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How to use a Heil Proset 5 with Flex 6500

Maurice PC9T
Maurice PC9T Member
edited March 2020 in SmartSDR for Windows
My 6500 stands in another place then where my PC stands, so i can't use the mic-connection on the 6500. I have a Heil proset 5 and a NUC server without a soundcard can i use every USB sound adapter to connect the Heil proset. Who can give me advise.

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  • Keith Mitchell
    Keith Mitchell Member ✭✭
    edited February 2020
    I have a Intel Nuc setup similarly.  I just purchased an off the shelf USB audio adapter and it works fine for both audio in using a Electro voice RE20 mike and when I want auio out for earphones. You just need to make sure the adapter you purchased has the connections for your Proset 5.  This is the adapter I am using: Behringer U-PHORIA UM2 2x2 USB Audio Interface.   My  Flextradio 6400 is over 60 ft away connected by ethernet to the NUC unit. I am using it with a 60"  high def TV using the HDMI out put from the NUC. I set in my Lazyboy using a wireless keyboard and mouse. I do have to run the Mike cable over the flow when operating SSB. But in my case that is just an XLR balanced cable. Also doing a lot of FT8 using the NUC.  Good luck, see you online.  WA5VTT


  • Maurice PC9T
    Maurice PC9T Member
    edited March 2020
    Hello Keith, first tnx for replying and best wishes for 2020, i have noticed the behringer but where looking for something smaller and with 3,5 mm because this is on my Heil headset. But the behringer is not expensive just 31 euro, but anyway tnx for answer

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