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Old 03-17-2010, 2:23 AM
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Wichita City Police - West and South Sides Live Scanner Audio Feed

Would someone please give me some feedback on my feed? I got a email saying it wasn't good enough to listen to. I have monitored and saw no problems. So if ya have a free sec, please check it out for me... Thanks!!!
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Old 03-17-2010, 5:21 AM
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I just listened, and it's LOUD! Much louder than other feeds I normally listen to, had to turn the volume almost all the way down. There is also a low background hum and "ticking" noise that could be annoying after a while during quiet times, but that could just be a side effect of having the gain up too high.

You may try turning down the record level some, see how that does. I tried to set mine so it would sound right at my normal volume level on the computer, and so it sounded about the same as other feeds I listen to. (That way, if I have two on at once I'm not blasted by a louder one trying to hear a quieter one.) I don't use the RR software (or even Windows for that matter) so I'm not sure if there is some "standard" or some indicators to show signal levels that others use...
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Old 03-17-2010, 10:38 AM
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The audio sounds a bit hot.

Download the free VU meter and run that on the PC that your scanner is plugged into.

Make sure your audio is under 0db. I prefer it peaking between -3 and -2
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