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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.
--- 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.
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