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Graphic equaliser defaults

DrTeeth Member ✭✭
edited December 2018 in New Ideas
In the SSDR manual, it says that the default values in the graphic equaliser gives good results. I think it would be useful to have a 'return to defaults' button or menu item somewhere so we can go back to square one if tweaking has made things worse. Either that or pictures so we can manually adjust to the default values.


  • Jay Nation - NO5J
    edited December 2018
    The Profile manager can reload the defaults for any transmit profile, which will reset the EQ settings back to the original settings. Unless you inadvertently saved new EQ settings to the same profile name. Its a good idea to export each profile to a file stored on your PC (thanks for the reminder), as a backup so you can restore anything you over tweak. Probably not in the manual which predates the Profile Manager features that were just added in the current release. But your idea is a good one anyway. I would also appreciate a master "Revert" button that could reset all the adjustables back to a day 1 minute 1 fresh from Austin state. or maybe an encrypted Dump Device to Master_Restore_Day_Month_Year.bin file for when you feel the need to **** out all the dust and cobwebs and make things brand new and shiny. PowerSDR could do that and I really miss that. You might also try saving screenshots with the Windows Snipping Tool as a possible solution.
  • DrTeeth
    DrTeeth Member ✭✭
    edited August 2016
    Some great ideas there Jay <g>.

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