Question about Superstar Radio Communications
There is usually three voltage adjustment points for AM, USB and LSB, these look like small, square metal cans not all that far from the channel knob. These are not usually marked and will vary from radio to radio as the chassis are different. A scope or analyzer is needed to do the proper adjustment. but listening to a known good signal source can do the same. Not for the novice, leave it to a technician.
Posted on Feb 13, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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