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RX is dostorted 01 Sep 2023 06:31 #1

Hello everyone,
I'm using the SunSDR2pro in 5H, and I've already had a few nice ssb QSOs.
But I (or my PC) can't cope with the digimode setting. I've probably adjusted and tried a few things, but couldn't manage it.
I need your HELP please. :unknown:
Now the reception is distorted. It sounds with a reverberant echo.. and distorted.
Does anyone have an idea where I can fix this?

73 from Phil - 5H7MP
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RX is dostorted 01 Sep 2023 12:46 #2

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Phil,

We need more information. What digimode program are you using and are you using TCI? Always use TCI if you can (JTDX, JTDX_Improved and MSHV).

73 de LA9AKA
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RX is dostorted 08 Sep 2023 23:33 #3

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I have also had this distorted audio. I'm waiting for it to reoccur and record it using the wav file on the radio.

Tom W3FRG
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RX is dostorted 11 Sep 2023 10:16 #4

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I just had the Rx distortion occur and I recorded it using the Line Out to Wav file.
The Rx I was listening to was definitely distorted but the recorded Wav file was clean.
By turning the On/Off sw on the gui the distortion disappeared.

Tom W3FRG
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RX is dostorted 11 Sep 2023 18:50 #5

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Phil,

Without hearing your distortion, it will be hard to say what or from where it's coming. I can tell you this that I too suffered from a similar distortion, but also what sounded like "bleed over" from other signals. It bothered me quite a bit but I was able to trace it back to my Noise Blanker. I may have changed the setting, but once i played with it, the audio had no more distortion nor the pesky "bleed over". Check that out and see if you have good luck like i did!

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RX is dostorted 11 Sep 2023 20:08 #6

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Definitely not Bleed Over from adjacent signals.
True audio distortion.

Tom W3FRG
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RX is dostorted 11 Sep 2023 20:36 #7

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Tom,

Perhaps "bleed over" isn't the word that best describes what is it, but i can share with you an audio recording that does show this.
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RX is dostorted 11 Sep 2023 20:53 #8

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clearSignal_noNB.jpg


dirtySignal_withNB.jpg

Listen to the audio right after 5 seconds, you'll hear the distortion and the the clear signal.
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