Back in the day of outboard DSP, we were so excited about IF DSP, first with
Kachina, TS870, then the rest of the world. Now that most everything is IF DSP,
it seems that a good fundamental analog design with some small DSP features on
the AF line was just about perfect. Easily removed when not in use so as not to
get in the way otherwise. LOVE my OMNI VI+, Paul please have it back here
working 100% asap! ;-)
Re: [TenTec] Corsair II DDS VFO
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Subject: Re: [TenTec] Corsair II DDS VFO
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Date: Tue, 22 Mar 2011 17:24:46 -0400
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.
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