|Customer Reviews for the MFJ-1046.|
|From: Peter Bertini |
\"I evaluated the MFJ-1046 on several shortwave and amateur bands. Its selectivity on 160 meters is very impressive--hams plagued by broadcast station overload on this band will love the \'1046.\"
\"The controls are well placed, operation is intuitive, and the dial markings are easy to read. The tuning is silky smooth.\"
\"The MFJ-1046 and 1048 are decent products and values which can improve receiver performance for those who need it. Whether you have $200, or a few thousand dollars invested in your SW receiver, overload can be a very real problem when using a good efficient outside longwire or dipole antennas.
I\'ve decided to buy my review unit. After all, if you can\'t hear them, you can\'t log them.\"
Full review featured in the June 1998 issue of Popular Communications.
|From: G.Lyell |
|Got this to use on my Grundig ( Tecsun) Sat 750. I live about 4 miles away from our local AM radio station transmitter. I would get a lot of out of band signals from this station. With this, I don't get those any more. It works great! Simple to use and well worth the money. If you have a portable SW radio, get one of these.|MFJ-822WATTMETER, HF/VHF, 1.8-200 MHZ, 300 W, MOBILE$59.95
MFJ-949ETUNER, 300W, 1.8-30 MHZ, PEAK CROSS METER, DL,$189.95
MFJ-264DUMMY LOAD, 1.5 KW, 1-650 MHZ, SO-239, DRY$74.95