[AMRadio] DX 60 mods

Hal Dale wb4aeg at yahoo.com
Fri Jul 2 13:45:35 EDT 2010

With a properly adjusted DX60, there is nothing wrong with the audio as it is. I have heard many DX60's ran thru linear amps that sound excellent. 
The basic speech amp in the DX60 is not much different than most. I have two DX60's, One I mod for screen mod and the other is stock. I am told they both sound excellent. 
The screen mod unit only runs at about 15W. Of course, the control carrier will put out a bit more power on peaks. 
As I said, adjusted properly, there is nothing wrong with controlled carrier. 
Just my opinion....Hal, WB4AEG

CW.....When all else fails !!

From: RICHARD GEORGE <k6kwq at msn.com>
To: amlist <amradio at mailman.qth.net>
Sent: Fri, July 2, 2010 1:32:49 PM
Subject: [AMRadio] DX 60 mods

I have my DX 60 now working properly in a stock condition. It is a fairly 
clean radio inside and out, but I'm not concerened about modifying it.  I 
would like to keep from drilling holes in the front panel but will if 
necesarry.  I have come across 3 different audio mods on the net. They are 
the WC3K mod,  KS3K mod, and the K4TLJ mod. In the groups opinon wich is the 
best one to use?

Maybe it is none of the above and I should just go ahead and plate moulate 
it.  I do have a 35 watt plat modulator that I built some time ago and it 
has a universal modulation transformer.
I plan on using a D104 mike, and have a National 300 for a recevier.


K6KWQ Dick
Amps by "MORE POWER" 

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