First thanks for all the console output.
The radio (IC-7000) is attached to the left side DIN6 connectorThis could be your problem since that script tries to set up deviation
for the HF radio. You need to set deviation for the VHF/UHF radio in the
IC-7000. I would turn off discriminator receiver routing and turn on
compensated audio. I am not sure if the IC-7000 radio supports
discriminator out for vhf.
This is what you currently have, set by the setalsa script.
IN1 L:[10 kOhm] R:[10 kOhm]
IN2 L:[Off] R:[Off]
You want to flip these controls for Left channel manually. ie. turn off
IN1 & have 10 kOhm for IN2.
Run alsamixer from a console
press F6, select sound card
- select udrc
scroll to the right until you find:
IN1_L to Left Mixer Positive Resistor [10 kOhm]
- turn that off by typing <down-arrow>
Continue scrolling to the right until you find:
IN2_L to Left Mixer Positive Resistor [10 kOhm]
- turn that ON by typing <up-arrow> once only
exit to save new settings
Be aware that there are both positive & negative resister controls ie.
IN1_L to Left Mixer Positive Resistor [Off]
IN1_L to Right Mixer Negative Resistor [Off]
You only want to set Left Mixer Positive Resistor control.
Verify by running alsa-show.sh
You need to confirm your deviation.
Go to this link
This will lead you through how to output a steady audio tone that you will
monitor with an HT or some other radio in your shack.
Be sure to read the John Ackermann N8UR link.