jrorke at cogeco.ca
Tue Jul 19 09:15:30 EDT 2016
Well If you know your test set is not lyng to you then I wouldnt worry
You can always do the direct O/P test with them to show you are not soft
on audio if they are in range.
Also maybe they are really complaining about people using Baofengs which
are notorious for low tx audio.
On 7/18/2016 9:49 PM, Robert Newberry wrote:
> Does anyone on this list have problems with people saying the level
> sounds a bit soft on their repeater? I set mine using the "preferred
> method" with a calibrated servicr monitor, outlined on the allstar
> page. Basically 3khz in 3khz out. All of the repeaters I setup I can
> change channels on my radio and the levels are equal and sound right
> to me. I run my radio at half volume. The people complaining about my
> levels are basing this on what they hear by ear in their car and
> compare me to to repeaters that were set up by people using their ear
> and not test gear.
> I'm basically holding the line and reluctant to budge, but maybe I'm
> missing something, such as is using that method for setup a little
> stingey on the level? I'm confident I'm setup right, but I'm
> scratching my head on the comments.
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