Re: [olivia] Re: external soundcard ?
- I use QuickMix to automatically preset sound card levels (both record and
play) for different programs.
de Paul, W8AEF
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From: "dwebst" <dwebst@...>
> Another advantage is that you do not have to continually readjust the
> system volume sliders to proper levels when going from your digi
> software to other programs.
> Dennis W7WJ
- I used a BuxComm Rascal for several years and a few weeks ago I
started using the SignalLink USB. It is really nice, easy to set up,
and easy to use.
If I had known how nice it was I would have gotten one sooner. It's
internal soundcard seems to work better than my computer soundcard and
have had several great Olivia QSO's on 160 with it as well as many on
other bands, too.
It works easily on my Kubuntu Linux computer as well as Windows.
I do a lot of other work on my computer too AND it really helps out to
NOT have to use my computer sound card for my digital QSO's. Makes it
easier to surf the web WHILE I am in QSO and NOT be afraid of
broadcasting sounds from web pages. And I haven't had to touch any
settings on the unit since I initially set the levels.
Can't get much easier unless it did my typing for me hihi!
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, donroden@... wrote:
> If permissible, could anyone with experience with the Tigertronics
> Signalink USB please give a review ? Does it work any better than the
> usual built-in
> computer soundcards ?
> Looking forward to trying Olivia on 160 meters.
> Don WA4NPL
- I use a SignaLink USB for PSK-31 on my Yaesu FT-817ND. Made a couple
of nice PSK-31 contacts on 40 meters this afternoon. Looking forward
to trying my hand at Olivia, of course. Setup for the SignaLink took
all of 10 minutes. I use Ham Radio Deluxe suite. Couldn't have been