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Slice A and B audio levels

Hello
When I activate a second slice on the same band the audio is lower, even if I delete the original slice the audio stays lower.
IE slice A audio set to 50 slice B audio set to 50, slice B always stays a lot lower in level even if I delete slice A.
Am I missing a setting someplace, or is this normal?
Setup,
Smart SDR v 3.1.12.51
Flex 6600

George N1naz

Comments

  • Are the equalizer settings the same? How about the AGC, NB, NR, etc?


    73,

    Bob, WK2Y

  • George M.George M. Member ✭✭
    Yes all the settings are the same, triple check them all.
  • George M.George M. Member ✭✭
    Just to be clear this is activating a new Slice on the same band not a new Pan Adapter on the same band. Opening a new Pan Adapter the audio levels are the same between them.
  • Ken - VE5KCKen - VE5KC Member ✭✭
    This is nothing new, it has be a problem for a long time. If you search the forum you will fine it has been talked about before.

    It needs to be fixed!

    A work around was recommended. Change the mode of the slice with low audio, then change it back to the mode you want.

    73.. Ken - VE5KC
  • George M.George M. Member ✭✭

    Thanks Ken for the info, I did do a search but came up empty, I will try again.

    George

  • k3Timk3Tim Member ✭✭

    Tested on 6500 with current V3 S-SDR and two slices on same panadapter have same audio level.

    _..--

    Tim - k3Tim/7

  • George M.George M. Member ✭✭

    Thanks Again Ken, changing the mode back and forth makes both slices the same level, and yes it needs to be fixed

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