Bill Tippett wrote:
> Because you really need to do this for all SSB filters,
> in both TX and RX, and you don't want to be adjusting it each
> time. It is just most noticeable with narrow 2.0 or 1.8 filters.
> SHIFT in the MP only takes care of the RX issue and you would
> need to adjust it each time you go to SSB (like Orion below).
When using Inrad 1.8 kHz SSB filter I have to move SHIFT
approximately 1 division, otherwise audio response starts
above 500 Hz. And the direction is not the same for USB and LSB :-(
But with 2400 Hz filter SHIFT has to be centered.
Thus, switching filters demands adjusting SHIFT,
which is horrible, but cannot be avoided using menus.
So, I reset USB/LSB shifts in 8-x menus to zeros,
and adjust 9-x menus for nominal audio response
with 2400 Hz filter. Then apply SHIFT for 1800 Hz filter.
Sinisa YT1NT, VA3TTN
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