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September 29, 2008

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Ed

Production quality of radios varies along the famous bell-shaped curve, as do shoe sizes and IQs. So sample-to-sample (ie radio-to-radio)--will show some variation in performance. Specifications always imply some range, like "Frequency Response: 20 - 20KHz (+/- 3dB)." The same would be true for a radio's AM and FM sensitivity. The spec quoted is always an average, achieved under the most ideal conditions.
So your chance of getting the most sensitive sample is pretty much due to the luck of the draw, as they say in Probability.

jeffrey McMahon

Absolutely. For example I own two BA Horizon Solos. One gets birdy on 710AM; the other does not. The one that doesn't is used in my bedroom. The one in the kitchen is supplemented by my PR-D5.

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