Agreed Steve. The MFJ Cleartone is probably the best
little speaker deal on the market. I have several of
them and use them on almost every radio I have.
--- Steve Ellington <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Here's what I did. Remove the speaker, remove the
> resistors across the
> headphone jack, get an MFJ-281 ClearTone speaker for
> $9 and plug it in the
> phone jack. You will be amazed how it sounds. Use
> the extra space in the
> rig for a real keyer if you don't like the one $12
> job. The huge magnet in
> their speaker really pulls the vfo and probably
> doesn't help stability
> any. 73
> On Wed, 25 Aug 1999, Andy Wallace wrote:
> > I really enjoy my 1330 and with 3W out actually
> work occasional DX. But I was
> > wondering if anyone knew of any mods to the rig
> which are worthwhile. I've put
> > their $12 single paddle keyer board inside mine. I
> was wondering how to improve:
> > 1) AGC. Seems like turning up the volume doesn't
> really make the weak signals
> > any louder, but it will make the strong signals
> > 2) Hiss in audio. I'd like to reduce it with a
> lowpass filter.
> > But overall, I like the rig a lot. Receiver
> generally sounds very "clean" and
> > quiet.
> > --Andy
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