On February 8th, 2009, Steve Raymer will be showing off another aspect of his electronics expertise. He will be bringing old technology together with the new. This year's theme will be modern diagnostic techniques. Steve will use a computer with software downloaded from the Internet as test equipment to quantify radio performance. Since most of us own a computer, it will be interesting to learn how we can rate our own radio's performance using our own equipment.
The second presentation will be by Matt Hyman. He has an interest in high-end stereo and hi-fi table radios and has been collecting them for years. Matt will bring in several models made by Bose, Cambridge Sound, Boston Acoustics, Tivoli and others for the NARC membership to hear. Everyone will have a vote in deciding which radios sound the best.
The day begins with trunk sales outside in the parking lot, the Pavek "garage sale" opening at 11 AM, and then the program will begin at noon and should last about 2 hours. We look forward to seeing you!
Refreshments will be furnished by the Northland Antique Radio Club.
Admission is free to all current Pavek Museum and NARC members (and immediate family members). Membership forms will be available for anyone wishing to join the club.
The Pavek Museum of Broadcasting is located at 3515 Raleigh Avenue, St. Louis Park, Minnesota 55416.