I've been successfully making digital contacts with most settings the same as in ssb operation. I've learned that psk is ussually always usb and rtty is usually lsb so I continue to keep learning new stuff. So this brings my next question regarding receiving levels. My soundcard has line level inputs w/o a preamp. All seems fine but the audio levels on dm780 is only about 6%. Most of my friends are running at least 20%. As I've been making contacts I assume this is fine but wonder if I'm missing anything with the lower audio drive. I can pretty easily tell where the sigs are in the waterfall at this level. The other thing I wonder is where I should set my dsp, nb, and agc. I have a lot of local noise due to power lines running around three sides of my property and living in town with neighbors that have wireless modems, plasma tv's, and such. I have agc set to fast like for cw, nb is on and af dsp on about 1/4. Maybe I should have all these turned off? It does bring up the audio drive level quite a bit but I assume it's also letting a lot more crap through to the sound card. Maybe that's the point--to let the sound card deal with all this stuff. Just looking for suggestions and to see if I'm doing things right. FWIW radio is an original ic-756, rigblaster pro interface, M-audio delta 2496 audiophile soundcard with line level inputs/outputs only. Thanks.