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MagicBill       htmpromos@comcast.net 1-19-2002 10:19 AM
Has anyone tried the Electronic Magic toys that Milton Bradley put out? They also did some Tenyo tricks but at a far cheaper price. The Electronic Magic series they did was quite clever. Anverdi would be proud!

Speaking of Anverdi, does anyone have any of his magic? He was quite a genius and some of his magic items are totally clever. The Divination Die and the Color Pens tricks are beautifully done.

Are there any favorites that you'd like to discuss? Know any other magic you'd like to discuss? Feel free and don't be afraid to speak up. There are no stupid questions around here!
Joey Butler       jbutler_490@yahoo.com 9-20-2005 10:29 AM
For what it is worth, I have an Anverdi Lucky Lite 2. It is great except that I cannot seem to tweak its settings to get much range. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated. Thank you.
MagicBill       htmagic@comcast.net 9-20-2005 10:37 AM
One thing to try is to see if you can tune it. Now there is usually a coil with a slug inside. The coil has a slot. If you use a regular screwdriver, you'll detune it. You need a plastic tuning set that you can get at a Radio Electronics store. I don't know if Radio Shack carries anything like this anymore. Put the plastic tuning stick inside the slug and tune for the best range.

Another idea is to use a telephone pickup coil connected to a battery operated amplifier. Put the coil nearby and tune until you get the strongest signal. I'm not sure if this will work but I've heard of others using this.

If there is a wire antenna, you can increase the range by adding to the wire, but this usually is not the best way to go about it.

We hope that helps!
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