bcarling at cfl.rr.com
Tue Apr 18 04:43:14 EDT 2006
I have heard some DX40s and DX60s that sound really great
on AM using a D104 with no modifications. I get good reports
on my DX60 with the D104. These rigs are a bit finnicky on
adjustment of the drive level, drive tune, loading, grid
current etc. If things are not just right, they can act strange
and probably won't sound as good.
> Don told me of a modification to help control the over drive caused by
> the D-104 and I think I'll try it when I have time. The DX-40 should
> sound real good once the audio is adjusted properly. Hopefully, we can
> compare notes on the air real soon.
> Ken Zuercher wrote:
> >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
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