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Maestro audio disappears

James Madden
James Madden Member
edited February 2020 in Maestro
Initially the maestro audio is ok but sometimes it goes away. Why is that and is there a way to adjust the audio volume on the maestro? Thanks jim

Answers

  • James Madden
    James Madden Member
    edited May 2018
    Ps if i go back to sdr the audio is fine.
  • Al K0VM
    Al K0VM Retired Member ✭✭✭
    edited November 2017
    Jim,
      Which audio output(s) on the Maestro are you having problems with ?  Internal spkr, external spkr, headset ??  Or are you having a problem the TX audio ??  I have not had any problem with my Maestro audio disappearing..

    AL, K0VM
  • John WA7UAR
    John WA7UAR Member ✭✭
    edited February 2020
    Jim, did you get this resolved? I was having audio coming out of my Maestro B headset when I pulled out the mini plug to try and listen over the Maestro speakers — I didn’t hear anything, but when I plugged my NRad W1 headset back in I no longer could get any audio that way either. I’m not muted. I checked my antenna receiver - that’s ok too. I have rebooted Maestro but I’m likely missing something obvious. I’ll check with you all here first before I submit a ticket for support. Thanks everyone.

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