|[AMRadio] Comment from N0JEF|
ranchorobbo at gmail.com
Thu Feb 11 13:32:34 EST 2010
Okay Todd thanks--processed audio is okay provided it is done
correctly. There's a learning process to processed audio hi hi. I
have to admit that while I do the solid state transceiver thing for
transmitting, I am fond of the whole sound and aesthetic of the tube
receivers. One of these days we will have to have a QSO when
conditions are good : )
On Thu, Feb 11, 2010 at 11:37 AM, Todd, KA1KAQ <ka1kaq at gmail.com> wrote:
> On Thu, Feb 11, 2010 at 10:48 AM, Rob Atkinson <ranchorobbo at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Todd, what kind of gear did the elitist radio snobs run? What was
>> approved of and sneered at? Just curious. I'm still pretty much
>> running what I brung hi hi.
> Tube gear, Rob. It was never a big group per say, and quite often is
> was bolstered by newbies who thought they would fit in better if they
> acted like station XYZ and talked smack about riceboxes. One
> particular operator would chastise anyone who ran a D-104 on a BC
> transmitter for example, saying that such a rig required a microphone
> worthy of it, blah blah blah. The same mentality as the CW vs no code,
> homebrew vs commercial gear arguments really. Some attempt to feel
> superior to others.
> Fortunately they were few in numbers on a good day, and pretty much
> non-existent now. There are still a few that can be heard, but folks
> have figured them out for the most part. I think the introduction of
> the first Flex radio some years ago along with better Yaecomwood rigs
> that sounded good out of the box really put and end to the nonsense.
> You still find some remnants in the 'processed audio vs stock audio'
> discussions, but much of the elitism is gone. Run whatcha brung,
> process or stock, and have fun. The only real objective is to enjoy
> and promote the good fun of Amplitude Modulation.
> ~ Todd, KA1KAQ/4
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