The problem is when you first get the rig - there are enough other things
to keep track of learning the Orion that little nits like this become a
bigger annoyance than they ought to be. Otherwise, like you, I know
where the AGC LED is.
On Thu, 16 Jun 2005 10:05:14 -0400 Bill Tippett <email@example.com>
> N6AJR wrote:
> >I use my gear and if sold, it goes the way it is, I don't abuse
> it but
> I do use it.
> I do too Tom but I'm truly surprised
> this bothers anyone who uses their gear much.
> It didn't take me long to learn that VFO A is
> to the left and VFO B is to the right (i.e. in
> alphabetical order). I also don't have problems
> with the PH and CW jacks since my headphones are
> always plugged in (what's a speaker?) and I use
> the rear input for my external keyer input. I
> agree TT could have used a different connector
> for the front panel PH and CW inputs, but it has
> not been a major problem for me.
> 73, Bill W4ZV
> P.S. I can also touch type without looking at
> the letters on the keys! :-)
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