imkoolkid: ha dont think about it unless you live in a small town theyre very
expensive big companies like Clear view own most stations nowadays
Ben C: how did u guys get FCC permission to do this and how much did you pay
because im trying to get a permit for a 20 watt one.
tofus: how far is the reception before you completely lose signal? hows the
popping? im considering buying a 20 watt one.
Sonovox01: It's cool. Thx for the reply.
republicansarecool: @SmashCOBamberg I will, however I already bought it and I ordered a low
pass filter, willthis help? I think it will because the guy said it will
keep the stuff down and be good so i dont get into trouble, the low pass
filter attaches to the cable. what do you think? will this keep me safe?
Bruce Huxtable: This is what happened to mine, just today, what did you do about it? Please
don't say its rendered junk
David Gao: Now All HLLY product video is here: youtube.com/user/hllyelectronics
Welcome to these videos and Hope everybody like it Thanks
TransistorBlister: Have a look at the 5/8`s wave FM broadcast antenna at Ramsey Electronics, I
own one and got 5 miles from 1 watt of power at 40 feet.
republicansarecool: @SmashCOBamberg yeah I think it will work, the guy said it will work fine
but he aske if it was over 30 MHz, I do not know what that is so what is
the HLLY 20 watt? I have to tell the guy so please help. I am pretty sure I
will be fine because the guy said it can work for HAM radio and FM
transmitter, all i need to know is is it over 30 MHz?
tofus: are you still using the anttena they provided you with? how about the lower
frequencies. like a 88.*. im trying to start a micro station that
broadcasts at that frequency around my town.
David Gao: @Sonovox01 HLLY TX-30S is power adjustable
Logan Carmichael: I hate to tell you, but yes...it's now a dust collector among a bunch of
other old parts. There's some good products from HLLY out there, just the
radio I had wasn't it. No fan...big problem.
nieles7: haha grappig kan dit wel echt:O
bratina501: @republicansarecool you will NOT be, the HLLY has a very dirty output and
causes spurious emissions 20 MHz or more away from the frequency you choose
to operate on because the filtering is terrible. This transmitter can
potentially cause interference to police, fire, ambulance, air traffic
control, and other two way communications depending on the frequency. Even
with external filtering you can still get a fine of $10,000 or more and or
jail time because you are basically breaking the law.
David Gao: Thanks for your support!
Kim reck: but of course i never said that they are great.
u47tube: 11.5 watts, even though it was supposed to be 20.
SmashCOBamberg: @republicansarecool I have a professional broadcast transmitter with 2
harmonic filters. The hlly ones don't just cause some interference to close
radio stations, they also interfere with airplane communications etc.
That's how I got caught 7 months ago... so better be careful using them!
fmbroadcast: Hey, look at my FM transmitter....
Kim reck: for my area I have been sticking to 107.1 and the only real wan to know how
the transmitter is doing is with a VSWR meter. Now I haven't tried yet and
this is counter intuitive but it yah had a sensitive inline amp meter you
could tune the antennae for minimum current draw and that should represent
the lowest VSWR or max power to the air!
Dustrun.com: Americans (US), too much laws putting a cap on free speach
SmashCOBamberg: @repuclicansarecool yeah it's from 88.1 - 107.9
Logan Carmichael: I had a 5w HLLY transmitter. Bought it about a year ago. Got GREAT range
with it and it has a great sound too. Purchased a Comet antenna and good
coax (rather than the cheap antenna and crap coax that it comes with) just
in time for the Chinese piece of junk to start crapping-out. Sounds like a
power-shift sound on air...or like the radio is off freq. Not sure if it's
the finals or not. Can't tell...it's all Chinese to me! LOL
bigdaddymatty17: How is that light bulb lighting up???
David Gao: @Sonovox01 HLLY TX-30S is power adjustable
gambulgambula: hi...well but we are waiting for your home studio
u47tube: Using a HLLY going on five years. Won't die.
Ken J.: It always pays off to have some fundamental knowledge about what you're
doing. Lots of money and no brains are a poor combination. It will sting
SmashCOBamberg: @imkoolkid not too bad just use a better one and make sure to hook up you
Удомля Tv: Strange. I have the same kit and light bulb does not light ...
Wolverine: What is the range? I want to buy me a HLLY FM stereo radio.
republicansarecool: @SmashCOBamberg oh wow, I did not know that, guess it is too late because I
bought a HLLY 20 watt transmiter and I guess if i leave the antenna on the
porch it wont bother anything, keep the range like 3 miles or somethin.
Could you tell me which anttena would be good for it?
Hixxyclips: Yes very dirty signals. A LPF will only help with out of band harmonics. It
still won't stop him wiping out local radio stations.
toorlooo: I got a few transmitters and I have this one. It works really great. It has
no hum at all. You can chose between 1 or 20 watts. You can also get
cheapers transmitters which are HLLY imitations but be careful, pieces are
David Gao: @republicansarecool any good coaxial which resistance is 50 OHm is ok
Sonovox01: Is the output wattage adjustable?
tonytonytee: @bratina501 THE DIRTIER IT IS THE MORE FUN IT IS....
imkoolkid: @kimreck i used the antenna they gave me, but hopefully they will replace
all of the things they gave me because my fm transmitter is damaged too.
RICKY MENDOZA: i've been broadcasting a pirate radio station for years on halloween and
around the holidays, its the best way to get your own stuff over the air,
just tell a lot of friends!
djgoggsgutty: This guy is a pirate, and the FCC, Ofcom or Comreg will not license these
Chinese transmitters. They will only license BW transmitters or Veronica
republicansarecool: @SmashCOBamberg what if you have a open frequency with empty stations on
both sides like I picked 104.7 and 104.6 and 104.8 are empty so I will be
good right? I oreded a 20 watt HLLY transmitter today and I am thinking it
will be OK. What type do you have?
RICKY MENDOZA: hey long time no watch! i just bought the hlly 30 watt transmitter but
haven't powered it up yet, i'm cleaning and restoring my antenna but i
can't want to try it out, it's built really tough and quite heave and that
means it's of good quality. maybe china has finally made something good!
laugh out loud!
rudeboial: u shouldnt have 15 watts of out put to the aerial just in your house put
the aerial in ur garden or something
Kim reck: Thanks for posting that
legaliseme: err is that your radio station bcoz that guy is chatting crap !
Irwiny0: If that RF output is actually that strong enough to light a fluorescent
bulb, I wonder if somebody put their head by the antenna then their hair
would start standing up a little.
tonytonytee: MAN THE HLLY TRANSMITTERS WORK GREAT AND ALEX JONES ROCKS.. HE SOUNDS GREAT
ON PIRATE RADIO..
OrganicVeggieLoaf: Damage to transmitter or power supply is often caused by a bad antenna
setup (or running with no antenna) causing a high VSWR condition. For best
results you need to get a better antenna such as a Comet CFM-95SL, good
coaxial cable, and mount the antenna to a mast on the roof of a building
far away from any other objects such as walls, trees, etc. Range all
depends on a good antenna location and the surrounding terrain. You can
expect 10 miles on flat land with 30 feet antenna height.
88enri88: DO YOU CAN SPEAK WHIT AN MICRO WHIT THIS RADIO?
SmashCOBamberg: Stop it you're gonna get caught... Especcially with hilly cuz it causes
some CRAZY interference! Believe me, I just got caught (I also made a video)