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Posted: Jan 5, 2004 17:45:19

Can anyone recommend a method of recording audio that is mode-independent and will not interfere with DVP operation? I'm talking about hours of audio, in a format that could later be edited, and is independent of the DVP itself. Cost is not an issue (within reason). Obviously, ability to record both sides of QSO and immunity to RF would be considerations.

Any advise, link recommendations, or personal experiences will be appreciated.

Posted: Jul 7, 2010 00:02:52

You can record it onto either a cd or analog tape then transfer it to the computer. If necessary you can use an audio conversion software that is capable of converting the audio format that you are recording in. You can also record the audio onto a computer using high-quality mics/cables and audio format for best recording outcomes and reduced hassle of creating professional audio.

Posted: Jul 7, 2010 03:04:29

I had forgotten I started this thread. Thanks for the reply. Ironically, I am now consulting at an A/V company that makes the very devices needed to enable this. Problem solved.

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