Thanks to all for their responses! I have made an
offer on a used MH-59 (including and not including
a swap of my stock MH-31).
If that does not work out I will save up for a
new one. Small free tailgate here tomorrow morning.
I had read the AE7Q RF article, very helpful.
> The MH-36 is a more limited microphone with a few programmable buttons on
> The MH-59 is a fully featured microphone, but can be prone to RF getting
> into your audio. When I'm operating portable, I use the MH-36 since the
> antenna tends to be in the near field. I like the MH-59, but I don't take
> chances and if I have space in my pack, I'll bring it and use it but have
> the MH-36 as a backup.
> I just ran across this article on fixing the RF issue.
> It is courtesy of AE7Q on his web site.
> Enjoy & Vy 73,
> Gordon Beattie, W2TTT
Thanks! & 73,
... somewhere in FL
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