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Subject: [TenTec] filters
From: whowell@hq.nasa.gov (Scott Howell)
Date: Tue, 09 Feb 1999 16:08:15 -0500
                wonder if my msg regarding filters ever got to the list.
Does not look as if it did so I'll repost.

If you did see it then please excuse the repeat.

I have an Omni V. I first off need to know if I open the rig and look at
the bottom or I should say I'll have my Xyl look at it. How can I determine
which filter is in the first if as opposed to the two in the second. Then
assuming my assumption is correct, I then believe I have a 1.8 in the first
if and a 500 and 250 in the second I may have this backward in that the 500
might be in the first if. In any case if this helps.
On the front pannel there is a button in the row of filter buttons which is
the last one on the right and I believe this kicks in the 1.8. 
Ok, so assuming for the sake of I don't know, if you have a 1.8 in the
first if a 500 and 250 in the second, what would performance would be
gained by replacing the filter in the first if with a 500 as opposed to the
1.8. Now lets assume the first if in fact is a 500 and the second contains
the 1.8 and 250. What if I were to replace the 1.8 with a 500.
What performance would be gained.

any info would be appreciated. I am just curious and not necessarily going
to do this unless its really the way to go.

tnx es 73 de Scott/n3byy

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