Where to find quality radio reviews
Are you searching for some great equipment?
What do people think about the products you're looking for?
Sometimes “good” review for can be hard to find.
In this podcast, we discuss where you can find high-quality reviews for the equipment you are looking for.
What You Need To Know
- Where to look for reviews for new and “used” gear.
- How to avoid bad radio “reviews.”
- 2 methods for finding reviews: online and offline.
- Using Radio Reference Wiki page for specs and features.
- Specific Reddit groups.
- For good pics and specs: Rigpix.
- How to approach Youtube reviews/videos.
- Facebook groups specific to the radio hobby.
- Should you just google it?
- “Offline” methods for reviews..
- Questions/Reviews through Radio Nets.
Links and Sources from this session:
- East Coast Pagers
- Radio Reference
- Reddit Scanner Group
- Spectrum Monitor
- National Communications Magazine
- Session 94
- CQ Amateur Radio
- Session 17 – Benefits of a Scanner Radio Club
(Some of the above links are affiliate links. Scanner School may earn a small fee, at no additional cost to you, if you use these links to make a purchase. This is a great way to help support Scanner School.)
Are you looking for your first scanner radio?
Download our new e-guide, “5 Thinks You Need to Know Before Buying Your First Scanner”. This free PDF is about 30 pages long and has 5 things you should look for, plus a few extra bonus items to make sure you make an educated purchase.
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