Below is a traffic insight map from one day of views on my site (Nov 25th, 2017). At first I was confused, but then excited about the fact people across the world are making it onto my site, regularly actually. I just wanted to give everyone out there in Europe and Asia and surrounding areas a direct hello and thanks for reading from Hallman Labs! Also, a friendly reminder that every page on this site has a translate widget to the top right of every article. Now you don’t even need to use Google Translate which doesn’t always work 100%.
Thanks for visiting this ad free site, some people like radiomuseum.org would not only give you ads, they would charge you just to see pictures.. I mean come on, it’s not even like they are offering service manuals or indepth help. You can find service/owner manuals, schematics and more for free on https://www.hifiengine.com , all it takes is a free registration to download there. I (and others) highly recommend using hifiengine for your manual needs. Got a bit off topic there, but thanks again for those across the world views!
Computer Engineering student with a background in IT. Such as dealing with large scale network infrastructure upgrades at Lowe's HQ and former lead hardware tech for the NC Government. My specialty has shifted over to audio hardware and vintage hardware re-certifications.