I bought the mod, but don't recall any prerequisites for it. I believe
it can be used with the original TT filters and will obtain the benefit
it claims. For best information, give George of Inrad a call.
On Sun, 19 Feb 2006 17:11:01 -0800 (PST) Randy Russe3ll
> I believe the Mod, though only $15, is meant to be
> used in conjuction with the #754 and #755 filters
> which go for $110 a piece new. These are 2.8 wide
> instead of 2.4 Hhz. wide. I'm looking at Scope
> photo of the sweep response on the mod w/filters and
> they clearly show a significant difference. Stock,
> unmodified, your bandwidth is going to be 475hz to
> 2107 hz. After the Inrad mod with the #754 and #755,
> the bandwidth changes to a 250hz to 2800hz spread.
> Inrad will send you a catalog/brochure if you ask them
> with this information in it.
> --- "Larry P. Greenberg" <email@example.com> wrote:
> > I am interested in purchasing the INRAD Audio
> > Modification for my Omni VI+. I understand that it
> > eliminates the restricted audio response on SSB and
> > smoothes the audio passband ripple. I am wondering
> > if anybody on the list has installed the mod and how
> > you liked it. It seems to me that restricted audio
> > frequency response in a radio would be beneficial to
> > DXers and contesters. Perhaps the mod was meant for
> > people liking a more high fidelity sound. Yes, I
> > know it's only $15 but I would appreciate any
> > comments that you can provide.
> > Larry, WA9MAG
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