Author Topic: RRC Micro Mic Gain and audio paths  (Read 3494 times)

va3mw

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RRC Micro Mic Gain and audio paths
« on: 2013-05-26, 15:22:24 »
I am using the latest RRC Micro, and it doesn't seem to retain mic gain settings.

Everytime I start it, the mic gain is in the middle.  My normal setting is at about 20%.  Is there anyway to have it remember the settings.  This is becoming a problem as the application keeps crashing (more on this  later), and when I restart it, my mic gains are off.

Also, is there anyway to change audio sources (speakers especially) while connected.  When  monitoring HF, I am on the speakers.  When on the air, I switch to headphones.  However, this requires me to disconnect, change the source and then reconnect.    As an example,  Skype allows me to do this on the fly.

I really don't want to set up Virtual Audio Cable to handle the audio streams if I don't have to.

Mike va3mw

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Re: RRC Micro Mic Gain and audio paths
« Reply #1 on: 2013-05-26, 16:37:26 »
Mike,

Not sure if this will solve your problem, but there is a program available that fixes the
audio card and audio levels used per program.

It is called the "Romac Sound Card Manager" and can be downloaded at:
http://www.romacsoftware.com/

73,
Mitch DJ0QN / K7DX


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Re: RRC Micro Mic Gain and audio paths
« Reply #2 on: 2013-05-26, 19:19:41 »
I will look into saving and restoring gain values of the mic & speaker levels

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Re: RRC Micro Mic Gain and audio paths
« Reply #3 on: 2013-05-26, 22:43:31 »
Thanks Roland

I'm really trying to use this device more often as it is more convenient as I travel.   

If there is anything you wish me to test, that would be great. 

Being able to change audio sources on the fly would be nice as well as I often monitor 6M and then put the headphones on when it opens.

73

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Re: RRC Micro Mic Gain and audio paths
« Reply #4 on: 2013-05-26, 23:33:53 »
I will check what's possible