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INRAD W1 Headset mic

K1UO - Larry
K1UO - Larry Member ✭✭✭
Anyone here familiar with the INRAD W1 headset and what is a good Flex MIC Profile to use to get started.  This from a 99.9% CW op of course :)

Regards,  Lar  k1UO

Answers

  • George
    George Member
    edited August 2019
    Hello Lar, I suggest you contact Scott, W4PA at Vibroplex.  He is the designer of the Inrad W1 headset.  He may know what MIC profile to use with a Flex.
  • K1UO - Larry
    K1UO - Larry Member ✭✭✭
    edited August 2019
    Send an email to Scott at Vibroplex.  Will post any recommended settings here.
  • A41CK
    A41CK Member
    edited June 2020
    Any MIC Profile for Inrad W1 yet??
  • KD0RC
    KD0RC Broomfield, COMember, Super Elmer Moderator
    edited June 2020
    I don't think that there is a "one size fits all" EQ setting for a mic. NM9P has a series of YouTube videos showing how to set your transmit equalizer for your voice. I set mine that way and have gotten all good audio reports since. I did not create the super punchy DX profile, but I may do that to have an obnoxious pile up buster for field day. : ) 73, Len, KD0RC
  • A41CK
    A41CK Member
    edited June 2020
    Thanks for replay.. I agree that setting TX EQ depends on individuals voice but can your share a hint of your settings to start from.
  • Did anyone ever get any starting point settings for this Mic? I just got one.

  • Man, been a year since I checked for a profile for this mic. I would have thought there would be one by now. Still looking for a good starting place on this headset.

  • Rich - N5ZC
    Rich - N5ZC Member ✭✭

    I use the Inrad M650 setting, works fb with the W1 head set.

    Rich - N5ZC

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