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Maestro sidetone question

Jean_Luc F5JRC
Jean_Luc F5JRC Member ✭✭
edited May 2020 in Maestro
Hello,
I am very close to buying a Maestro (end of the year) but a question comes up quite often about the CW sidetone who would have a terrible sound. For my part I currently use a WinKeyer from www.hamcrafters.com, and the CW sidetone is generated by it, which suits me better than the iambic internal generator of the Flex6500 (I must admit that I like the cw but that I am not a very good telegraphist!). Please my question is: can I connect my WinKeyer to the Maestro and cut the sound of the CW sidetone internal Maestro? Thank you, Jean-Luc

Answers

  • K1ESE
    K1ESE Member ✭✭
    edited May 2020
    Yes, you can.

    Connect the phono plug from the Winkeyer to an adapter that has an input of two phono jacks and an output of a 1/8" stereo plug. 

    Plug the adapter into the Maestro. 

    On the Maestro Menu > Phone/CW turn off Iambic. 

    On the Maestro touch the RF PWR to bring up the transmit window and turn off the Maestro sidetone.

    73, K1ESE
  • Jean_Luc F5JRC
    Jean_Luc F5JRC Member ✭✭
    edited October 2019
    Thank you so much!
    73, Jean-Luc / F5JRC

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