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> I would expect a balun out of a rabbits ear aerial to be suitable

I picked up an external 300-75 balun and will try it out tomorrow.
Pretty much same price as an internal. Difference not worth getting
messed up with silicone for

Dennis Crawley sent me this picture

http://home.clear.net.nz/pages/joecolquitt/pict0777.gif

Thanks again Dennis

Lee, couldn't really get a better picture of the criss-crosses. The
aerial is made by The Multichannel Antenna Co Ltd. I remember
asking for a good aerial when it was installed, as the house was
in a valley and reception of most channels was very poor. Even
with that aerial only one channel was really any good. TV2. And
I don't watch TV2. The suburb, Remuera, where all the hoity-
toities live (lived) now has much better reception via a repeater

In the summertime of the mid-80s it was not unusual to pick up
Australian channels as ghosts


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