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Quick clip of the TX Audio 08 Jun 2021 12:49 #1

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I caught Alex W7HU streaming the last evening and we had good paths- on 20 meters

Link to close section in that Video Stream is here:
or if that doesn't mark the spot its about 1:45:00 in the time line

Quick rundown:
Microphone is a Blue "Ember: small diaphragm condenser
a X-Air XR12 is used for audio processing
and then sent the SunSDR2DX

I will note Alex wasn't capturing some of the top end as it appears he was only listening around 3K with the audio skirts
I was on the 4K profile I have setup TX filer on 2DX set from 75-4000
When I use my 8K profile it is set from 58-8000
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Quick clip of the TX Audio 08 Jan 2022 15:22 #2

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Is he streaming using Glimesh and OBS Studio ?
I have the video set and streaming but need advice on setting the audio up on OBS.
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Quick clip of the TX Audio 08 Jan 2022 18:27 #3

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I have been successful in getting the audio working.
One of my ASUS monitors has speakers and I selected it on OBS and on the Dx, using VAC enabled using the mme for Rx its working great.
The speaker audio on the monitor PC ws set to off.
If its on the OBS doesn't work.

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Quick clip of the TX Audio 08 Jan 2022 19:16 #4

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The above was done on SDR2 SW.
For SDR3 SW all I had to do was select the line out to sound card and it worked.

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