{Collins} Re: Microphone for 32s-3



David,

As the elements age, one of the characteristics is the audio becomes =
"muddy"
or "fuzzy."  There is loss of high frequency response and what's left is =
not
as articulate as it once was.

YMMV...
--
73,
Floyd Soo, W8RO
President, HI-RES Communications, Inc.
President, Collins Collectors Association
floyd@xxxxxxxxxxxxx


> -----Original Message-----
> From: collins-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:collins-
> bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of David C. Hallam
> Sent: Friday, August 04, 2006 1:24 PM
> To: COLLINS@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
> Subject: {Collins} Re: Microphone for 32s-3
>=20
> In the thread on this post, someone made the statement that the SM-1 =
or
> Turner 95D (same microphone) developed problems with age.  I wondered =
what
> the problem(s) might be.  I use two of them at my station and wondered =
if
> I should be checking for something.
>=20
> David
> KC2JD


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