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LB6B

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IC-7100 audio RRC-Micro.
« on: 2016-04-10, 09:56:59 »
Hi. I have been running a IC-7100 for some time using the remote head via RemoteRig. Being a great success and very stable I thought I would try the RRC-Micro from a laptop and a Surface Pro 4, both running Windows 10.

Everything seems to connect up nicely to the radio, however I could not hear any audio from the radio initially. Moving the volume control does not make any difference either.
However, starting a remote program such as RS-BA1 or similar and raising the volume control a little (and then disconnecting the remote program) gets the audio thru the RRC-Micro. From there on the volume in RRC-Micro also works.
Disconnecting and reconnecting the RRC-Micro the whole procedure needs to be repeated.

Anyone else experiencing the same or having any idea why?

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Re: IC-7100 audio RRC-Micro.
« Reply #1 on: 2016-04-10, 10:07:54 »
iC-7100 always start with volume = 0 when you connect via CI-V you always need to start with raising the volume from the PC-program. The TS-480  behave the same way

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Re: IC-7100 audio RRC-Micro.
« Reply #2 on: 2016-04-10, 11:17:46 »
Thanks for the info!
Does not the volume control in the RRC-Micro work as a "volume control" too and able to raise it from the "0" position?

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Re: IC-7100 audio RRC-Micro.
« Reply #3 on: 2016-04-10, 11:28:09 »
The volume control in the RCC-micro only control the PC volume. The RRC Micro do not communicate with the radio. It only transfer the data to/from the PC-control program you use

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