[CQ-Contest] Recording a contest QSORDER / N1MM / LAPTOP

Mike Smith VE9AA ve9aa at nbnet.nb.ca
Fri Oct 9 15:37:58 EDT 2015

That’s a great idea, (only today did I wonder if a product even existed. (not locally, but I can get it online) )…..only problem is that the rules states “as heard by the operator”….but I could do that by splitting the headphone audio.

Thanks Ken !


Mike VE9AA


Mike, Coreen & Corey

Keswick Ridge, NB


From: Ken K6MR [mailto:k6mr at outlook.com] 
Sent: October 9, 2015 3:15 PM
To: Mike Smith VE9AA; cq-contest at contesting.com
Subject: RE: [CQ-Contest] Recording a contest QSORDER / N1MM / LAPTOP


Buy a $10 USB sound dongle and plug it in. Just be sure the dongle has a stereo input. Use the line out from the radios to record.


Ken K6MR 




From: Mike Smith VE9AA
Sent: Friday, October 9, 2015 11:02
To: cq-contest at contesting.com
Subject: [CQ-Contest] Recording a contest QSORDER / N1MM / LAPTOP



Does anyone have much experience with this?

I use N1MM+

I'd like to try QSORDER by Vasily K3IT instead of buying a handheld digital
recorder which start around $150 here locally.

I recently went SO2R with the YCCC box.(a very nice kit)

I use a laptop with the headphone and mic jacks already used up with my
headset's microphone going in the mic port, and the headphone port going on
as mic audio feeding the YCCC SO2R box.

If I split the headphone audio with a Y-connector and feed it back into the
mic jack which I am already using for my mic I think I'll have issues,


So, what do all you SO2R ops do for recording, per the new CQWW rules posted


(please make replies technical and not about the new rules..we can start
another thread for whether you are for or against it, hi !)


TNX a lot, 


Mike VE9AA



Mike, Coreen & Corey

Keswick Ridge, NB


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