How did you connect the SignaLink to your Jupiter?
I am using one, and it works fine, and I use the Accessory Jack on the rear
panel. I think I remember changing a jumper inside the SignaLink.
If you are using the Mic jack, you can set up the sensitivity (range) with
the Mic In Boost setting in the Menu. QuickMix is also available to save
mixer settings. I use an external sound card on another USB port, which I
have to select, by selecting the proper sound card in the mixer drop-down
----- Original Message -----
From: "Dr. Gerald N. Johnson" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Monday, December 20, 2010 9:36 AM
Subject: Re: [TenTec] Argonaut V-Jupiter-Signalink USB and Digital
> If the input impedance is really 47 ohms, you could use a T or an L or
> simply a single series resistor. Think about 4700 ohm series resistor.
> With that 47 ohm input Z that would drop the audio 100:1. Maybe simpler
> than a complete cable, how about a pair of connectors back to back with
> straight wires for all but that audio line. A little metal box would be of
> benefit to maintaining the shielding.
> Or if the interface to the USB dongle is a DE9 with a metal shell, it
> might be possible to mount a tiny switch in that shell to insert the 4700
> ohm resistor or short it out depending on the rig.
> 73, Jerry, K0CQ
> On 12/19/2010 5:08 PM, Fred Moore wrote:
>> On Sun, 2010-12-19 at 15:03 -0800, James C. Owen, III wrote:
>>> Not wanting to re-engineer something that likely already has been done.
>>> my problem! Recently got on the digital modes with a signalinkUSB that
>>> fine with the Argonaut V, all gain controls pretty much centered.
>>> Connected to
>>> the Jupiter and had nothing but overdrive even with all gain controls at
>>> minimum. I then looked at the spec's of the two. Argonaut V 100mv into
>>> 47 ohms,
>>> Jupiter 1mv into 47 ohms. So the Jupiter is 100 times more sensitive, so
>>> the problem. I'm thing of a simple T attenuator which will require me
>>> to make
>>> another cable. Has anyone come up with a good simple solution?
>>> 73 Jim K4CGY
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>> Havn't had the manual for the signalinkUSB for some time, but isn't
>> there a jumper inside between two pins? perhaps a switch added to the
>> signallink moving the jumper? in and out. You could also just change
>> the master output for the USB device in the software depending on what
>> rig you are driving.. . . Fred
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