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RCFORB Audio?

Howard Koenig
Howard Koenig Member
edited September 2019 in SmartSDR for Windows
No audio through server to client. No issues with other programs including FLDIGI, WSPR, WSJT. All work properly using DAX RX1 and TX1. Just cant seem to get any audio through the remote hams program.  Any suggestions?

Answers

  • K2CM
    K2CM Member ✭✭
    edited September 2019
    Look at Windows Device manager . Make sure that all audio devices are assigned as you expect. You do have to assign audio in/out both in Windows and in RCForb setup. I have used RCForb with my Flex 6700 without any problems. VPN is a better choice for the Flex as you see the Panadapters , can set up multiple slices, and the like. I only use RCForb for the K3, I remote in to the 6700 via VPN.
  • Howard Koenig
    Howard Koenig Member
    edited August 2015
    RCForb has DAX Audio RX 1 (DAX RX Audio) for Microphone (RX Audio from Radio)
                    DAX Audio TX 1 (DAX TX Audio) for Speakers (TX Audio to Radio).

    In Device Manager of Windows 7, those are the defaults. Playback DAX TX1.  
    Recording DAX RX1.

    These Windows settings work fine with all other sound card related programs. 

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