Re: Using the KC1's HK (handkey) input

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From: Gene Marshall (genem@hpswtgm.cup.hp.com)
Date: Wed Nov 01 1995 - 11:56:52 EST


> (If you aren't using the KC1's sidetone, then there's no reason to use
> the HK input.)

So, a straight key *cannot* be used to communicate with the KC1?

Then, since the NorCal 40A generates a sidetone of its own and you don't
need the KC1's sidetone, there is no reason to go through this
procedure, right?

>If you want to use the existing key jack (J3 on the '40A) as the HK input
>jack, you must CUT the line from the '40A keyline to the jack, then connect
>HK to the jack instead.

72,
Gene

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