Dax feature request

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As some of you may already know, I use a Jabra wireless headset connected to my PC via a USB port and then to and from the 6700 using DAX. 

I'd really like to see DAX include the ability to turn on/off the TX/RX EQ.  As it is right now, I can not taylor the audio for my microphone when using DAX and I can not taylor the RX EQ for my receive audio on my headset.   This would be a great feature for me at least.

I'm also hoping that when squelch is implemented, it will be available to each of the DAX channels with individual controls.

Norm - KL7RS
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Norm S

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Posted 6 years ago

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Jim Gilliam

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When one uses the 3000 or 5000 with the Virtual Audio Cable, the receive audio can be equalized but not true with the transmit audio for some reason.

Jim, K6QE

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Mark - NU6X

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  How much of a delay are you experiencing? I am using the Jabra PRO 9460.  I am seeing over a 1 second delay which makes it very difficult especially when using VOX. I have gone back to an analog connection as the delay is very minor.
   I was using Windows 7 and the "Listen to this Device" feature.  
Mark NU6X 
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I'm seeing about 1/2 second.  If it were a full second, I think I would have given up DAX and have gone to direct connection to the rig.  I'm also using Windows 7 and the "Listen to this Device" feature.  I have a fairly fast PC and I don't have much unnecessary stuff loaded on it and running.

I love not having a bunch of cables running everywhere so I have been reluctant to wire directly to the rig.  I may try it later this week though just to see how much better it is.

Norm - KL7RS
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Dale KB5VE

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