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10-14-2007, 07:47 PM
How can I connect my tranciever FT-847 to my PC and listen in real time?
10-14-2007, 10:03 PM
Use an isolation transformer (Radio Shack) and either a pot or mess around with various resister values to pad the signal for the PC input.
Look at my DX-394 interface... Works great.
Audio Interface In Use (http://youtube.com/watch?v=SU9BHBxEHQI)
Google for about 100 schematics, very easy.
10-15-2007, 04:42 AM
I just went out & got an adapter that took the mono headphone jack on the radio to a stereo jack for a line cord to the line in on the sound card. - in other words I just plugged it into the radios audio output. - adjust the radios audio output as not to overload & go. Can use one of the digital mode programs to help with this if your card doesn't have level indication of some sort.
Quote[/b] ]How can I connect my tranciever FT-847 to my PC and listen in real time?
There just about has to be more to your question than you have asked so far. Listen to what? Digital modes like PSK31? RTTY? Then you are not really listening to it as much as decoding the signals you may or may not be listening to.
Do you just want to hear the radio via the computer speakers? One would wonder why.