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If you do use VAC you can still send the audio to your sound card speakers at the same time. In the source program select "virtual audio cable" out. In Vac for "wave in", choose virtual audio cable , and for "wave out", select your sound card speakers. Once started Vac will be available to any software that needs it. I use VAC to send to software programs from many sources. Have not had any problems with any other software from it, (so far). But do not know of any other software to do this with, not meaning there is not any available, though.
--- In sdr-radio-com@..., "hb9emo" <maurode@...> wrote:
I use Virtual Audio Cable (VAC). This software create a virtual sound card line .Is possible to see also in mixer audio of Windows 7 or XP. So to decoding the audio from SDR-console i go in sound menu of program and select output audio not direct to Headset ( or speker) but to Virtual-line created by VAC .
Then from multipsk go in sound setup and select virtual-line. Now i can transfer audio from SDR to all sw , and of course also for multipsk. But still can't heard notting, because audio has not go on speaker. For resolve this problem is easy: after install VAC i have found a program named Audio Repeater. Start it and simple select in audio-in the line-virtual and in audio Out select my real sound card ( where i have phisical speaker or headset). So now i can hear audio and decode signal.
I hope you understand.
--- In sdr-radio-com@..., "vince48b" <altectogo@> wrote:
is anyone using MultiPSK with there NetSDR? How are you getting the audio to MultiPSK? My NetSDR is connected to my router and I'm trying to get the audio to MultiPSK and cannot. Is VAC the only answer?