New to using single sideband (SSB), or been doing it for years, ask your questions here or try to help those that are new
Moderator: JR Moderator
- NEW DUCK
- Posts: 2
- Joined: Saturday, 16 August 2014, 7:32 AM
- Name: Randy Lee
- Cell Phone: 4056185966
Can anyone help me? I have followed the factory specs to the letter, but my lower sideband receive has a very high pitched, tinny sound. Everything, even white noise or static. The AM and USB sound great. Everything is set to spec. Is there a way to adjust the LSB so it sounds normal. not high pitched?
- Posts: 7507
- Joined: Saturday, 12 June 2010, 19:05 PM
- Radio: Uniden Washington
- Antenna: Avanti Sigma II
- Name: Greg
- Location: Baltimore, MD
I'm guessing this is in receive mode. It sounds like the LSB is still a little high, I think the LSB specs are wrong on one of the online spec sheets. I'd compare them to similar radios like the Texas Ranger TR-696. Keeping these Galaxy's and TR's on frequency is a chore, best to unlock the clarifier, just my opinion.
"321, the Middle of Maryland"
23 AM "WORLD WIDE" 38 LSB
Strong Supporter of America's Original Homeland Security Act
The Second Amendment
Official Moderator - CBRT Complaint Department
- Posts: 137
- Joined: Saturday, 06 January 2018, 20:23 PM
- Radio: Galaxy DX959, 29LTD
- Antenna: Browning, PAT-12
- Name: Greg
- Cell Phone: 331-200-0775
- Location: Schaumburg, Illinois
I agree, plus it's a fairly simple mod. One of the first mods i did on my 959. Check it out
"822" Were alive and Kickin'
From the land of Lincoln