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Audio Routing

joe camilli
joe camilli Member ✭✭
edited March 2019 in Third-Party Software
For many years I have been using a M-Audio Delta 1010LT to route all my audio sources(Flex 5000, Scanner, 2/440 radio, 900 radio and computer) to one set of speakers. This has worked very well. Recently I added Bluetooth and a Bluetooth headset to this computer to get rid of the wired headset.  However when the Bluetooth headset is connected the only audio i hear is the computer's.

Any suggestions how I get the audio from the other devices to route to the Bluetooth head set?



  • Jim Gilliam
    Jim Gilliam Member ✭✭
    edited July 2017

    You could try connecting a Bluetooth transmitter to where you had your wired headset connected and pair with your Bluetooth headset.

  • David H Malin
    David H Malin Member
    edited July 2017
    I know the flex is controlled by a computer, but I think you are over thinking it when it comes to the audio.  To me, I rather control my audio with a mixer with faders, eq, etc.    Give me a good clean audio in and out into the mixer and then let the mixer do the rest for distribution of sources.    I don't like the sound of audio through Bluetooth.  To me tone qualities and dynamic range go to ****.  But then again, I hear like a cat....especially the highs.....it's wierd because I'm starting to lose base sound but I still can hear way up.....that's not normal at all.  I haven't found one Bluetooth Headset yet that I'm happy with yet.   Now, wired headsets.....I love tons of them.       David, aa6rv
  • Ken Hansen
    Ken Hansen Member ✭✭
    edited June 2018
    Bluetooth devices need to be 'paired', I suspect your headset is paired with computer, not your mixer board. Try turning off computer Bluetooth and 'pairing' headset with Bluetooth transmitter on mixer output.
  • Michael Coslo
    Michael Coslo Member ✭✭
    edited July 2017
    If your Bluetooth device is paired and working, press "remote" near the top right portion of the SSDR screen. Works a trick for me and my BT headset.
  • joe camilli
    joe camilli Member ✭✭
    edited July 2017
    some points of clarification. The mixer is a software one as part of the 1010lt driver. And I am using PSDR for the Flex 5000. Sorry for the cross post

    Joe N7QPP
  • Al K0VM
    Al K0VM Retired Member ✭✭✭
    edited November 2017
      You may be able to use the window sound system 'Listen' function to route audio from the m-audio device to a windows playback device ( default - bluetooth ? )..
    Multiple windws recording  devices ( inputs ) could be routed to the same playback device..

    Just a suggestion.

    AL, K0VM

  • joe camilli
    joe camilli Member ✭✭
    edited July 2017
    Thanks AL,

    Works great...

    Joe N7QPP

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