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no audio in SSB mode

Sergey KN7KSergey KN7K Member ✭✭
I probably did something last night and feel **** that cannot figure it out.
Tried to listen today some SSB on 6600 and found there is no audio on any band when either in LSB or USB. There is an audio in CW and audio level is good.
So far I have done the following:
1.Check on both Maestro and SSDR-same issue.
2.There is no Mute on upper right corner Speakers or Headphones settings.
3. SSB widgh 2.4khz or above.
4. AGC on Max.
5. Same on 3 different antennas.
6. PC restarted
7. If I do SSB recording, I can play it back. Just no live aduo
Can someone point me to a right direction?
Thanks
Sergey, KN7K

Edit, I actually have audio in CW mode only, no any other mode procuse an audio

Answers

  • Bill -VA3WTBBill -VA3WTB Member ✭✭✭
    edited August 2018
    Is it the same on both antenna ports?  A and B Is your antenna selection correct?
  • Sergey KN7KSergey KN7K Member ✭✭
    edited March 1
    same on all antennas, Ant1 steppir, Ant2 50mhz 6el.
    No noise, no nothing at max volume
  • Sergey KN7KSergey KN7K Member ✭✭
    edited March 1
    intersing glitch. I was planning to do a factory reset, but before that I just restarted radio once and issue is resolved.
    Thanks
    Sergey, KN7K

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