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Re: [wsjtgroup] FT736R

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  • Mike Coogan
    John, I connect mine via the Mic plug on the front panel, using the 8 pin mic plug cable from Tigertronics, (SLCAB8R). Connect audio cable from 736R External
    Message 1 of 4 , Jun 18, 2012
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      John,
       
      I connect mine via the Mic plug on the front panel, using the 8 pin mic plug cable from Tigertronics, (SLCAB8R).
       
      Connect audio cable from 736R External Spkr jack, rear of rig, to Signal Link USB, SPKR jack.
       
      I have a small external speaker connected to Signal Link USB, AUX jack, so I can still hear audio.
       
      8 pin mic plug cable and USB cable connections obvious.
       
       
      Mike KB7ME
       
      ----- Original Message -----
      From: W9RPM
      Sent: Monday, June 18, 2012 10:01 AM
      Subject: [wsjtgroup] FT736R

       

      Anyone using a Signalink USB with the 736? If so, how are you connecting
      it? Thanks, John

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    • W9RPM
      I received my SLCAB8R connector today from Tigertronics for my SignalinkUSB and FT-736R. When I connect it to the mic jack and then to the radio connector on
      Message 2 of 4 , Jun 22, 2012
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        I received my SLCAB8R connector today from Tigertronics for my SignalinkUSB and FT-736R. When I connect it to the mic jack and then to the radio connector on the back of the Signalink USB, the VFO starts scanning on the FT-736R. Trying to lock it does no good. Any ideas? Thanks, John W9RPM
        On 6/18/2012 3:16 PM, Mike Coogan wrote:
         

        John,
         
        I connect mine via the Mic plug on the front panel, using the 8 pin mic plug cable from Tigertronics, (SLCAB8R).
         
        Connect audio cable from 736R External Spkr jack, rear of rig, to Signal Link USB, SPKR jack.
         
        I have a small external speaker connected to Signal Link USB, AUX jack, so I can still hear audio.
         
        8 pin mic plug cable and USB cable connections obvious.
         
         
        Mike KB7ME
         
        ----- Original Message -----
        From: W9RPM
        Sent: Monday, June 18, 2012 10:01 AM
        Subject: [wsjtgroup] FT736R

         

        Anyone using a Signalink USB with the 736? If so, how are you connecting
        it? Thanks, John

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      • W9RPM
        Bruce, thanks. My not reading directions. I had it configured for my FT950, and thought all Yaesu s were the same. 73 John W9RPM ... -- EMAIL: john@w9rpm.com
        Message 3 of 4 , Jun 23, 2012
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          Bruce, thanks. My not reading directions. I had it configured for my FT950, and thought all Yaesu's were the same. 73 John W9RPM
          On 6/23/2012 9:13 AM, Bruce Junkin wrote:
          Hi John,
           
          It sounds like the internal jumpers on the SignaLink are in the wrong positions.  You have something on either the FAST UP or FAST Down.  To open up the Signalink, take out the 4 screws in the front of the unit, leave the screws on the back of the unit, and push the pc board from the back out the front.  You do not have remove the front plate or the knobs.
           
          If you can, look at the pin-out of the jumpers of the SignaLink, and make sure that there are only the three wires connected as follows:
           
           
           image
           
          Remove any other jumpers, you don’t need them.  Hope this helps.
           
          73
          Bruce, KI7JA
           
           
          From: W9RPM
          Sent: Friday, June 22, 2012 9:45 PM
          Subject: Re: [wsjtgroup] FT736R
           
           

          I received my SLCAB8R connector today from Tigertronics for my SignalinkUSB and FT-736R. When I connect it to the mic jack and then to the radio connector on the back of the Signalink USB, the VFO starts scanning on the FT-736R. Trying to lock it does no good. Any ideas? Thanks, John W9RPM

          On 6/18/2012 3:16 PM, Mike Coogan wrote:
           
          John,
           
          I connect mine via the Mic plug on the front panel, using the 8 pin mic plug cable from Tigertronics, (SLCAB8R).
           
          Connect audio cable from 736R External Spkr jack, rear of rig, to Signal Link USB, SPKR jack.
           
          I have a small external speaker connected to Signal Link USB, AUX jack, so I can still hear audio.
           
          8 pin mic plug cable and USB cable connections obvious.
           
           
          Mike KB7ME
           
          ----- Original Message -----
          From: W9RPM
          Sent: Monday, June 18, 2012 10:01 AM
          Subject: [wsjtgroup] FT736R
           
           

          Anyone using a Signalink USB with the 736? If so, how are you connecting
          it? Thanks, John

          --
          EMAIL: john@...
          WEBPAGE: http://www.w9rpm.com/
          Wisconsin VHF/UHF County Hunters: http://www.wivuch.com/
          DX and CONTEST CLUB: http://www.w9idx.com/
          La Crosse Hams: http://www.lacrossehams.org/
          AOL IM: W9RPM
          YAHOO: W9RPM


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          La Crosse Hams: http://www.lacrossehams.org/
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