Re: Sound card problem
- I don't really think the problem is the cord, because I am able to use
the cord to connect to earphones successfully. However, I will try a
new cord anyway.
Thanks for the advice.
--- In PCR1000@yahoogroups.com, "Eivind" <dreamy@o...> wrote:
> Try to connect the speakers from the pc direct to your pcr1k if
> sound now.. Whit the cord that the speaker connect to the pc with.
> Replace the sound cord whit a new one (I accidentally run over mine
> the swivel chair.
> If stil no sound there is a small dipswitch underneath the casing of
> pcr1k if this is in-between its positions maybe you can expiries
> Eivind W. Aavik
> > -----Original Message-----
> > From: jwwarrenva [mailto:jwwarrenva@y...]
> > Sent: 31. mai 2003 03:18
> > To: PCR1000@yahoogroups.com
> > Subject: [PCR1000] Sound card problem
> > Hi,
> > I am new to the group and also new to the PCR1000. My
> > problem is that
> > I can get the PCR1000 to work through its internal speaker but
> > get any sound when connected to my PC's sound card.
> > My hardware configuration: New Icom PCR1000, emachine etower 533i
> > (533 MHz). The emachine does not have a separate sound card;
> > processing is integrated into the motherboard. The Windows
> > panel says I have a Crystal CS4281 audio processor-I guess that's
> > chip on the motherboard. So when I write "sound card" I really
> > the chip or whatever.
> > My software configuration: Windows 98 SE, Icom IC-PCR1000 rev.
> > Bonito RadioCom 4.5 special edition.
> > I have two questions: First, does the sound card offer a major
> > improvement over the PCR1000's internal speaker? And if so
> > (my second
> > question), do you have any advice on how I can get the sound card
> > work?
> > Here's what I have tried so far. As I said, the PCR1000 works
> > through its internal speaker, using either the Icom or Bonito
> > software. But the Bonito setup said to connect via the sound
> > card, so
> > I set the PCR1000's output level switch to the "Phones" position
> > connected it to the sound card Line In with a cable with a 1/8
> > mono plug on the PCR1000 end and a 1/8 inch stereo plug on the
> > card end. There is no sound using either the Icom or Bonito
> > software,
> > although I have set the PC's Volume Controls, both for recording
> > playback, to their maximum positions. If I disconnect the cable
> > the sound card and connect it to headphones, I can hear sound. I
> > thought the Line In on the sound card might be faulty, but it
> > works OK
> > when connected to the headphone output of a little pocket radio.
> > have also tested the sound card with a microphone and that works
> > So it seems there is some incompatibility between the PCR1000 and
> > sound card, although each seems to work separately.
> > I would sincerely appreciate any advice.
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- You can download a demo version of RadioCom 4.0 directly from Bonito
at http://www.bonito.net/infos/en_ham_rc40.htm .
--- In PCR1000@yahoogroups.com, m d <noneck35@y...> wrote:
> I was wondering if anyone would upload any version of
> the software, if possible 4 or 5.1. if i could try
> some tricks with it, or just check it out over all.