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What's up with Boadcast Warehouse?

Discussion in 'Electronic Design' started by [email protected], Dec 9, 2005.

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  1. Guest

    I spent over $300.00 for a FM broadcast band Amplifier. After spending
    another $100.00 for a power supply, the BW amp still doesn't work.
    Contacted but they don't return my emails. So
    I've decided to sell it for scraps on ebay item # 5840264520. Has
    anyone else had experience with them?

  2. Weren't they shut down by the FCC for selling that illegal crap? By
    E-mailing them, you contacted the FCC who is tracking down their
  3. Pooh Bear

    Pooh Bear Guest

    Considering they're in the UK I'd like to know how the FCC could do that !

    The OP doesn't say where he is. In the UK non-functioning goods must be
    refunded under the Sale of Goods Act. Contact your local local trading
    standards dept if they don't play.

  4. He is in San Antonio, Texas according to his Ebay listing. There was
    a company operating in the US under the name Broadcast Warehouse that
    was shut down for selling equipment to pirate radio stations. The
    equipment was not FCC approved, and the stations had no license.
    Illegal equipment can't really have a warranty, can it?

    About 15 years ago the FCC raided a place that was selling modified
    VideoChiper II descramblers. They were busy going though the company's
    records when a woman stormed into the building with a modified unit,
    demanding that her "Free for life" service be restored. She was even
    madder after it was confiscated for evidence for the trail, then
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