Good point, Jerry. I think it applies to microphone selection
and use, as well.
That is the reason I often recommend a good, but not always
the best microphones for ham use. Consider how the Shure
communications mics are of limited range by design and they
have a real good following.
Just MY take,... anyway.
============== Richards - K8JHR =================
----- Original Message -----
. Having a narrower pass band in the audio and
> headphones would not have given out those annoying none signal
> components. There is no need for audio stage or reproducer responses in
> ham gear down to 30 Hz or above 3 or 4 KHz yet with wide range head
> phones that wide response is present.
> 73, Jerry, K0CQ
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