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w2xj at nyc.rr.com
Mon Jun 13 15:26:04 EDT 2011
I do think the group would be interested in links to those photos.
On 6/13/11 2:39 PM, rbethman wrote:
> Uncle Sam Modified these at their pleasure.
> It takes nothing at all to change the input audio transformer to a
> different range. Simply match the impedance requirements.
> I use a Collins audio transformer. It is much heavier, and much broader.
> I use a Shure 737A for the microphone.
> The Mod Iron is NOT light. A pair of 100THs driving the 250TH PA.
> Nothing is small or light inside.
> Don't have any idea "when or where" you operated. It really isn't relevant.
> On 6/13/2011 2:20 PM, W2XJ wrote:
>> Lets just say good people can disagree over what is adequate frequency
>> response 400 hertz is way too high of a cut off. Typical rules for
>> balanced frequency response would indicate a lower frequency of 125 to
>> 150 hertz more reasonable. This also indicates light iron in the mod path.
>> A link to those photos would be interesting. It sounds like some
>> temporary setups.
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