IC-7200 TX in SSB, pass-band width question

Discussion in 'Radio Circuits, Repair & Performance' started by JL1DCA, Sep 28, 2019.

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  1. JL1DCA

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    Hello folks,

    Its users over there, please share with me your knowledge about what are real about it.
    It seems it has the same frequency-spectrum range in TX mode no matter which If-filter mode is turned on.
    Listening to its moduration with another radio, I can hardly evaluate it as excellent.
    It sounds to me lacking no smooth and natural bass and having enhanced 300~400Hz.
    Any intentional frequency balance change is designed in the radio before the signal reaches the BM?
    I expect it to have a natural and fully overall SSB width.
    Your info will help me a lot.

    JL1DCA D. Suzuki
     
    Last edited: Sep 28, 2019
  2. JL1DCA

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    "A path-band" would seem correct......

    Do you suppose it to have some intentional frequency-balance change in the radio before the modulation siganal reaches the BM?
     
    Last edited: Sep 28, 2019
  3. KX4OM

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    The HM-36 microphone supplied with the IC-7200 is made in China. Older model IC-7200 HM-36 microphones were made in Japan. The China-made HM-36 mic has been criticized for having poor audio compared to the Japan-made microphone. Do a web search on "HM-36 microphone QRZ" and "hm-36 microphone eham.net" for further information.

    Ted, KX4OM
     
  4. WL7PM

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    I sent my IC7200 mic in the mail to AB5N for modification.
    Cost around $40 or so, and gets great signal reports now.
     
  5. JL1DCA

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    Thank you all for replies.
    I have a SONY's condensor mic at the moment in use with my radio in question.
    Mic audio is supplied at a line level by its ACC jack using an external Behringer tube mic amp.
    Doesn't the radio itself seem to have any issues about audio in TX mode?
    Is a full 3khz path-band width is available with the radio in transmitter mode?
     

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  6. JL1DCA

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    The one I own. DSC00017.JPG
     
  7. JL1DCA

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    It was figured out that this radio has its IF filter in TX mode digitally managed and fixed as 2.4Khz wide in SSB.
    This thread is closed.

    JL1DCA Yasu,D,Suzuki
     
    Last edited: Oct 1, 2019

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