Well, I ordered the PTO rebuild kit from TenTec. $20.
I also ordered a xtal for 12 m operation $25 Ouch!
Not only do I have a 200 ohm mic, but I have an RS low-z to high-z
transformer as well. I think I'll just hook them up and give it a try.
Maybe on the 20 meter net?
Keith KD1E Ferrisburg, VT
> From: Dr. Gerald N. Johnson, P.E. <email@example.com>
> To: K & H Darwin <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> Subject: Re: [TenTec] High Z vs. Low Z mics (Omni C).
> PTO takes about three hours the first one. The kit is needed. Parts are
> worn. Grease is hard.
> A 200 ohm mike won't likely put out any where near enough voltage to be
> useful, unless you go find a RS low Z to hi Z transformer adapter and
> wire it between your low Z mike and the Omni C. Impedance mismatch won't
> hurt frequency response or anything, just there won't be enough voltage
> without a transformer.
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