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Posted Wednesday, August 21, 2013 8:43 PM
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Weird effect just happened. Using latest Power SDR version 2.6.4 & WIN 7 ultimate. Running Flex 1500 on own USB hub alone.
Audio is delayed in one ear by a perceptible amount making SSB difficult to copy. It is not the "BIN" button. Reverting to 2.3.5 all is OK?
Cant see anything in settings.
Paul vk4apn
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Posted Wednesday, August 28, 2013 2:16 AM
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vk4apn (8/21/2013)
Weird effect just happened. Using latest Power SDR version 2.6.4 & WIN 7 ultimate. Running Flex 1500 on own USB hub alone.
Audio is delayed in one ear by a perceptible amount making SSB difficult to copy. It is not the "BIN" button. Reverting to 2.3.5 all is OK?
Cant see anything in settings.
Paul vk4apn


Nothing heard yet?
Ideas anyone?
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Posted Tuesday, September 3, 2013 3:50 PM
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I had a similar issue. Last weekend I was transmitting into
a dummy load using a recently built 100w amp.

After about an hour of messing around, I had only one
audio channel (don't recall which one) I finally did
a full shutdown and brought it back up again. All
was fine and it hasn't happened again.
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Posted Monday, September 16, 2013 2:20 AM
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Perhaps ferrite rings on the power/audio/ mic cables are called for when operating high power or an amplifier. A good grounding to the shack ground system may also help.
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