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Author Topic: Icom RS-BA1 Remote Control Software  (Read 15366 times)
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« on: May 03, 2014, 06:50:05 AM »

I have set up my station to be remotely controlled.  I am using the Icom RS-BA1 remote control software with my IC-7600 and it works well.  I am also using the Logitech H-390 microphone headset. It seems that whenever I speak thought the mic I can hear myself through the speakers in the headset.  This occurs whether I am transmitting on the radio or not.  I then connected a computer desk mic and disabled the headset mic and it does the same thing.  I made sure that under Control Panel/Sound/Recording that the Listen to this device is unchecked.  This only occurs when the RS-BA1 software is enabled. 

There is a monitor control in the RS-BA1 remote utility and I made sure that the TX and RX monitor functions are off both on the remote and station side.  Any suggestions on how to prevent my voice from coming back through the speakers?  Thanks.
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