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Author Topic: A LOWFER's delight? Make the Kenwood TS-2000 to RX down to 10kHz!  (Read 293 times)

Offline ThaDood

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Wow!!!!! Apparently, mods.dk has a MOD submitted on taking the 30kHz RX limit of the TS-2000 (Which is still pretty good to go down there.), down to 10kHz!    https://www.mods.dk/view.php?ArticleKey=f20d2674cdaf084aaa46808367fcc2f8     I haven't tried this, yet, but it's perked my interest.   UPDATE 11/18/2018:  Wow!!! That does work! So, what do I hear down in 10kHz? Treble highs from audio. It sounds like high FREQ AM splatter to me here. So, I can now listen to the limits of stereos, but BFD, stereos don't QSL.
« Last Edit: November 18, 2018, 1739 UTC by ThaDood »
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