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SETTINGS FOR ESSB RADIO UNITS

нАСТРОЙКИ ДЛЯ БЛОКОВ ESSB RADIO
нАСТРОЙКИ ДЛЯ БЛОКОВ ESSB RADIO
ESSB RADIO
SETTINGS FOR ESSB RADIO UNITS
MIC2200 Settings: 
  • LEFT CHANNEL:
    1) Set the “+48 V” IN, the light is “ON” (this supplies power to the microphone)

  • 2) Set the “MIC/LINE” pushbutton IN, the light is “ON” (this turns on the MIC mode for the XLR)

  • 3) Turn the “MIC GAIN” Control to the 9:00 o’clock position (this is just a starting point)

  • 4) Set the “PHASE REV.” pushbutton OUT, Light is “OFF” (don’t need this)

  • 5) Turn the Low Cut “Hz Frequency” Control to the 12:00 o’clock position (won’t be using this)

  • 6) Set the “LO CUT” pushbutton OUT, Light is “OFF” (don’t need this)

  • 7) Turn the EQ “Hz Frequency” Control to the 12:00 o’clock position (won’t be using this either) Set the “x 10” pushbutton OUT, Light is “OFF” (don’t need this)

  • 9) Set the “x 0.1” pushbutton OUT, Light is “OFF” (don’t need this)

  • 10) Turn the “Octave Bandwidth” Control to the 12:00 o’clock position (don’t need this)

  • 11) Turn the “db Level” Control to the 12:00 o’clock position (don’t need this)

  • 12) Set the “EQ IN/OUT” pushbutton OUT, Light is “OFF” (don’t need this)

  • 13) Turn the “db Output” Control to the 0db, 12:00 o’clock position (this is just a starting point)

    You will notice that there are allot of features not being used on this unit.
    Most of what is not being used here will be taken care of with the EQ.
SETTINGS FOR ESSB RADIO UNITS
настройки одного канала mdx 2200

one channel settings mdx 2200

        Settings; 

  – Buttons Pressed in are RELEASE, SC FILTER, IN/OUT

Threshold -35
Ratio3
Threshold-5
Ratio2,5
Attack50
Release0,25
Output0
Treshold+12

   2 channel settings for mdx 2200

  • LEFT CHANNEL: to drive the chain

    Expander/Gate Settings:
    1) Turn the “THRESHOLD” Control to “OFF”, Full CCW. (We will set this later)

  • 2) Set the “RELEASE” pushbutton IN, Light is “ON” (This will make for a SLOW release)

  • 3) Turn the “RATIO” Control to “2.5”, 12:00 o’clock. (Good starting point)

    Compressor/Limiter Settings:
    1) Set the “SC EXT” pushbutton OUT, the light is “OFF”. (Not Used)

  • 2) Set the “SC MON” pushbutton OUT, the light is “OFF”. (Not Used)

  • 3) Turn the “THRESHOLD” Control all the way to the RIGHT, Clockwise. (This will deactivate the compressor as you will not be using it on the Left Channel)

  • 4) Set the “INTERACTIVE” pushbutton OUT, the light is “OFF”. (Not Used)

  • 5) Set the “SC FILTER” pushbutton OUT, the light is “OFF”. (Not Used)

  • 6) Turn the “RATIO” Control all the way to the LEFT, CCW. (This will deactivate the compressor as You will not be using it on the Left Channel)

  • 7) Turn the “ATTACK” Control all the way to the RIGHT, Clockwise. (This will deactivate the compressor, as you will not be using it on the Left Channel)
     Set the “AUTO” pushbutton OUT, the light is “OFF”. (Not Used)

  • 9) Turn the “RELEASE” Control all the way to the LEFT, Counter-Clockwise. (This will deactivate the compressor as You will not be using it on the Left Channel)

  • 10) Turn the “OUTPUT” Control to the “0” position, 12:00. (This will be adjusted later to get the correct Input gain on the EQ)

  • 11) Set the “I/O METER” pushbutton OUT, the light is “OFF”. (Just for now)

  • 12) Set the “IN/OUT” pushbutton IN, the light is “ON”. (This will engage this channel)


    Peak Limiter Settings:
    Turn the “LIMITER” Control all the way to the RIGHT, “OFF”.
    (This will deactivate the Peak Limiter, as you will not be using it)

    Coupler Settings:
    Set the “COUPLE” pushbutton OUT, the light is “OFF”. (Not Used)


    RIGHT CHANNEL: to drive the dsp 2024

    Expander/Gate Settings:
    1) Turn the “THRESHOLD” Control to “OFF”. (Not Used)

  • 2) Set the “RELEASE” pushbutton OUT, the light is “OFF” (Not Used)

  • 3) Turn the “RATIO” Control to “1”, CCW. (Not Used)

    Compressor/Limiter Settings:
    1) Set the “SC EXT” pushbutton OUT, the light is “OFF”. (Not Used)

