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Old 07-29-2009, 05:11 AM
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my gut tells me this is total CB bullchit ...... but i dont know that so im asking .
is anyone familiar with this ????

http://mysite.verizon.net/jabartal/

"Our Mauldulator technology enables high fidelity systems that result in the best sound money can buy. Finally, high fidelity is available to the masses. It's only a matter of time before you must step up to high fidelity. Our technology produces asymmetrical modulation, tube emulation, high fidelity audio transmission. When combined with a transceiver, power supply, microphone and a suitable form of audio processing, the Mauldulator provides a clarity and punch that is beyond comparison. In addition to the above, all Mauldulator kits are shipped with Remotomaul Basic. This is software and built in hardware to allow remote PTT and high fidelity RX and TX over the Internet. Imagine there being no skip in your home town, and being able to log on to a radio in another state and talk."

more "info" . Motormouth Maul RF Technologies - Making Hi Fidelity Amplitude Modulation available to CB operators worldwide.


also what is "asymmetrical modulation" and is it something really benefical ?

seems like a lot to invest considering %90+ of the folks hearing it will be listening on a crappy lil speaker .

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Old 07-29-2009, 06:02 AM
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Old 07-29-2009, 06:38 AM
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all that fun in the 70s and 80s has taken its toll on my few brain cells .
i guess next ill be catfish noodling in allagator filled waters !!

in my defense (LOL) i didnt say i believed it , just wanted to confirm my doubts and see y'alls comments about it .
the only thing i could find on "asymmetrical modulation" using google was related to computer networking .
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Old 07-29-2009, 07:03 AM
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Double post, sorry.

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Old 07-29-2009, 07:04 AM
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I have to say that is some of the best 'CB' advertising I've seen in a while.
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(Take that any way you think you should. I'm not exactly 'proud' of how I said it, but the sentiment is exactly what I said.)

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Old 07-29-2009, 02:38 PM
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asymmetrical modulation is what an "NPC" mod produces.

picture the line on an oscilloscope and a wave traveling across the screen.
the wave goes up a certain distance above that line, and then comes back down below the line the same distance.

this wave would be known as symmetrical.

if you were to Compress the Negative Peaks (below the line) but leave the positive peaks (above the line) the way they were, the wave would now be known as asymmetrical.

the merits of this form of processing have been debated for a long time.

it might be kind of cool if someone were to do a youtube video showing the sound of a stock radio like a 148GTL, and then did the NPC mod to it and showed the difference in the sound.

this product may be all hype, but motormouthmaul does know what he is doing when it comes to audio.
check his site out and see the processors he makes himself.
i have done the receive audio mods he suggests for the 148GTL and i loved the difference!

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Old 07-29-2009, 03:03 PM
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i have much respect for your post here LC but i just dont see it .
$450 for his kit and he says a W2IHY EQplus is also needed , another $360 .
seems for $800 a ham radio converted to 11 meters would be a much better and cost effective option , not to mention much more frequency and mode options .

ive got far better and more important things to spend $800 bucks on , im just trying to get some understand of how this is supposed to be benefical .
i will say if there is some benefit it seemes it would be wasted on 11 meters (the builders target market) considering the speakers most listen with there .
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Old 07-29-2009, 06:03 PM
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Booty why not ask these questions at the place it originated from and get the answers directly from the people involved.

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