Tecsun PL-660 + Nevada EFW-2 = Winning Combo

Shortly after posting my Traveling Light, SWLing Right article yesterday, @LondonShortwave shared a video of the portable set up he uses for SWLing in London public parks:

Click here to view a video of his Tecsun PL-660/Nevada EFW-2 combo in action.

The antenna @LondonShortwave uses in the video is the Nevada EFW-2 (below). To keep the PL-660 from overloading he either sets the PL-660 sensitivity switch to “Normal” (rather than “DX”) or uses the Global AT-2000 coupler shown in the video.

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5 Responses to Tecsun PL-660 + Nevada EFW-2 = Winning Combo

  1. Tom says:

    unun and a preselector for £80 + £30… You could take apart an old power supply for the torrid core and any old MFJ preselector would work.

  2. Kris says:

    dla chc?cych zbudowa? samodzielnie preselektor podsy?am materia?y znalezione w sieci.


  3. Kris says:

    for those who want to build yourself selector here ‘materials found on the web

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