  • 2) Set the “SC MON” pushbutton OUT, the light is “OFF”. (Not Used)

  • 3) Turn the “THRESHOLD” Control to “0”, about 2:00. (This will be the Starting point)

  • 4) Set the “INTERACTIVE” pushbutton IN, the light is “ON”. (This will give a very nice smooth and transparent compression)

  • 5) Set the “SC FILTER” pushbutton OUT, the light is “OFF”. (Not Used)

  • 6) Turn the “RATIO” Control to “3:1”, about the 10 O’clock position. (This will be the best ratio to start with)

  • 7) Turn the “ATTACK” Control all the way to the LEFT, Counter-Clockwise. (This will make the attack very quick) Set the “AUTO” pushbutton OUT, the light is “OFF”. (Not Used)

  • 9) Turn the “RELEASE” Control to about the 1:00 o’clock position. (This will give the release a slightly slow recovery)

  • 10) Turn the “OUTPUT” Control to the “0” position. (This will be adjusted later to get the correct Input gain on the DSP2024P)

  • 13) Set the “I/O METER” pushbutton OUT, the light is “OFF”. (Just for now)

  • 14) Set the “IN/OUT” pushbutton IN, the light is “ON”. (This will engage this channel)


    Peak Limiter Settings:
    Turn the “LIMITER” Control all the way to the RIGHT, “OFF”.
    (This will deactivate the Peak Limiter, as you will not be using it)
SETTINGS FOR ESSB RADIO UNITS
audio adjustment for deq2496 just starting points 

We’ll give you the following settings for a basic starting point.
It should sound good when it is in there,
This is almost impossible to do without actually hearing it over the air.
 We’ll give you the settings in Frequency, Bandwidth then Gain.

i’m not using any other settings just the peq I reset the deq2496 (press and hold the “COMPARE” and “MEMORY” buttons simultaneously while turning ON the DEQ2496)
 peq settings: for some one else migth be different

  •  Frequency = 90 hz 
  • Bandwidth = 3/4 octave
  • Gain = +4
  • Frequency = 160 hz 
  • Bandwidth = 1/4 
  • Gain = -15
  • Frequency = 320 hz 
  • Bandwidth = 3/4 
  • Gain = -3
  • Frequency = 520 hz
  • Bandwidth = 3/4
  • Gain = -6
  • Frequency = 900 hz
  • Bandwidth = 3/4 
  • Gain = -4
  • Frequency = 1.8 kc
  • Bandwidth = 1/2 
  • Gain = -6
  • Frequency = 3.2kc
  • Bandwidth = 1/2 
  • Gain = +4
  • Frequency = 4kc
  • Bandwidth = 1/2 
  • Gain = +8
  • Give these a try and see how it sounds.
  • If you have a real bassy voice then you might have to reduce the 90 hz frequency to 80 hz or 70 hz and perhaps reduce the gain.
  • If you have allot of midrange in your voice, then you might have to reduce the 320 hz or 520 hz Filters some more in gain.
  • The Highs will be the hardest to set. You want to push enough to get some brilliance and clarity, but without having a Compressor, you won’t be able to push allot of them with out “Tearing” on sibulance.
  • The secret here is to keep the bandwidth narrow, and just adjust the gains.
  • The Frequencies should be perfect for you on the highs.
  • The 1.8kc filter is for Brittleness reduction.
  • It should be good is set up as shown.
  • The 160 hz filter is for boomyness and boxiness.
  • It should also be good as shown, if your voice Fundamentals are from 100 hz to 200 hz, maybe reduce the gain another -5db to a total of -20db.
  • Also, as We don’t know your voice, Watch the 900 hz filter. If it sounds too Nasally, then reduce this filter gain to 0 and see if it goes away…..if it helps then reduce it to -4db.

Filter #1: Bass
Frequency: 50 to 80 Hz (Depending on voice characteristics, lower voices stay low, higher voices stay high)
Bandwidth: 30/60 (1/2 Octave — Some voices could use 20/60 (1/3) and some 45/60 (3/4) octaves
Fine Tune: Adjust to suit your voice and taste exactly
Gain: Boost @ +6 db to +16 db (depending on how big of a bottom you want)

Filter #2: Lower midrange
Frequency: 160 Hz (This filter is a must! This frequency should be cut to remove “Boominess”)
Bandwidth: 120/60 (2 Octaves — This is the first half of the midrange cut)
Fine Tune: None
Gain: Cut @ -6dB to -15dB (depending on how “Boomy” your voice/mic/radio is in this area)

Filter #3: Midrange
Frequency: 600 to 640 Hz (depending on voice characteristics to remove “Tinnyness”)
Bandwidth: 120/60 (2 octaves — This is the second half of the midrange cut)
Fine Tune: 0 ~ -6 (depending on exact frequency needed)
Gain: Cut @ – 6dB to -15dB (the cut value on this filter should be the same as filter #2 for consistency)

