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Personalised filters

Terry G4POP
Terry G4POP Member ✭✭

I would love the filters to be able to be personalised and saved by the user.

Having to constantly adjust the pre-set filters but with no way to save the settings to the existing buttons is infuriating and time wasting.

Every pre-set filter has the lower edge set to 100hz and with damaged hearing I need that set to about 200hz so I am having to constantly change it almost every time I click on a filter width.

de G4POP

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  • John KB4DU
    John KB4DU Member ✭✭✭
    edited July 2021

    If this is referring to the receive bandwidth and cutoff points, one way to address it currently is with the memories in FRStack. Each memory used will recall the high and low cutoff points. This allows setting ranges more preciesly than the presets. Due to my hearing loss, I set the low cutoff to about 300hz and the upper to about 3000hz. Saving this to a memory, per band for example, sets the range when the memory is recalled. I have the receive eq set to give a little boost at 1k and 2k.

  • KD0RC
    KD0RC Broomfield, COMember, Super Elmer Moderator

    Hi Terry, that is a great idea. A setting screen that would allow setting high and low boundaries by mode would be very welcome.

  • Terry G4POP
    Terry G4POP Member ✭✭

    John KB8DU

    Yes I am aware that FRStack provides this but, firstly it should be included in SmartSDR and secondly I try to avoid using bridging software, no mater how good it might be!

    SmartSDR needs some re-thinking in some areas like band changing should not be hidden in a menu it should be immediately accessible, less expensive radios include my two requirements.

    73 Terry G3POP

  • Neil D Friedman N3DF
    Neil D Friedman N3DF Dayton, OHMember ✭✭✭

    With my 6600M, I can change the band, mode and bandwidth all in under two seconds.

  • Pat_W5WTH
    Pat_W5WTH Keep Radio Fun!!! Member ✭✭

    I think your answer here is FRStack. It's free and in my opinion the most useful add on to the Flex. It does a bunch of 'stuff' with a well laid out UI.

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