Station Snapshot – WW2DX
Welcome to the inaugural Station Snapshot on MacHamRadio. It is fitting that our first Snapshot is that of Lee (WW2DX), the owner of MacHamRadio and RemoteHamRadio.com, a member of the W1I 2014 WRTC team, and an avid DXer. Lee (WW2DX) shares the following information and snapshots of his “battle station”.
From left to right: Left two monitors are running PC-BSD, The remaining five are running OS X Mavericks on a i7 Mac Mini with fusion drive with synergy across multiple hardware/operating systems. K3/0-Mini seen powered up. Keyboard is a Unicomp “buckling spring” keyboard, key is a Begaili and the speakers are Audioengine A1’s. Under the far right monitor is a K3/100 + P3. To the right are a pair of FT-2000’s we are testing for twin remote mode. To the far right is a remote setup with the K3/100 + Expert 1K-FA amp. Logger is RUMlog
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