraft. I remember Dad mentioning something decades ago, about making the terrifying […]