Joe Stofko <wb1aiu@...>
I meant nothing negative, at all, with my comment and, am
somewhat surprised that you see it that way! I happen to agree that
I would prefer receiving a rig that was done right the first time,
rather than having to send it back. As for "leaving Elecraft alone"
I don't think my comment is a bother to Eric and the gang, at all.
Sure, I am as anxious as everyone else... BUT, I would not want to
wait an extra two months, or more, without some "concession" on the
part of Elecraft. They've had a decent sized chunk of money from me
since back in May...
Joe - WB1AIU
--- In Elecraft_K3@yahoogroups.com, "CR" <vk3he@...> wrote:
i would not care. I would rather prefer things being done rightthan
have something thats been rushed out of the factory door.the
rig that they have ordered, i think we should all leave Elecraftfrom
beta testers. After all the radio is not released yet and thatsjust
part of the product development cycle.K3 on
the horizon yet. The K3 would be well worth the wait, even ifthere
are delays and minor changes along the way!one
begincan only wonder if first flight shipments are still on track to
beenvery well. Almost all the changes Elecraft has published have
fewsoftware. The hardware I have seen is very stable. There were a
easilymissing pull-up resistors and a ground jumper which we added
closebehind this software-defined radio is proving itself remarkably
askto final detail and quality. So I have been telling those who
fewwell, with new features, fixes and tuneups coming through every
keepsdays. They are a snap to download and with each download the K3
VOX. Itgetting better and better.
thewas worth the wait! This is one of the smoothest I've used and
It'santi-VOX is perfect. I've yet to have speaker audio trip it.
ambientspeech triggers the VOX instantly but normal breathing and
neednoise very rarely cause false triggers. Pickup is very fast - no
syllable.to prefix a transmission with "Uhh..." to avoid losing a
delayThere are no switching transients, either, so I can set the