If you are doing SO2R, I assume you have it set up so you can listen to 1
radio in both ears, or one radio in each ear.
For my setup, I want to be able to hear not only what is being heard, but
also what is being sent. (Replaying a run without being able to hear what
you said is boring and often doesn't make a lot of sense.)
In this case, take the stereo audio to your headphones and use Y-connectors
to feed each channel into the line in stereo input of your sound card. Then
make sure your sound recording application is recording both channels. Now,
when you play it back, you will hear exactly what you heard during the
You can listen to www.k5zd.com/live for examples of what my recordings sound
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> Sent: Sunday, October 14, 2007 9:29 AM
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> Subject: [CQ-Contest] Recording SO2R Contests
> I'm attempting to get setup to record my audio in a couple of
> upcoming contests that I will be working SO2R. Do most
> people split the audio from the headphones and go into the
> sound card, or is there a better way? Any help would be appreciated.
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