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No sound 6700 into computer Win 7. v. 1.10.16.91

Ken MalgrenKen Malgren Member
edited June 11 in SmartSDR for Windows
Using Flex-6700 with Win 7 Pro, Dell Latitude E6540. No sound through networked computer. Using v1.10.16.91. Speakers default test OK. Radio no sound through computer speakers. Radio is on network and sound works on other computers. I've tried the sound settings and can see the meter fluctuate on DAX ch 1. Can't get any sound out of the computer. HELP!

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  • David Decoons, wo2xDavid Decoons, wo2x Member ✭✭✭
    edited June 11

    A couple of things.


    First, if you want the audio out of the PC then you need to select REMOTE in the upper right of SmartSDR.

    Second, check your default playback and record devices. In the toolbar of the Windows OS (next to clock), right click the speaker icon and choose playback devices. Make sure it is set for the computer speakers and not one of the DAX channels. Then click on the record devices tab and make sure it is set for your PC's microphone.

    Now sound should come out the laptop speakers and you can transmit audio by plugging a mic in the PC and selecting PC for the transmit audio source on the panel on the right side of SmartSDR.


    Dave wo2x

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