MON plays full bandwidth rather than selected TX bandwidth

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In previous versions, MON gave a good representation of the actual TX audio going out, as it used the post TX filter bandwidth. This prevented one from making EQ adjustments outside of the TX bandwidth as you simply weren't able to hear them. This allowed for making a good EQ curve from listening to the actual audio.

Current version 1.24 beta gives you the full bandwidth out of the mic, no matter what the TX bandwidth is. This can be misleading as you're not really hearing what you are transmitting.

Request a return to the previous version's mode of operation where you heard the actual TX bandwith.
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Michael - N5TGL

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Posted 5 years ago

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Craig K9CT

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I agree...

How do you listen to your RTTY or PSK signal? I select MON but I don't hear anything.
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Michael - N5TGL

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Well, back in the dark ol' pre-DAX days, MON worked just fine. I guess since it's not coming in on the ACC port, MON may be out of the signal loop. Looks like you may have just found a bug!
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W4YXU

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Ouch! And I thought the compression wasn't even affecting the voice quality!!
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Michael - N5TGL

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Oh I can hear the effect of the compression just fine via MON.