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This isn’t unique to this mic. The Mic Gain graphic display and Digital Delay area are blue with gold trim.

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The delay time between each echo is set with the Digital Delay control from a short reverb to a long repeat echo of close to one second. The gooseneck is a black flexible type. This control is labeled GAIN and is located on the rear panel of the microphone base near the gooseneck.

Slapback echo works exactly as Echo but only repeats once. I know the majority of echo users are out to annoy the world, but digital asgatic can be an enhancement rather than a detraction. Redbeardyour non profit Prophet from the ‘Bam!!!

Most operators want to talk a foot or two from the mic and to do that the mic must be tuned up to be more sensitive causing feedback when talkback is used. In my opinion, the mic sounds better than a D At MAX the echo the mic tested repeated approximately 10 times. Talkback is almost useless with a desk mic anyway. The Mic Gain is a slide control that sets the level into the digital circuitry.

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To the left, Figure 1, is a top view that will help you better visualize the controls as they’re described, and following are descriptions of these controls and the effect they have per the manufacturer’s instructions and my experience.

What I mean by that is that the echo was louder that the spoken word.

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I thought it was only an unrelated promotional gimmick. Setting the control to the center position turns off the echo effects.

They are manuwl mics. Even someone that doesn’t understand it can see that there is a lot of electronic in this unit. This push button selects the single or multi tone ETS. This control is set after the mic gain is adjusted as described above. Also in the shack: It also allows you to have multiple mic cords pre-wired for all you favorite radios in your closet. The very popular Sadelta Echo Master Plus has the same problem.

Use this control to set the overall level of the mic. A look inside the mic and the quality engineering and workmanship is immediately evident. Looking at the schematic I noticed two amplifier stages dedicated to audio tailoring. Echo mics aren’t new, but digital echo for CB is new. The Effects gain control adjusts the volume of the Echo and Slapback echo effects. On the air results aetatic incredible. This makes it possible for the end user to change the mic cord if it goes bad.

No switch failures or scratchy transmissions due to side pressure from poor mechanical designs. Located mwnual to the ear jack it is used to adjust the headphone or amplified speaker volume. Sorry for the poor quality, this is a copy of a copy. From the CB to the PC! A word spoken into the mic will repeat and decrease in volume until it fades away.


Looking at the schematic in the digital delay control area, it looks as if one might be able to increase the delay by playing with the values of R16 and R The digital control knobs are black with red inserts.

I use a little of the built in echo in the DX On the nest page is a co py of the schematic.

It sounds like someone modified it so that the ETS button became the PTT, allowing the previous user to remain keyed up for long periods of time without having to hold the PTT. After all, digital delay, echo, reverb and slapback echo are used in the recording industry as well as in surround sound reproduction. A 10 W capacitor on the transmit line in the radio or mic will give enough delay on the transmit line so that momentary drop out isn’t detected by the radio.

This is how they got the sound of the D using a electret condenser mic element. I’m sure there are other effects that can be created with the infinite amount of control this mic offers.

The PTT and Lock bars are blue.