Same connectors & all that, just changed the radios. I knew it was
higher output with the corsair but you asked a good question that
begs an answer & since the Omni isn't packed to go yet, here's some
results that I'm taking off the watt meter in the MFJ 3KW tuner (So
#s are suspect... but the changes are with the same equipment.
Corsair Omni V
10M 105W 100W
15M 123W 100W
20M 120W 90W
40M 145W 105W
80M 152W 110W
160M 160W 120W
The Corsair does indeed have a greater output.
Happy New Year!
> Ever tried to actually measure the output of the two radios? I'd
> think they would be about the same. Might be wise to look at the
> power level between the radio and the amp with the two radios. Also,
> look at the SWR as cable lengths, types, connectors and etc. might
> have something to do with it.
> Happy New Year to all. Hope to hear you on SKN.
> Bob, K4TAX
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Gary Smith" <Gary@doctorgary.net>
> To: <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> Sent: Monday, December 31, 2007 9:35 AM
> Subject: [TenTec] Nother' discovery about the Corsair & Titan
> > Hi,
> > Just a quick followup on an observation; I notice the Corsair must
> > have a greater output than the Omni as it easily drives the 425 to
> > full output with considerable more available drive to go.
> > The Titan gets up there with the Omni V but I have to use all the
> > output it gives to get to the red bar.
> > I really do love this old Corsair II workhorse and it really hears
> > beautifully. Too bad it doesn't interface with the computer...
> > Happy New Year!
> > Gary
> > KA1J
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