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TOPIC: Yaesu MH hand mic dx profile ?

Yaesu MH hand mic dx profile ? 13 Dec 2021 18:40 #1

Guys for those that stick to the little Yaesu MH hand microphone with the sunsdr2dx what proc / mic settings do you use for both ragchew type audio and dx type audio ? Be great to see what others find as the sweet spot for dx type audio etc with this particular mic ? How do you personally find the default mic settings ?
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Yaesu MH hand mic dx profile ? 27 Dec 2021 18:30 #2

Just set up my Behringer xm8500 desk mic via the profile that DL5KH kindly shared on this site and it sounds superb , and exactly with the same settings that were shared , now to set up this Yaesu hand mic for dx audio, so again be great to see some dx type audio profiles for the sunsdr2dx / Yaesu hand mic . Or even a profile for a studio mic for the same penetrating dx type audio instead of essb type .
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Yaesu MH hand mic dx profile ? 21 Jan 2022 21:12 #3

Hey GM1ZVJ - I am getting a SunSDR2DX tomorrow and would like to get hold of a hand mic to use occasionally. Did you manage to get the Yaesu MH mic up and working with your SunSDR? And... was it the Yeasu MH 31A8 version?

Thanks
GW3JVB
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Yaesu MH hand mic dx profile ? 25 Jan 2022 09:49 #4

Hi there unfortunately did not get any suggested settings for the hand mic but default settings certainly produce decent audio in itself.
Enjoy the radio sure your will love it, massive learning curve for some but worth it !
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Yaesu MH hand mic dx profile ? 25 Jan 2022 15:38 #5

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Hello.
While obtaining someone else's dx profile is a great idea, what I have come to realize especially for myself is that the best way to achieve a great sound from the Yaesu mic or any mic being used on the SunSDR2 DX is to actually follow through with the initial setup process. Start from getting to desired mic gain for your own voice with every other things off, example: compression, parametric equalization etc., ensuring that the mic meter deflection is not no going beyond zero db to positive deflection, then following through with the rest. Watch your gains and reduce them where necessary. A lot of parameter explanation can be found in the Addendum. Remember that people's voice pattern differs and the settings will also differ from person to person. Remember to save and export profile to a folder on your computer.

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