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Inrad W1 headset profile


I just received a new Inrad W1 headset. I'm hoping someone here has one also and can share their profile or the settings with me as a starting point. Thanks.


  • Lionel Lionel Member ✭✭

    Take a look at this NM9P video.


    This is how I set up and it works.

  • Hi Lionel,

    Thanks for the link, but I'm looking for the actual settings from someone that has a W1. Thanks.

  • KD0RCKD0RC Broomfield, COMember ✭✭✭

    Hi Vincent, people are always asking for a starting point on the TX EQ values. Intuitively, that sounds good, but realistically, you are better starting from a flat position (all zeroes). If you watch the NM9P videos and follow his method, you will get great sounding audio and you will be able to see the results as well as hear them. I can't listen and talk at the same time, so I use the record feature, then play back to see how it sounds.


    Len, KD0RC

  • Len,

    Thanks for your comment, oppinion and suggestions. However as previously stated, I'm looking for actual settings from someone that actually has one of these headsets. Seems like a simple request but maybe there aren't that many using this headset yet.

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