[AMRadio] Speaker


Geoff w5omr at satx.rr.com
Sun Jul 31 14:53:27 EDT 2005


Not a problem...

John Coleman ARS WA5BXO wrote:

> You are correct of course!  Would you mind correcting the thing and 
> resubmitting it for me, with my apologies? 
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> As usual I am trying to do several things at once.   See you later.
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> John
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> -----Original Message-----
> From: Geoff [mailto:w5omr at satx.rr.com]
> Sent: Sunday, July 31, 2005 1:38 PM
> To: John Coleman
> Subject: Re: [AMRadio] Speaker
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> Hey, buddy - *I* know how smart you are, but telling someone something 
> about something
> wont hold much creedance if the someone reading it can't make out what 
> it is you're saying...
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> I'm not criticizing, just trying to help.
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> Mispelled words are in *'s and the replacement is located (within).
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> 73 = Best Regards,
> -Geoff/W5OMR
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> John Coleman ARS WA5BXO wrote:
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>  An 8 ohms speaker will work fine and will have less distortion
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>and generally better fidelity but will not be *quiet* (quite) as loud as a 4 ohm.
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>You could parallel two of these 8 ohm speakers for the 4 ohm load.
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>  You might consider using some of the little amplified analog
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>speakers that *or* (are) made for computers.  Some, in the 35 to 50 dollar
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>range, are very nice with their *on* (own) amplifier, having volume and bass
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>treble controls with a bass speaker and two small satellite speakers.
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>They come with a mini stereo connector for connecting to a computers
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>audio output but the connector can be cut off and the two stereo coaxial
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>lines tied in parallel for mono operation.  You could just plug it in
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>*too* (to) a mini female connector and wire the female connector to the HQ110
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>audio output or get an adapter that will go from the mono head phone
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>jack on the radio to the mini stereo male connector of the speakers.
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>The input impedance on these speakers in generally in the *my* (?) range of
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>1000 ohms so they *want* (wont) produce much of a load on the radio's output and
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>this will improve the fidelity of the output section of the radio.  A
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>lot of time, the *cheep* (cheap) speakers in the twenty dollar or less range
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>actually make better communication speakers and will produce less hum
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>because of their poor low frequency response.  Some of the real *cheep* (cheap)
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>ones *or* (are) not stereo, even though there *or* (are) two speakers and a stereo
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>connector but they are amplified.  These can be purchased for less *that* (than)
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>ten dollars and work -quiet- (quite) well for communication speakers but not for
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>fidelity in frequency response.
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