Re: [softrock40] RSGB Radcom
- gandalfg8@... wrote:
> In a message dated 01/04/2007 12:38:58 GMT Daylight Time,
> richard.bown@... writes:
> From the sound of the letter , it looks like a ready built one,
> probably purchased from W&S in the UK
> I don't kwnow if W&S are building them or buying ready built from
> Tony ?
> He states quite clearly he bought the kit and built up the circuit
> board but it didn't say where he bought it.
> I thought it a very odd letter to send to RadCom and even more odd
> that they should publish it.
> It worries me that perhaps the new RadCom editor might not be such a
> welcome replacement for the old one after all.
> We know that someone else tried it with a different PC, and with
> similar problems, but neither of these two, nor the editor, seems to
> have questioned whether or not there might be a construction problem.
> To the rest of the world it gives a very unfair impression
> of softrock performance.
> To those of us in the know it gives the impression, also perhaps
> unfair, that these two and the RadCom editor are idiots, or, at the
> very least, much more "amateur" than one might expect.
> rant over:-)
> Just a bit biased here, as the previous, relatively short
> lived, editor of RadCom showed strong signs at times of wanting to
> run it more in the style of The Ladies Home Journal:-)
> OK , just checked and I did misread it, but stll nort the right place
> to winge
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