On Thu, Sep 20, 2012 at 9:48 PM, Klas Strandberg <> wrote=
> when you have side wind hitting the dish, which you always have when
> pointing up into the sky, there will be strong turbulence in the dish.
> A base filter must be used before the first input transistor,
> otherwise it will cause severe distortion, OR a piece of cloth
> working as a wind shield, covering the entire opening of the dish.
In a later message, Klas added:
> Another way is to cover the entire parabol opening with a cloth, like
> fleece. Such a fleece will also dampen the sounds of insects hitting the =
In addition to dealing with the wind, one might have to deal with the rain,
e.g. when recording 24/7 a la OldBird (http://www.oldbird.org/mike_home.htm=
Has anyone a concrete experience with such settings?
(Granted, it's not exactly about high fidelity nature recording, but I gues=
that some problems are common to both applications).