[TenTec] Orion and PSK - duplicate PSK signal
42hotrodz at sbcglobal.net
Tue Jan 20 07:11:55 EST 2004
Seeing this brings to mind something I've been wanting to ask you. I'm about to try my Argo V on PSK31. Would I be wise to use one of the N8ST interfaces between the Argo and my Dell notebook? This is all new territory, which is why I'm asking you. Almost feel like I did back in 1955 as KN5BGB!
P.S. Great photo of you, Larry and the others in that ad! Larry looks just like he sounds over the telephone. Tell him what I said...
"Ten-Tec Inc. Amateur Radio Sales" <sales at tentec.com> wrote:
At 05:33 PM 1/19/04 -0500, you wrote:
> > Once I set the Audio to Left>Main, there was no need for any additional
> > attenuation and everything looks fine.
>This is one of my beefs with the Orion. The radio has extensive audio
>routing options for the audio from either receiver to the headphones or
>speaker, but there way to select which audio goes to the AUX jack pins
>(there are 2) on the back and the audio to either of those pins is not
>intuitively related to the front panel audio routing. You would think that
>TT would provide audio routing options for the AUX jack, but from what I've
>been told there is no hardware to provide that routing. Sounds like a
>pretty major oversight in a TOL rig.
I'm confused - the AUX I/O outputs left and right are the same
as selected with the AUDIO menu. Whatever you select on the
audio menu for Left: and Right: appear at the AUX output left
side on pin 4, right side on pin 6, just as they appear through the
headphones. Did I miss something here (not being sarcastic)?
What did you find not intuitive about this?
Scott Robbins, W4PA
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