|Acceptance angle||15 Deg
|Front to Back Ratio (98mHz)||38.9 dBs
|Windload @ 100mph||72 lbs
The Galaxie "23" is the ultimate in design being both mechanically and dynamically balanced
giving excellent, fringe reception at extreme range. The frame is well braced with outriggers on both
main and reflector sections. It is advisable to "twin mast" the "23" as its physical weight and windloading
are high. Rotator submasts should be kept to a minimum, unless an alignment bearing is used.
The virtually flat response and high rejection of the top at the range aerial give dynamic results
especially on classical music.
Comment by Angus McKenzie in Hi Fi News & Record Review December 1981
"Perhaps the unusual design of the Galaxie is that it seems to pick up far less multipath
distortion than any other aerial I have yet used, so it may well cure problems that some people
have in difficult areas"