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Audio device selection when using PC Audio for Mic Input

DaveDave Member
edited April 22 in SmartSDR for Windows
Is there a way to choose what PC Audio source you wish to use in SmartSDR? I feel you should be able to accomplish this by selecting it in Smart SDR instead of having to set the device as your default audio device  in Windows. 

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  • Ken HansenKen Hansen Member ✭✭
    edited February 2019
    Am I missing something, isn't this a DAX question? AFAIK you select audio in and out to a given slice in DAX, for example, see see instructions for working FT8 with WSJT-X software. From memory (I'm two hours from my flex) in SSDR you connect your slice to a DAX 'channel' then you direct your software to connect to the correct DAX 'channel'. What exactly are you hoping to do?
  • DaveDave Member
    edited April 2019
    When im in SmartSDR operating remote I select PC for the mic source as I am using a USB audio device.  The only way I can determine what the PC source is, is to set the device as your default in Windows.  If you have multiple sound devices this gets to be a bit cumbersome. Very well could be operator error.  I thought this would be a function of DAX too but really can see how you would configure it there.   
  • Mike-VA3MWMike-VA3MW FlexRadio Employee, Community Manager admin
    edited February 2019
    Yes Dave

    That is how it is configured.  SmartSDR uses the Default recording device.

    Mike

  • Mark NS9NMark NS9N Member
    edited February 2019
    Agree with Mike, Windows controls this and I have never found a way to change this outside of Windows. Of course if you set it as your default you will be good to go.

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