I think it depends on the type of noise. Most of the time, even with very
weak signals, it improves the copy significantly. However, in a very few
cases, which I believe involve power line leakage noise , the noise seems
to increase also. All in all I wouldn't want to be without it, now that
I've used it. I hopes this helps.
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> From: Dan <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> To: email@example.com
> Subject: [TenTec] Omni VI Upgrade Owners
> Date: Sunday, October 19, 1997 16:06
> I'm considering the Class-3 upgrade to my Omni. About a month ago,
> reported their experience with the digital noise reduction as follows.
> They said (approximately) that the NR circuitry produced a dramatic
> reduction in noise. However, if a signal was weak, and just barely
> unreadable because of the noise, that the NR circuitry did not result in
> readable signal.
> Do you agree with this assessment? If so, do you think that the NR
> is worthwhile?
> Thanks & 73,
> Dan Long (W4TQ)
> 8035 Tokyo Pt.
> Dunnellon, FL 34433
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