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DSD+ no DMR voice on slot1

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Hi all,
I'm using DSD Plus to decoding the DMR signal from a repeater near my QTH and I noted when the Target Group is on the slot2 (TG=8/TG=9) I can hear the voice, but when the Target Group is on the slot1 (TG=1/TG=222) I don't hear the voice or drops only, even if there are not errors in the decoded data received.
What can I do to resolve this?
73, Roby
 

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Check DSDplus' read me but I think 1,2,3 keys will synthesize audio on slot 1 2 or both. I'd make sure both are on. Also (and I've done this several times) with headphones slot one I believe is left ear and slot 2 is right, and I only was using my left bud. If your're using the computer speakers maybe try some headphones and see if it is in fact there.
 
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Many thanks dubs, thanks to your suggestion I found that the left speaker of my notebook no longer works, but with headphones now I can also listen to the left channel where, in fact, plays the audio of slot1.
I think I still have to find other options from DSD+ help file for better settings.
Anyway DSD+ is e very good software!
73, Roby
 
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I think I still have to find other options from DSD+ help file for better settings.
From memory, setting -o1M in the bat file of DSD+ (that's o for output, not 0 for zero) will pipe the output as mono, and not left and right as is usual for each slot....so you should hear both slots on your single speaker.
 
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