Quick record or XVTA

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I am setting up an EV RE320 on my 6400M (it does work, no problem). Does recording on Quick Record give me a true rendition of how I sound on air or do I have to do the testing via the XVTA as suggested in Ken's EQ tutorial? Thanks for any replies to clarify this.

Bob
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Mark WS7M

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Bob, I am not familiar with EV RE320.  But if you are referring to the quick record in SSDR then it records the incoming audio.

If you are running a PC with SSDR then you can use the Mic Audio from DAX to get a feel for how your audio sounds.

Alternatively, Ken, NM9P has a video on how to set up two slices so you can actually hear your transmitted audio.  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CzT1qDKKySk

If I've missed the mark and you are looking for something else then I apologize.
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Sorry... I completely missed you had Ken's tutorial.   My speed reading is going south fast! :)
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Bob, you did mention Ken's tutorial on utube and that works very well. But the record and playback works well too. Both are audio after processing. The nice thing about using the XVRTR methed is you can see your signal as well.
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Thanks Mark and Bill for the replies. I used the XVTA on the FHM 2 hand mic and got good results and my preliminary tests on the RE320 sounded good on the Quick Record but wanted to be sure that I was hearing the audio after processing on Quick Record. I do enjoy seeing the signal and it is informative so will probably use the XVTA again.

Bob
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