On Dec 31, 2018, at 1:34 PM, Jack Spitznagel <@flyingfrawg> wrote:Just change the pin you would like to disable to “Off.” For example, to turn off the discriminator input to the left DIN-6, you would set “IN1_L to Left Mixer Positive Resistor” to “Off” Likewise to change the 1200 baud/audio input off to the left DIN-6, you would set “IN2_L to Left Mixer Positive Resistor” to “Off"
2. The info she sent about the PTM-P1/2/3 (DAC Left|Right Playback Powertune) settings for selecting the max output level suggests that the PTM-P1 setting should be default for the sensitive radios like the 7000. I look forward to seeing that available in Beta7. Where is it defaulting to now?Default is PTM-P3
3. Her description of the three resistances associated with configuring input routing appear to be for the input only, I assume input from the rig?Yes, this is audio/discriminator from the rig. Input from the DRAWS’s point of view.
Do they also impact the output to the rig? What you say below implies that... I am a little confused on this now.No, it does not impact the output channels in any way. If you look at the analog routing diagram on the Wiki page, the resistor in question is represented by the switches between the various pins and the respective Mic PGA. They aren’t straight switches, they are either off, or they switch in a resistor of one of the three values.
For the record, I am doing everything at 1200 for the initial testing here thus focusing on IN2. IN1 - 9600/GMSK will come later once I know things work the way I want.