Filter #4: High Midrange / Treble
Frequency: 3.5 to 4.5 kHz (depending on the radio — For 950 use 4.5kHz, for 870, Icoms, Yaesu’s use 3.5kHz)
Bandwidth: 30/60 (Some voices/radios may need 45/60 or 60/60 to spread down to 2 ~ 3kHz range)
Fine tune: Adjust to suit your voice and taste exactly
Gain: Boost @ +8db to +16dB (depending on how “Airy” you want it -Suit your taste)

Optional Filters:

Filter #5: Treble Polish
Frequency: 4 to 5 kHz (Depending on Voice/Mic/Radio — Add this filter for enhancing the high-end further)
Bandwidth: 20/60 (1/3 Octave or less — Keep it narrow! Otherwise it will add Tinnyness)
Fine Tune: Adjust for what is most effective through your TX filters)
Gain: Boost @ +6 to +12 dB (Just enough to polish)

Filter #6: Upper Midrange Fine Tune
Frequency: 1.6 to 2 kHz (depending on Voice/Mic/Radio — usually a small cut removes “Brittleness”)
Bandwidth: 45/60 to 60/60 (3/4 to 1 octave usually works nice to remove any “Brittle” sounds with SSB)
Fine Tune: Adjust for what sounds “Natural”
Gain: Cut @ -4 to -8 dB (depending on how much harshness you want to remove)

SETTINGS FOR ESSB RADIO UNITS
ex3200 settings


settings: Behringer EX3200 Ultrafex PRO Multiband Sound Enhancer

1) You will have a Balanced Cable coming into the Input of Channel 1 using the typical TRS 1/4″ connector or XLR connector utilizing the 3ea wires (Signal +, Signal -, and Shield)

2) The Output of Channel 1 going into the Input of Channel 2 will be using an Unbalanced Cable with the Mono 1/4″ connector utilizing 2ea wires (Signal +, and Shield).

THE WIRES ARE NOT REVERSED
(You can use TRS 1/4″ connectors for this if you short the Signal – and the Shield together on both ends of the cable. Doing this makes it an Unbalanced Connector)

3) You will have a Balanced Cable going out of the Output of Channel 2 using the typical TRS 1/4″ connector or XLR connector utilizing the 3ea wires (Signal +, Signal -, and Shield)

Just another note:
If you were using Unbalanced Cables coming into the Input of Channel 1 and going out of the Output of Channel 2, then you would use the opposite Balanced Cable to tie Channels 1 and 2 together.

SETTINGS:

Try these settings to start out with, as we do not know your Audio line up. Also the best place that we found to put the EX3200, is in between the EQ and the Compressor.

Channel 1:

SHIFT= Set to Ultra Low (Light on)
BASS PROCESSOR= Set to “1”
MODE= Set to Soft (light off)
AUTO NR= Set to IN (Light on)
NR SENSITIVITY= Set to where the LED Display just barely goes to full scale on voice peaks
TUNE= Set to 3.3
PROCESS= Set to Exciter
HIGH MIX= Set to “1” (be careful with this as it will introduce “Tearing” into the audio if set to high)
SOLO= Set to Off (Light is out)
IN= Set to IN (Light is on)
SURROUND= Set to IN (Light is on)
SURROUND= Control set to “1-2”

Channel 2:

SHIFT= Set to Ultra Low (Light on)
BASS PROCESSOR= Set to “2”
MODE= Set to Soft (light off)
AUTO NR= Set to IN (Light on)
NR SENSITIVITY= Set to where the LED Display just barely goes to full scale on voice peaks
TUNE= Set to 5
PROCESS= Set to Enhancer
HIGH MIX= Set to “1” (be careful with this as it will introduce “Tearing” into the audio if set to high)
SOLO= Set to Off (Light is out)
IN= Set to IN (Light is on)

You will hear a phenomenal increase in Sub Harmonic Low end and Brilliant Clarity in the rest of the Frequency Response.
You might have to reduce the boost on the low end with the EQ and use the Bass Processor Controls on the EX3200 to increase the Harmonic content of the Low End.
The last thing to adjust will be the Compressor, which will smooth out the whole effect.



One Word of Warning…….
You have to have some Low End in your Voice and have a Mic able to pick up that Low End to give the Sub Harmonic Processor something to work with. Most everyone that has badmouthed the EX3200 has had a High Squeaky Voice
SETTINGS FOR ESSB RADIO UNITS
dsp2024p настройка на два канала
  • Shows “PLAT” on display)
Edit A– PRE.D = 0.010
Edit B– DECA = 2.358
Edit C– DAMP = 10
Edit D– SIZE = 33
Edit E– SHV.D = 32
Edit F– DIFF = 20
EQ LOW– BASS = -10
EQ HI– TREB = +16
MIDI– OFF
INPUT– STER
OUTPUT– INTN
CONFIG– PARA
MIX– usually around 8-15 using a single channel. Both Channels are used here (one going into the other) so ours is set at 3.

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