Is there a way to make the EQ apply to both slices? I need my EQ settings to compensate for diminished hearing.
This might be a design decision the idea being equalization on one person might not apply to another. However, there remains the gain problem which I dislike because when I listen to both sginals mixed one sounds louder than the other. A work around would be using a mixer on slice B and bringing up the gain to match. The problems was also on the Power SDR software.
An engine has cylinders, valves, injectors (or for us older folks, calibrator. The things are called objects and the whatevers are called classes. One can organize these into a sort of organization chart called an ERD or entity relationship diagram. In contrast to containment there are derived objects where a instance, while being of one type directly, is indirectly another type. A class ring is a ring just as a wedding ring is a ring but a class ring is not a wedding, right? A little background for those interested.
In the SSDR world, the root 'thing' is the radio and it directly has several other things, like panadapters and slices and an equalizer. Where there is only the one equalizer, owned by the radio, which in turn owns the pans as well as the slices, it would stand to reason the various slices would share the same settings as they share the same equalizer object (singular).
I just brought up slice B and it did not function with the equalizer. I changed modes on slice B to CW and back to LSB, and, sure enough, both slices now worked with the equalizer. Thank you for the info. I am sure a lot of others with thank you also. This bug must have been lost as I don't recall ever reading about it.