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Author Topic: Looking to use a Internet Headset with MixW.......  (Read 437 times)
KN0CK
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« on: November 03, 2007, 09:15:26 PM »

I'm going nuts trying to find a program that will take mic audio from an internet type headset (mine is a Plantronics) and mix it to another app, in this case MixW running SSTV.  What I'd like to do is allow the SSTV transmission to occur as normal from the PC soundcard output to the rig audio input, but I'd like to (when it's done) be able to break in with audio from my internet headset connected to the PC feed that audio out to the rig, too (from the same soundcard output -- in effect, the audio from the PC feeds the voice audio (and it's amplified, too - that's a perk.  All you need to do it trim the audio with a pot at the rig).  So far, I have found nothing that supports this - - even a standalone app that takes audio from another app (like MixW) and then allows the mic audio to be mixed-in, too.....almost like what 'DJ' software does, but those apps are all record-only.....nothing live out the line-out port.  

Has anyone ever done a SW-only audio mixer this way where some other multimode app is used for the other modes, and you can also use it later for voice, or break-in after a SSTV transmission?  Let me know - I'm not looking to do this in hardware like rigblaster.  I would think my Plantronics headset and MixW along with some helper app to do mixing of the line-out is all that's necessary.....all SW controlled.

Thanks es 73's - de KNOCK, Marty
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KC0GQT
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« Reply #1 on: November 11, 2007, 03:09:41 AM »

Is your headset wired or wireless (i.e. Bluetooth)?
If your using BT, then this "might" be possible because BT sometimes shows up as a different sound card.  You would still need some way to bridge the two.  That I'm not to sure what is out there but there might be something.
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