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Re: Mirage Preamp Setting




Hi again richard- wrote faster than I thought- the higher gain reduces
selectivity. Bottom line: if you have good seperation of antennas, try
the high setting. If you run alot of power ; low.
thanks again for the contact, pat n2oeq


On Sun, 20 Aug 2006, Richard Lawn wrote:

> I'm about to mast mount a new Mirage 70cm preamp. It has a high/low setting.
> Any suggestions from the group as I'm sure many of you are using this
> preamp. Is the high setting too much gain? I got tired of forgetting I had
> the ARR preamp on an frying it by sending too much RF into it.
> 73
> Rick
> W2JAZ
> 
> Richard Lawn, Dean
> College of Performing Arts
> University of the Arts
> 215-717-6125
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