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Re: Headphones on AO-51


No, its just a mono jack. I use to own a T7H, so I had a headset from 
that. The W32A is basically two T7Hs in one. Once I realized this during 
Dayton, I cracked and bought a W32A. :)


Nate Duehr wrote:
> On Wednesday 03 August 2005 10:20, Andrew Carter wrote:
>>So I've read all info about getting on satellites and how you should
>>hear yourself on the downlink. Using my headphone/mic headset and my
>>Arrow with duplexer, I can never hear myself. Sometimes I think I heard
>>myself, but I just completed a QSO with W7JPI and I heard static during
>>keydown. Thoughts?
> Does the W32 put out one band on the left speaker channel and the other on the 
> right?
> I don't own a W32, but just a thought... I have had full-duplex HT's that do 
> the split ear thing... seems like it was user-configurable also.
> I had a surprise last night -- I never realized my Kenwood TH-F6A had an 
> oddball speaker/headset plug until I went to put a pair of headphones on it 
> last night trying to keep quiet while listening to Shuttle audio at 3AM 
> local.  (GRIN)
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