Multiple Digital Sessions on Different Modes, Frequencies, Bands

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MULTIPLE DIGITAL SESSIONS: Given the potential for creating up to eight receivers in the 6000 series is there a method to couple each receiver to a different audio output thereby enabling observation of eight different modes/bands/frequencies of digital traffic? I've played around with using the right and left outputs for two. I feel some method, probably a form of multiplexing on a single physical output, would be an approach that can be implemented in the software.
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Jim Bryce W5HFS

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Al K0VM, Elmer

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I can't speak for Flex but I don't think it is possible to do with the hardware audio ports that are available... However, it should be do able when Virtual Audio ports (DAX) becomes available. We shall see..

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Robert -- N5IKD, Elmer

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I would like to at least be able to have a receiver slice directed to the DAX (and not to the speakers) while I am browsing other bands.

The slice directed to the DAX could be connected to WinLink2000, SSTV, EasyPal, fldigi, or HRD etc. and I wouldn't miss a bit when the transmission starts due to me off browsing, and the DAX would not get pick up noise from the other slices That are open.
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K6OZY, Elmer

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My guess is that DAX will end up making a virtual sound card for each slice. This would give you 8 distinct In/Outs to tap into each slice. There may even be a interconnection configuration page to bind specific virtual sound cards to a slice or band or mode perhaps.

Thinking aloud here...
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I like the idea....
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Sergey, R5AU

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I guess implementation if this will be well appreciated