Here's something else to try. Go into the TV showroom carrying your
2m HT. Go put one of the TV's on channel 18 and make sure it's
on the cable tuner (not the broadcast tuner). Key up the HT and
identify. See what happens.
73 de W5MEC
> From: KF0FX@aol.com[SMTP:KF0FX@aol.com]
> Reply To: KF0FX@aol.com
> Sent: Wednesday, August 26, 1998 16:22
> To: firstname.lastname@example.org
> Subject: Re: [RFI] Television TVI
> In a message dated 8/25/98 7:01:22 PM Central Daylight Time,
> << My 1985 vintage Toshiba just died. This TV was excellent against TVI,
> overload by the xmtr.
> Time to buy a new TV. Looking for advice on 25 to 27 inch TV, these are
> in the price range from $250--400.
> I have had no problems with my Sony XBR 27" (but that may cost you a few
> hundred more than your price range). My worse RFI nightmare is my Sony
> of-the-line stereo receiver. Go figure. The story I got was that just
> because it comes from the same company, different divisions may have
> standards for things such as RFI immunity. The receiver really bugs me
> because it was $big bucks$.
> Next time you're in the showroom, bring an HT. That might give you a
> order approximation as to who can handle RF.
> Chris, KF0FX
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