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Author Topic: Dual Sound Cards and Mixers  (Read 465 times)
KD4VCU
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« on: June 10, 2008, 10:05:53 PM »

I have a TS-2000 and have hooked up a Rigblaster Pro. My computer is home built with an internal RealAudio sound card and an External Soundblaster Live. The internal card is used for VOIP and computer sound. The external Soundblaster live is used for the TS-2000 input and output for recording and digital modes. This way I can use VOIP on the computer with other local hams, and have my sound seperated (no local computer sounds going over the air).

I also have a Peavy PV6 mixer I am using with the intent of having one set of headphones and mic (if possible) for both the computer and the radio.

My problem is I have everything mixing right through the headphones, but there really is no indivudual line adjustment with the mixer. So if I roll up the speaker volume so I can hear the digital sounds, its overdriving the sound into the computer sound card.

I am curious to see how others have done this. My toughts are to provide full sound into the mixer and then have something that can control the volume out going into the computer soundcard. Headpones have volume control already so thats not a problem.

I am not that up on using mixers or audio controls yet:)
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