Jul 23, 2018 · IC-7300 Wide Band Modification: 10-Mar-2016: Whisky Cadman: Details of changes to internal links to "open up" the IC-7300: 4: Fldigi with Icom IC-7300: 28-Apr-2016: Bruce Wampler, WA7EWC: This HOWTO describes the steps needed to get fldigi working with the Icom IC-7300: 5: Set up IC-7300 to work with HRD 5.24: 30-Oct-2016: PA3HHO
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Install Microphone Hanger Install External Speaker Choose a ideal location which will not interfere the driver. Using supplied self-tapping screws and pads(2 sets) to fix the hanger. If use an external speaker, please choose 8ohm speaker with 3.50mm mono band (doulbe cable) plug. 11 Locate the external speaker in a suitable place.
6 The Icom IC-718 is not recommended for use with the RIGblaster Plug & Play. Due to the "open mic" and high level data jack input issues with this radio, we recommend the RIGblaster Advantage. Due to the "open mic" and high level data jack input issues with this radio, we recommend the RIGblaster Advantage.
Mic Placement Mic placement may vary depending on what kind of mic you are using. For Dynamic mics, you should be about 3 to 4 inches from the front and maybe slightly angled away to prevent "Poping". The beauty of dynamic mics is the "Proximity" effect when you get real close or far away.
The mic with the large condenser element is my latest mic and is used with the SDR. I use the $50 mic with my Anan7000DLE MKII SDR radio. The mic that's is marked em1a is a studio quality mic that requires +48v to operate. The EM1A mic, the circuit board & element on the left is the original, the middle is my board & element.
The Icom HM-75LS speaker-mic has a headphone jack on it. At a minimum, you could plug one of these into your ID-51, and then plug your headphones into the speaker-mic. As a bonus, you could clip the speaker-mic onto your shirt or jacket so that you wouldn't need to raise the radio to your mouth for transmitting.