On May 25, 2009, at 1:30 PM, ipscone wrote:
> I have good audio coming into my node. My audio is pretty good
> going out. But it's a bit weaker than the audio coming in, for a
> normal speech and distance to mic. Plus it's a mobile node and I'd
> like to reduce the sensitivity of the mic.
> I have reduced the igain setting to a very low value. I was of the
> belief that Line or Line 1 could be set to increase the audio of my
> signal. But nothing affects my audio except IGAIN, VOL and PCM. I
> believe VOL and PCM are for my incoming audio.
> Isn't there another control other than igain, using aumix, for
> setting my outgoing audio?
That's really a function of the mic and rig you're using to talk TO
it, unless your node is using a mic input with a whole bunch of gain,
or it has a sound card or receiver in it that's "coloring" the audio.
Plug a recorder into the receiver instead of your node, drive out on
the highway or around the block and talk to yourself (your recorder)
for a bit. If it still sounds the same, it's not your IRLP node
making the audio sound funny.
Nate Duehr, WY0X