Has anyone needed to tweak their Tx equalizations for Maestro?

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I took a little time out to adjust my Tx equalizations for the microphones that I usually use, and I was wondering how many people found the need to tweak any curves for use with their Maestro.

(I didn't ask if anyone had, since I am sure that a few have different tweaks just for the differing relative humidity in their shacks <grin>!)
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Roy Laufer

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Steve K9ZW, Elmer

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Hi Roy

Using the hand microphone with the Maestro I needed to make adjustments.

Certainly is mostly making up for the hand microphones different characteristics and limitations.

I saved each configuration as a separate profile.

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Steve

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Yes MUCH different then the defaults for the hand mic, I also save a couple different profiles for normal and DX for the Maestro. 
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Mike - VE3CKO, Elmer

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Yes I've tweaked the EQ and created a MIC Profile for an old LogiTech headset I got for skyping a couple of laptops ago. Plugs into MIC2 and phones, lightweight, hears good and sounds better than a hand mic from a few sound checks I've done.  Have Bluearrott B250XT Bluetooth headset waiting in the wings for when Flex gets bluetooth enabled.