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Recives good but when goes to talk i'm all broke up

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    recieves well but my broadcast is garbled and undiscernable. fire stick 4ft with a swr of 1.3. stock mic and have tried all different distances from mic and volume of voice

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Sounds as though you may have a poor or bad antennas system. I would suggest to check the antenna match ( SWR, Standing Wave Ratio) and if it's good, you might think about a better antenna. Good Luck
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Mills, Wyoming

Posted on Jan 07, 2008

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