I truly agree with this. I have an Omni-VI+ which has a great contest
and DX personna and that is where I use it. I also use it for PSK. I
have a Paragon that I use for casual rag chewing and CW with the Centaur
amp. I have my new Corsair II which seems to be destined for my serious
everyday barefoot CW work and general listening rig. I have two
Scouts.... one for portable and the other in the car. I have a Century
21 setup that is my current favorite. I think I am in a retro mode or
something. And of course when I need a reality check I turn on my
TS-940SAT which is a fine non-Ten-Tec rig (including some CW features I
wish my other rigs had).
Basically, I would never be satisfied with just one radio... they all
have their different personalities and using each is a different
listening and transmitting experience. I could sell them all off and by
an Orion but then... well.... I'll just wait till I can add an Orion.
Variety is the 'spice' of life!
>Nothing wrong with having multiple radios.....variety is the spice of life.
>Somebody said that a long time ago and anyway it is fun to play with
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