> > HI ALL
> > MW0CRI DAVID HERE AGAIN!.ANYONE HELP? I'VE GOT THE
> > MD100A8X BASE MICROPHONE FOR MY FT 920 AND IT DOESN'T SEEM TO
> > LIKE IT ,I GET POOR AUDIO REPORTS AND THE METER SHOWING
> > OUTPUT POWER HARDLY MOVES.THIS THE SECOND ONE I'VE
> > HAD....SENT THE FIRST ONE BACK THINKING IT WAS FAULTY AND THE
> > SECOND ONE IS EXACTLY THE SAME!!.IS IT SOMETHING
> > SIMPLE?ANYONE HAD SAME TROUBLE. AS REGARDS TO THE FIRST
> > PROBLEM THAT I POSTED "FAULTY ATU" ,WELL I'D BLOWN ONE OF THE
> > MANY RELAYS! IN THE TUNER £114 LATER ALL FIXED. ANYWAY THANKS
> > TO ALL FOR TAKING TIME OUT AGAIN TO READ THIS 73S TO ALL.
> > HOPEING SOMEONE CAN HELP MW0CRI DAVID
> Start by making sure the MIC EQ on the 920 menu is off. If
> you have set transmit carrier offset in the menu's, return
> them to factory position, which I think is not offset, or 0.00.
> Turn the button on the bottom of the MD-100 to bypass for
> now, don't do any boosting, etc.
> I have my mic gain set to about 11 O'clock, and compression
> set to about 10 O'clock. I consistently get good audio
> reports and full output. You can try boosting the highs or
> lows at the MD-100 to suite your voice once you get things
> working. Talk to someone who is receiving you very well and
> ask them to give an opinion of better/worse. I've often
> gotten totally opposite opinions..so an opinion is just that.
> If you have the option, listen on a second receiver to se how
> you sound. Using the monitor function on the 920 doesn't tell
> you much.
> Be glad to have a QSO with you some evening..
> 73 John W8JJW
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