[TenTec] Source for Binaural Receiver
GLHuber at msn.com
Sun Jan 1 14:57:22 EST 2017
The Flex-1500 (which I have) will do binaural using the IQ stream. The
FLEX-5000 with second RX will do Diversity. The FLEX 6700 does Diversity
while the other two 6000 series are binaural capable.
And the AOR TDR-370 Audio DSP (which I have) has binaural output. When
you have hearing impairments, you find ways to hear your radio better.
(at least I have tried).
73 ES DX,
Gary - AB9M
On 1/1/2017 1:33 PM, Doc wrote:
> Jim, well I don't know whether the Orion does all this or not. Never have
> owned one of those beauties! I have learned that the K3 and K3S have this
> capability. I have been trying to save up some shekels for onel. I have a
> K2, but it doesn't have any capability for a second receiver.
> Yep, I believe that the system takes output from a single antenna and does
> it's magic. Somehow there is a process which takes the single source, then
> divides it into left and right. Then it sends these two signals into the
> headphones, one signal out of phase 90 degrees from the other. The effect
> is dramatic as I said earlier.
> I actually owned a receiver which did this, only to lose it in a move.
> Rats. Sure would like to have this one back. No idea as to where it went,
> but suddenly when we got into our new house, there was no binaural
> receiver. I probably should have gone out for a replacement in those days,
> which was about 15 years ago, because doubtless several guys were building
> them up from articles in QST and elsewhere.
> On Sun, Jan 1, 2017 at 11:33 AM, Jim Brown <k9yc at audiosystemsgroup.com>
>> Thanks Doc. Are these the signals from a single antenna or from two?
>> If from a single antenna, this sounds like Digital Signal Processing. The
>> Elecraft K3 has a function like this that I've never tried. I should do
>> that. :)
>> If it's from two synchronized receivers, its called diversity. The K3 can
>> do that too if you buy the second RX. Does the Orion do that with its
>> second RX?
>> 73, Jim K9YC
>> On Sun,1/1/2017 9:22 AM, Doc wrote:
>>> In essence it is a receiver which allows the listener to hear the sound
>>> field in effect "floating" in the background in three-dimensional space.
>>> had one, and the effect was simply stunning. The signals in the passband
>>> conveniently spread around in the sound field, making it very easy to
>>> separate. In other words, the signals as it were separate themselves, so
>>> the listener can easily focus on the desired signal. So the sound didn't
>>> merely left to right, but "around".
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