Kchibo KK-D6110 (Tuning step workaround for PL-380)
Yes, it's true that the quirky dual tuning rate of the PL-310, PL-380 and PL-360 models is very unpopular with some DXers, although most hobbyists eventually learn to tolerate it. The otherwise stellar features of these Tecsun DSP models make most of us consider this tuning quirk to be a minor inconvenience.
Tuning around with the KK-D6110 is likely to be very predictable and enjoyable, especially to someone who loves to hate the Tecsun dual-rate tuning system :-)
In a message dated 7/1/2010 7:49:57 P.M. Pacific Daylight Time, gkinsman@... writes:
Hi Gary,toggle quoted messageShow quoted text
I think the lack of a way to tune up or down one 10 kHz increment by pushing a single button or rotating the tuning wheel one click is the thing that annoys me the most about the PL-380. (Way to go, Kchibo; maybe Tecsun will get the hint.)
To get around this -- to some extent -- I programmed all of the MW frequencies from 520 kHz to 1510 kHz into the memories. If there were 20 more MW memories, then the whole band up to 1710 kHz could be accommodated.
I did the same thing with almost all of the FM frequencies; I think 5 more FM memories are needed to cover the whole band.
It's too bad we can't take some of the SW memories and allocate them to MW and FM as needed.
--- In ultralightdx@..., D1028Gary@... wrote: