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Re: Radio Database Int'l from 1984/85

March 21, 2015 08:24AM
Believe it or not, it's a HP "all-in-one" printer that I picked up at WalMart a few years back for $20. I liked the price then; needed something inexpensive. The printing is good, it doesn't suck ink, and the scans are OK, so I'm pretty happy.

There's only two little things that I don't really like: First, it scans a bit crooked and I haven't figured out how to compensate for that yet. And second, really bright colors get washed out. I just scanned some of my QSL cards, for example; A neon red card scanned as pink, a bright orange card scanned as pale yellow, and a neon green card scanned as powder blue.

If you're interested in the books, I'd be happy to dog-ear a few pages for ya...

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Nobody wants a cheap hairpiece, but everybody wants a low-price toupe'.



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