That's correct, but only because the pins in the cable provided by TT are
different from the pins on the back of the radio. I built a DIN jumper that
puts the red phono connector in contact with the FSK input on the radio.
You can build your own DIN connector, but it was much easier to do it this
way since DIN connectors are so notoriously hard to solder.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Jack B. Friend" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
To: "Discussion of Ten-Tec Equipment" <email@example.com>
Sent: Sunday, April 19, 2009 5:43 AM
Subject: Re: [TenTec] Aux I/O connection
> the RED on the Orion 1 is for "future" assignment ...
> the BLACK is for PTT on the Orion 1 ...
> i do not know what the O2's changes may be in that regard. i have neer
> used the PTT as i have no mike at all. all my operation has been CW or
> PSK31. there has been no need for PTT.
> On Sun, 2009-04-19 at 06:26 -0600, Stephen Cannon wrote:
>> Are the other two cables from the Orion II Aux I/O port plug (the red and
>> black cables) supposed to be connected?
>> -----Original Message-----
>> John, if you look at your manual and the I/O cable that comes with the
>> Orion, you will note that cable has red, white, black and yellow ends.
>> all are phono plugs.
>> get a 1/8" adapter for each to plug into the sound card on your
>> white from the Orion goes to BLUE on your sound card.
>> yellow from the Orion goes to PINK on your sound card.
>> use stereo plugs for the sound card.
>> jack ak7o
>> the white from your I/O (from the Orion) goes to the On Sat, 2009-04-18
>> at 20:48 -0400, John B. Egger wrote:
>> > I'm hoping to get started on digital modes (other than CW, that is) but
>> > face a problem right at the start. My computer has "Speaker out" (used
>> > for its speakers), "Line In," and "Mic In" jacks (all 1/8" stereo). The
>> > auxiliary cable's white phono plug is for "Line In", but I have no
>> > "line
>> > out" on my computer. Does it go (through a phono-to-stereo-plug
>> > adapter)
>> > to the computer's "Line In" jack?
>> > Obviously I'm on the ground floor with this. Other connections, and
>> > software (I have Fldigi, Xlog, and Twpsk) issues will come later.
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