Windows 7 64 bitSmartSDR 184.108.40.206Flex 6700PGXL 2.5.15
Same condition with IOS software 2.5.1 Mic selections changes when a different mode is selected.
AM and SSB will link to different Mic Profiles - remembering the last one you used for that mode. FM, RTTY, and DV also will remember different Mic Profiles, which is nice, because you really need to set up a different profile to get maximum intelligibility from these modes.
To correct the situation, make sure you edit a profile for each mode and save it with a different name for each one. The first time you use that new profile for a different mode, you may need to select it manually, but the rig should remember it thereafter.
Ken - NM9P
MIC profiles can be associated with the mode of a Slice Receiver. The MIC profile in effect at any point in time is determined by the mode of the transmit slice, or by a Global profile. Many Slice Receivers may exist, set to different modes, but only one controls the transmitter and that slice determines the MIC profile that is invoked in the radio.
A MIC profile is associated or “linked” with a demodulation mode by selecting a profile from the drop-down menu in the P/CW panel while the desired mode is selected in the transmit slice. When a new MIC profile is created, it is associated with a mode in the same way. Note that the modes that can be associated with a MIC profile are SSB, Digital, FM, AM, RTTY and Waveforms.
To associating a MIC profile with a mode, modes groups are used. LSB and USB are a single mode group (SSB), as are DIGU and DIGL (Digital), FM, NFM and DFM (FM) and AM and SAM (AM). RTTY and each Waveform installed in the radio are treated as a separate mode.
To associate or link a Mic profile to a mode group, set the transmit slice to the mode you wish to link. Then load or save a Mic profile while the transmit slice is in that mode. From then on, whenever the transmit slice is set to that mode the linked Mic profile will be loaded. For example:
1. Slice A – Mode is USB
2. Load Default FHM-1 Mic profile. (This Mic profile is now linked to the USB/LSB mode group)
3. Change Slice A to SAM (This loads the default linked MIC profile Default)
4. Load Default PR781 Mic profile. (This Mic profile is now linked to the AM/SAM mode group)
5. Change Slice A to LSB or USB. (This loads the Default FHM-1 Mic profile)
6. Change Slice A to AM or SAM. (This loads the Default PF781 Mic profile).
When any value associated with the selected MIC profile is changed but not saved, an asterisk (*) will appear before the profile’s name in the drop-down menu. If a different profile is selected, either by use of the drop-down menu or by selecting a different transmit mode, the changes will be lost if not saved before change the MIC profile. Use the Profile Manager to save changes to either the existing profile or a new profile.
MIC profiles are band-independent. A MIC profile that is associated with a mode will invoke the same values in any band in which it is used.