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Discussion in 'General CB Services Discussion' started by w9cll, May 28, 2013.
So I ask the question..... why?
Other than that I have NO idea why. Some claim it makes them sound better and easier to understand......BS. Having worked in professional sound broadcasting for 22 years I have NEVER seen or heard a case where distorting the audio by adding echo has ever increased the intelligibility of a signal.
This is where the pro echo users jump all over me for making that statement. :tongue:
Unplug the mike; you'll sound exactly like Elvis does these days...
Oh man Pat.....I was thinking the same thing as I scrolled down the page and then saw that you beat me too it. :laugh:
Always has crappy results when used on SSB; the slightest bit off freq ('likely') and they are nearly IMPOSSIBLE to understand or to respond to. Some guys just don't/can't get it.
In the description of the S9 they explain the use for Echo.
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It sounds crappy on AM as well. Mode makes no difference. FM is bad too. Never heard it on CW so I can't comment on that mode. :laugh:
Post #'s 7 and 11 are contenders so far. :laugh:
What if that really obnoxious operator is being obnoxious because he is running his echo cranked up all the way? IMO it becomes a case of dumb and dumber. :tongue:
I absolutely refuse to talk to anyone with echo, reverb or beeps. It's just a policy I live buy.