Which rear connectors to use for Navigator modem?

Buck
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Which rear connectors to use for Navigator modem?

Postby Buck » Mon Apr 29, 2019 5:51 pm

I'm going to try my Timewave Navigator modem with my 200-D, and plan to hook up through the rear DB-25. It looks like pin 1 is PTT, pin 21 or 25 for ground, pin 10 or 22 for line out, and pin 12 for line in. Is this correct? Also, is it only RX1 that is routed to the rear? Anyone using one of these modems? Thanks.

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Re: Which rear connectors to use for Navigator modem?

Postby w-u-2-o » Tue Apr 30, 2019 1:21 am

Buck,

Pin 10 is what you want for Line Out. Both receivers will have audio on that pin in accordance with the main console Master AF, RX AF, and pan controls.

However, I would strongly recommend you master the intricacies of VAC audio rather than take perfectly good digital audio and turn it into analog, only having to turn it into digital audio again.

73,

Scott
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Re: Which rear connectors to use for Navigator modem?

Postby Buck » Tue Apr 30, 2019 3:14 pm

Thanks, Scott, I'll use pin 10. I haven't given up on virtual audio. But I have the Navigator hardware sitting here, and would like to run side-by-side comparisons. For VAC, I currently use Voicemeeter's A-B cables, set at 24 bits 48K sample rate and that works pretty well.

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