Binaural switch control position

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I don't know if it is already asked, but I would like to know why the "binaural" button is in the Radio Setup menu and not in one of the GUI control panels.
I am finding the binaural feature very effective, just in these days with low level signals coming from South America, but I am finding it a bit difficult switching on and off.
Do you provide to move it in a more accessible place? (I would suggest the RX panel next to the pan control - reducing just a bit the slider control)

Thank you and 73'
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IW7DMH, Enzo

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K2CB Eric Dobrowansky

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I wondered the same thing.  Why not place it somewhere in the slice or rx windows?  Maybe in the next release?

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Jay / NO5J

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Maybe to the right of the CWX toggle, on the status bar.
73, Jay - NO5J
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Steve Walker

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I must admit is is pretty hidden away - I'd like something like this on a per slice (if possible) basis.

73 Steve
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Al K0VM, Elmer

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   FYI, FRStack by AA3RK will allow you to set up a hotkey ( keyboard short cut) to toggle Binual on/off, as well as map other functions to hotkeys..

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Tim - W4TME, Customer Experience Manager

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Binaural listening is a global radio feature and not panadapter or slice specific.  This is why it is in the global feature setup 
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Al / NN4ZZ

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How about on the main screen next to the global mute buttons?

Use the gray/blue color scheme to show inactive/active.   Just shown in off white for illustration below.

Regards, Al / NN4ZZ  
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