I think you said it all with the first seven words. "One should never
use a speech processor..." I think this should be on the first page of
every owners manual! If you can't get through use CW.
"HEY GUY'S (POP) HOW'S MY (# SWEEK#) AUDIO (-WIZ-) SOUND? (SNORT)?"
"Sounds like crap!"
"Ok how 'bout now I just turned my processor off?"
"That's much better..."
-Jeff- just my opinion!
On Tue, 19 Oct 1999 15:14:07 -0400 Bill_Ames@hyperion.com writes:
> >(who is not willing to have yucky sounding transmit audio)
> One should never use a speech processor when quality audio is
> required. If the
> speech processor is doing the very best it can, and is successful,
> then the
> voice will stand out as louder with more voice power in less
> bandwidth. The goal
> here is communication under adverse conditions. At all other times
> the speech
> processor should not be used. The only exception I can think of is
> when the
> persons normal voice does not drive the rig sufficiently. This could
> be a result
> of spectral range and power distribution of their voice.
> Bill Ames
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