The way Buck describes this problem, it almost sounds like a "debounce"
problem on the switches. I just hit mine at least 100 times and couldn't
get it to repeat again, and yet last night it did it twice on just a few
pushes. Go figure.
On Tue, 14 Jun 2005 08:29:01 EDT K4IA@aol.com writes:
> I sometimes find it hard to tell if the NR is working or not. Band
> noise is
> still there. But I find that if I let the NR "do its thing" the S
> gradually declines and even though I still hear noise - it is at a
> much lower
> level than before. My natural inclination was to crank up the
> audio gain a
> little bit so I could "hear" the radio. Then when a signal comes
> on, it really
> jumps out at you.
> I have found that you must push the button firmly. A partial push
> or a
> light touch will change the display but not engage the NR. I know
> that makes no
> sense but that is the way it works on my Orion. I use a setting of
> 3 as I
> find that reduces the noise in about a second or two with a minimum
> Craig "Buck"
> Fredericksburg, Virginia USA
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