Tim, please tell me why you care "...if the 32 bit IF DSP system in the
Orion works better than the Pro." I've watched as you said you bought and
sold radios repeatedly, apparently never being satisfied with anything.
Just what are you trying to do with a radio that you haven't been able to do
with the rigs you have owned? Do you operate any of them or just have an
obsession with specifications? Are you capable of forming your own opinion
of rigs or must you rely on the opinions of others?
Tim, you aren't annoyed, you are annoying. Get a life, old man.
73, Mike N4NT
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Friday, April 18, 2003 10:22 PM
Subject: Re: [TenTec] Orion Reviews
> > Some Orion owner can always buy a PROII and compare the two; then send
> > back...oh yea, I forgot... no one else other than TenTec has a 30-day
> > back guarantee. Never mind.
> > Greg
> > AB7R
> I don't often taker the bait on this reflector, but it's the above kind of
> remark that annoys me with this reflector. All I'm asking about is how the
> Orion, as a new entry into the DSP market, might fair against the nearest
> DSP competition - which just happens to be made by another manufacturer.
> then the BS starts. I used to own a ProII and now I own a VI+ instead -
> the ProII is one very fine radio. Why start the sarcastic "if it's not TT
> it's no good" style remarks again? I really get tired of the inability of
> people to step out of the "TenTec Forever" box.
> It's a legitimate question for this reflector. Do we know if the 32 bit
> DSP system in the Orion works better than the Pro? Is that even a sensible
> question or is there too much else that is different between the designs?
> Myself I have no clue. It appears that no one happens to own both, but it
> sure would be nice to know.
> 73/Tim NZ7C