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Author Topic: TS-2000 Shottky Diode Reciever Mod  (Read 6413 times)
EA8AFB
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« Reply #15 on: July 16, 2010, 07:00:28 AM »

Hello. sorry for my bad English first.  have these diodes for sale in EBAY, purchased 30,000 units in Japan and put in my TS-2000X and the sound is softer but the reception is perfect I am very happy with the change. greetings EA8AFB 250666670342

Hola. disculpen mi mal ingles ante todo. yo tengo estos diodos en venta en EBAY,  comprado 30000 unidades en JAPON y coloque en mi TS-2000X y el ruido es mas suave pero la recepciĆ³n es perfecta estoy muy contento con la modificaciĆ³n. saludos EA8AFB    250666670342
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« Reply #16 on: July 21, 2010, 02:24:11 PM »

A friend of mine just did the mod to his 2000 and we compared mine (without the mod) to his prior to his mod and after and all I have to say is he is going to be doing mine shortly because it made a major difference.  The hiss is not completely gone but now you have to strain to hear it as opposed to it hitting you square in the face.
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« Reply #17 on: August 20, 2010, 02:46:37 PM »

If you follow the TS2000 Users Group you may have heard about people having what sounds like lightning crashes on the receiver on all bands. They have traced this back to filters that are failing in the TS2000.  You can tell if your radio is doing this by disconnecting the antenna and turn the radio on and see if the static crashes are still there (note: of course do this on a day when you have no lightning).  If it is still there you will need to replace the bad filter, it seems to effect one of the three in the radio.  Early versions of the TS-2000 seem to be immune to this or they haven't been as many reported.
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KK4MS
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« Reply #18 on: May 18, 2011, 09:37:14 AM »

One of the most disappointing things about reading theses mod threads is when you see someone write " the factory would have done it in the first place! " This goes against the very origin of " Amateur Radio ", hence we have more appliance operators than HAMS. Please someone " deliver us from Huh??

Mike
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