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Re: Install wsjtx on Pi3b Problem

Glad that worked! I don't install to Pi from .deb because i would screw it up. de wn1z On Aug 22, 2017 21:56, "jerome schatten" wrote:
Orrin Winton
10:19 PM
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22052

Re: Install wsjtx on Pi3b Problem

Orrin… I see where you’re coming from, and it worked! sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get upgrade That exposed the unmet dependencies and prompted me to run
jerome schatten
9:57 PM
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22051

Re: Recommend a good usb sound adapter

I used some audio equipment I had to split the audio and feed it into two devices at once.  Two instances of WSJT-X with identical audio level settings (as
Black Michael
9:00 PM
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Re: Recommend a good usb sound adapter

To add further on this here about these cheap dongle USB soundcards,,, well not sound "Cards" but anyway. Today I learned a lot from someone on this list.
Joe
7:49 PM
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Re: Recommend a good usb sound adapter

The cheap usb sound dongle work just great. Most show up as C-Media devices ...they require no extra drivers, as windows recognizes them. I'm using 3 of them
Hasan al-Basri
6:48 PM
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22048

Re: Recommend a good usb sound adapter

Actually I did. Thanks for posting that. 73 Mark S VE7AFZ mspencer12345@...
Mark Spencer
6:09 PM
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22047

Re: Recommend a good usb sound adapter

This is an excellent and often overlooked facet of digital mode operation. This is one of the main reasons people often swear by something like the Signalink -
James Shaver
6:07 PM
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22046

Re: Recommend a good usb sound adapter

Well it sounds like just the sort of problem a really cheap and nasty USB sound card might have. I often see peaks on my waterfall, particularly at the far
astro_biologist
5:55 PM
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22045

unwanted default freq

I have rc1, and then i started using JT-AlertX. A few days ago, i started using DXLab. Most everything is working well together. Am working FT8 only. But i
Orrin Winton
5:54 PM
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Re: Recommend a good usb sound adapter

Cables don't "pick up" mains hum, poor (or missing) bonding does. http://k9yc.com/GroundingAndAudio.pdf 73, Jim K9YC
Jim Brown
5:48 PM
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Re: Recommend a good usb sound adapter

... It appears you didn't read the link I posted, which describes in detail how I did it. :) 73, Jim K9YC
Jim Brown
5:46 PM
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Re: Recommend a good usb sound adapter

Personally I had a run of very bad luck with the cheapest USB soundcards, for instance with static hiss, intermittent feedback, and the cards stopping working
astro_biologist
5:42 PM
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22041

Re: Recommend a good usb sound adapter

Hi I'm curious how does one go about testing "USB sound adapters", computer sound cards and similar devices ? I've been thinking thru a few ways of doing this
Mark Spencer
5:39 PM
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22040

Re: Recommend a good usb sound adapter

... NOPE -- there are multiple things inferior about it, including some issues that W4TV has documented (he's a retired broadcast engineer), another for which
Jim Brown
5:36 PM
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22039

Re: Recommend a good usb sound adapter

‘the SignaLink has received much criticism” I challenge you, or anyone else, to provide empirical data or testing to support your statement. There is NONE.
Ted
4:47 PM
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