[AMRadio] DX-40

Ken Zuercher hepcatrevival at yahoo.com
Mon Apr 17 09:38:22 EDT 2006

I also have a Shure 444 and it sounds fine. I may
start fooling around with a higher fidelity mike and a
modulation monitor (from my part time broadcast
engineering business) to see how good the audio can be
with controlled carrier modulation. Hope to hear you
on 40 meter phone.
Ken, KC8QO

--- Rick Brashear <rickbras at airmail.net> wrote:

> Thanks Ken.  The filter caps had recently been
> replaced, I checked them 
> anyway and they tested fine.  Replacing a couple of
> bypass caps seemed 
> to do the trick.  There is a little noise left, but
> I honestly think 
> it's just incidental noise not an actual hum.
> My buddy is using a D-104 (non amplified) and it
> seems to be over 
> modulating no matter chow softly you speak or how
> far away from the 
> mic.  Have you had any experience with that?  When I
> operate my DX-40 I 
> use a Shure 444 and have never had that problem.
> Thanks for the advice and help.
> Rick/K5IZ
> >  
> >
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