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N4RCK
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« on: January 29, 2014, 08:53:35 PM »

 i  purchased a new hmm mic for my kenwood ts-50 . it sounded flat
 too bassy.  i  sent it back. i  have the hm-4 heil on the way hoping it
 will  have some highs.  i just hope it dont have too much  for am.  i
 would like some input on the best way to pick a mic for the ts-50??
 i have a bassy voice and the ts-50 has no equilization  being its an
 older rig.   thanks
 
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W9MMS
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« Reply #1 on: February 09, 2014, 10:20:43 AM »

How did you come to the conclusion that the Mic is too "Bassy"?

The TS 50S has a Transmit BW of only 2.4 kHz, not sure if it 300 - 2700 Hz , or 200 - 2600 Hz.
Kinda hard to pass too much Bass on transmit with such a narrow Transmit Bandwidth. 

I must point out. If someone is receiving a very strong signal from you, and they are using their
NB, you will sound very bassy to them.
 
It doesn't matter how Bassy you or anyone voice for that matter happens to be.
What matters is how much low frequency a Radio Passband will pass through, and the TS 50S does not
pass a lot of low freq through.

((((73)))) Milverton. 
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