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Fixing bad audio in low power transmitters

The input for your transmitter can be A-OK and your PC Sound card output can be working great, but you're not happy with the sound quality. Perhaps there's too much treble, not enough bass, scratchy high notes or other "ear sandpaper."

      There are several possible causes of bad sound.

There might be an impedance mis-match. The peak to peak volume levels from the PC sound card might be too high or low.
     There can sometimes be RFI from the PC leaking through the sound card and into the transmitter. The lack of audio input buffer amplifiers on the audio input side of most low cost transmitters can be a problem, too.
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Sound is all we have to connect with our audience so a little effort here has a big outcome!

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