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« Reply #80 on: Wednesday July 10 2019 22:55:28 AEST PM »

Excellent thankyou.

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« Reply #81 on: Thursday July 11 2019 09:43:04 AEST AM »

  
Thanks Goldman,

Its hard to know that people appreciate your input re tips when there isnt a means to show appreciation but we surely do, so please dont stop.

Cheers mate.

Al.

I could not agree with you more Al.

Goldman's ongoing contribution to the QED both here on this wed site and on the QED Facebook site is amazing to say the least as he continues to share his QED knowledge in words that are very easy for us all to grasp and understand.

Thank you Goldman.

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« Reply #82 on: Saturday July 13 2019 17:47:28 AEST PM »

Here is the diagram in the manual that shows the relationship between THS-A and THS-B.

As you can see, the higher you go with THS-A, the smaller is the THS-B band that can be used.

Note that it assumes THS-B NULL is 50.

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« Reply #83 on: Saturday July 13 2019 18:28:06 AEST PM »

  

As you can see, the higher you go with THS-A, the smaller is the THS-B band that can be used.


Goldman as I view at your diagram for the THS-A setting then I would think 90 to be at the bottom and 30 at the top.

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« Reply #84 on: Saturday July 13 2019 18:46:01 AEST PM »

  
  

As you can see, the higher you go with THS-A, the smaller is the THS-B band that can be used.


Goldman as I view at your diagram for the THS-A setting then I would think 90 to be at the bottom and 30 at the top.

Gary.

If you draw a line down from the 45 and from the 55 THS-B, the range is 10 at THS-A of 30, 5 either side of NULL. So as you go up to 90 THS-A, then the THS-B range is very small at the top.

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« Reply #85 on: Saturday July 13 2019 19:11:23 AEST PM »

Have attached below my understanding of the diagram.

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« Reply #86 on: Saturday July 13 2019 19:44:03 AEST PM »

  
Have attached below my understanding of the diagram.

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Hi Gary,
Same interpretation.

Perhaps in the next version of the manual I could use your diagram and/or modify mine to remove the inner triangles as all I was trying to show was the THS-B band narrowing as THS-A increased and a single triangle shows that perfectly.

The next version of the manual is perhaps only a few months away. It will include the tips I have posted to date (if not already included) and more clarifications/descriptions.

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« Reply #87 on: Saturday July 13 2019 21:09:11 AEST PM »

Maybe you could also add in regards to the somewhere on the diagram (smaller nuggets) & (larger nuggets) as in this case above Rising Pitch and Falling Pitch.

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