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Reviews Categories | Microphone Equalizers & Transmit Audio Accessories | REA AMM-HF1 Amplitude Modulation Monitor Help

Reviews Summary for REA AMM-HF1 Amplitude Modulation Monitor
REA AMM-HF1 Amplitude Modulation Monitor Reviews: 2 Average rating: 5.0/5 MSRP: $399.95
Description: This is a peak reading instrument, showing your actual modulation percentage at all times. The monitor features separate high resolution (100 LEDs total) positive and negative peak meters, and both meters include a peak-hold function, showing you the most recent, high positive and negative peak level. The AMM-HF1 is the perfect instrument for measuring and monitoring the modulation of complex, varying audio signals such as voice or music.

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KC2IFR Rating: 5/5 Apr 13, 2009 15:56 Send this review to a friend
The best thing since sliced bread!  Time owned: 6 to 12 months
If u are a SERIOUS AM'er......this modulation monitor is a MUST. The accuracy of this thing is spot on. Steve (QIX) is a no bullsh@# ham that would not design a piece of equipment that did not meet or exceed FCC standers.
AB2EZ Rating: 5/5 Jan 21, 2007 13:42 Send this review to a friend
A great product for AMers  Time owned: 0 to 3 months
This is a great shack accessory for AM operators. The Web site gives a complete description. Based on my own measurements, it is very accurate. It is also very easy to use, with a well-designed user interface. The display dynamics provide a clear, easy-to-understand and interpret picture of your positive and negative modulation indices... that complements what you can see when you display the envelope of your signal on an oscilloscope.

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