Powered speaker jack output 6400M

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I have connected a stereo 3.5mm trs plug to the jack on the back of the 6400M and connected it to my powered amplifier input, however it does not seem like I am getting any audio to the amplifier.

Must I enable the output somehow, or is there something I am missing to get the audio output from this jack. I see the Headphones and the Front speaker can be disabled so I am thinking there is a setting I am missing to enable the audio from the
powered speaker jack.

I have not spent a lot of time on it yet since I just setup the Flex and am checking it out so far for only 2-3 hours ... time flys when your having fun.
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Wayne

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Posted 8 months ago

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Mike KE4U

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My 6400M Powered Speaker jack has audio present and controlled by the slice volume control. I do not know of a setting affecting this audio source. Perhaps someone else can weigh in.


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Wayne

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Ok humor me, where is the slice volume control ....
Please dont say on the slice ... provide a little more detail ...
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Wayne

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Ok so you mean the regular AF gain using the knob, right?
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Rich McCabe

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Go into your main menu and also make sure the speakers are not muted. You can mute the headphones and speakers independently. Of course pressing the volume knobs controls solo mote *muting other" and press and hold does mute.

Rich
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Top right side of the SSDR screen the Master Volume and Headphone controls should be set all the way up then click on the voume icon in the slice you are using.
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Clay I think he is talking about the M radio control. Might be wrong though.
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You're so right Rich, guess it's still a good idea to look at the title of the thread before chiming in.
Sorry I thought I had this one.
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Its ok its that damn loose nut behind the touch screen again (me) had the cord plugged into the wrong jack