If you go to the TT site, and to the download section, I recall seeing the
omni VI plus manual. However, I too have an omni VI-3 and the manual has
the addendum. As I remember you had to read closely to determine the button
changes. There are several changes in the menu you should be familiar with.
You'll need to go into the menu to change some of the defaults, such as
those for the LP button. You can set this wherever you like as a cuttoff.
The NR is the DSP noise reduction. Some of the others changed too and
should be outlined in the addendum.
As for the filters, I have no idea why someone would want 3 2.4 filters in
the rig in the 9mhz if. You should have a 2.4 under the panel (can't see it
unless you remove it) and two others N-1 and N-2. The under the other panel
is another 2.4 and then the 6.3 slots. If you get new filters, get Inrad.
This depends on your operating mode and style.
Email direct if you have further questions.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Brian Pepperdine" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Tuesday, September 22, 2009 4:06 PM
Subject: [TenTec] OMNI VI +ver 3 info?
> Hello. I recently bought a Factory updated OMNI VI+ ver. 3.
> Nice. But the addendum sheets to the upgrade don't tell the whole story.
> Does anyone have or know of where the info is to describe the new button
> functions that have been substituted in for the original buttons on the
> right? I am not sure of all the functions (some don't seem to do anything
> Also, this rig came with both roofing filter slots filled with
> International Crystal 2.4 filters. I am mystified as to what they do..
> either one of them N1 or N2 don't seem to do much.... do I have to be in
> the heat of contest battle with warriors close on all sides to notice any
> In any case, the normal 2.4 stock IF seems fine and if it suited me
> better maybe I should sell those filters and put in 500 hz CW filters or
> go it alone with the standard IF xtal filters (it has the 1.8 and 500 in
> it already)...?
> Any info appreciated.
> Brien Pepperdine
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