Cubic On My Mac and Audio ?

BOBRR

Member
Premium Subscriber
Joined
Dec 15, 2004
Messages
1,137
Location
Boston, MA
Hello,

Have a iMac desktop.

Thought it might be interesting to see how Cubic runs on it.
Using a SDRPlay RSPdx.

Seems to run, and has lots of apparently frequency peaks it is
receiving.

But, just cannot get any audio out of it. Tried all the Mac audio settings, etc.

Is there something in Cubic itself that I am missing to
enable, or configure, the audio ?

Or, perhaps, something from SDRPlay that need to be downloaded and installed ?

Again, "seems" to be running fine, just no audio.


BTW: What's the latest Cubic version for the Mac ? Link to it ?

Any suggestions, other than giving up and going back to W10 pc and SDRConsole ?

Thanks, stay well,
Bob
 

BOBRR

Member
Premium Subscriber
Joined
Dec 15, 2004
Messages
1,137
Location
Boston, MA
Hi,

Thanks for help with this.
Will blame it on old age now; a great excuse for most anything.

Might you, please, give me the exact step by step to do this ? (creting the "modem,", etc., etc.)
I have no idea how to.

Much thanks; appreciate the help.

BTW: what's the latest version for this now ?

Any other SDR programs that will run well on a Mac? I never could get the gqrx program to work when I tried it last year.

Regards, stay well,
Bob
 

wscranston

Member
Premium Subscriber
Joined
Apr 18, 2018
Messages
92
Location
Northeast Massachusetts

BOBRR

Member
Premium Subscriber
Joined
Dec 15, 2004
Messages
1,137
Location
Boston, MA
Hi,

All set now.
Works.

Never would have figured it out myself !

BTW: I use VNC Viewer to mirror what is on my pc directly to
the Mac screen. And I can control from it also.
Free, and works like a charm. My Mac screen is better than my W10 monitor.

In case you are not familiar with it, give it a try.

Best regards, and thanks again,
Bob
 
Joined
Jul 27, 2020
Messages
37
SdrGlut runs nicely on the Mac with the RSPduo, RSP1 and RSP2 - so I suspect that it will work with the RSPdx also.

The pre build version for the Mac is at -


If you Mac has USB3 - it will run it at the maximum bandwidth.
 
Top