Re: WinWarbler Soundcard plugs on new PC

Robie
 

I have tried a number of these cheap sound cards and all have worked well.

Robie - AJ4F

On Tue, Aug 21, 2018 at 9:10 PM Tom Korevec <tomkorevec@...> wrote:
Amazon sells a USB "soundcard" for $7.49 and it doesn't require a
special driver. Reviews say it works fine for digital modes.

Tom  AF4TD

On Tue, Aug 21, 2018 at 3:02 PM Alan Swinger <alan.swinger@...> wrote:
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> Art - Same here but need both line and headphones out for WW, so sounds like Dave's suggestion is what I need - an external card that will handle both.
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> Tks - alan K9MBQ
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> On Tue, Aug 21, 2018 at 2:09 PM, ART SEARLE via Groups.Io <w2nra=me.com@groups.io> wrote:
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>> My fairly new Dell Laptop an Inspiron 7373 has one plug but it’s 3 conductor, not 2.  When I plug something into it, a display pops up and gives me a choose of Mic In, Line In, Dell devices, Headphones, Headset or External Speakers. Just click on what you want.
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>> 73, Art, W2NRA
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>> On Aug 21, 2018, at 1:48 PM, Dave AA6YQ <aa6yq@...> wrote:
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>> + AA6YQ comments below
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>> Loaded DXLab on a new Dell PC that has only a headphones 1/8 in jack; no Mic 1/8 in jack. Current PC has two which works w/ my K3 all OK. New PC receives WW all OK w/ Jack and souncard configured for Line-In. I tried a double female adapter to the single jack, but WW is not keying the transmitter.
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>> + It sounds like you are saying that your PC's soundcard has only connector that can be configured for either input or output. If that's the case, that soundcard cannot be used for digital mode operations.
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>> + I suggest that you acquire an outboard USB soundcard - one with both input and output connectors. Then configure the soundcard in your PC to be the "Windows default" soundcard; that will keep Windows-generated sound from being transmitted over the air.
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>>       73,
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>>             Dave
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