2.0 needs to fix the equalizers

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The TX audio equalize on my 6700 is always on when I transmit using my Heil PR 781.  Sometimes I turn on the receive equalizer to fix an incoming stations audio. To do that I have to leave the TX equalizer and click RX on the equalizer.  However, when I transmit again the equalizer is in still in the receive mode and apparently there is no TX equalizing then.  I have to remember to click the TX button on the equalizer when I transmit, which is a burden for each transmission. Why doesn't the EQ track and if it's on RX equalization it should automatically move to TX equalization during transmit? It seems this could be built in the code, or the two equalizers could be made to function independently.
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Doug K0DV

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Jim is correct. The TX and RX equalizers are independent of each other but they share the same GUI controls.

If the RX button is blue in the equalizer panel then you are controlling the RX equalizer (any changes made will effect RX equalization). The ON button will be blue if it is enabled. If you then click the TX button you will now be changing TX equalization controls. Any changes to the ON button or to the level sliders will affect TX equalization. 

Switching back and forth between TX/RX by clicking the RX or TX buttons only changes which settings you see and can change. It does not disable the other when one is used. You should not have to click the TX button every transmission.