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Re: [TenTec] Corsair II DDS VFO

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Subject: Re: [TenTec] Corsair II DDS VFO
From: Richards <jruing@ameritech.net>
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Date: Tue, 22 Mar 2011 17:24:46 -0400
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I agree with you, even though I am a DSP fan.

I believe the biggest problem, as with so many other helpful audio 
processing gadgets, is a little is a lot, and a lot is too much. 
Overdoing it will make the resulting audio worse, maybe to the point of 
becoming unintelligible.   It is not a cure for all types of noise, and 
cannot remove all of it.   It "helps" is as good as it gets.  If you try 
to do to much with it, it is way worse than without it.

Happy Trails.
=======================  Richards / K8JHR  =========================

On 3/22/2011 4:22 PM, Barry N1EU wrote:

> DSP skeptic here.  I encourage anyone interested to go to
> http://www.w4rt.com/BHI/DSP-817.htm and click on the links to hear the
> recordings of DSP action.  Instead of turning down the RF Gain
> control, he uses dsp to filter the noise to make horrendously
> unnatural sounding audio.  Why would anyone want this in a Corsair?
> Different strokes I guess.

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