I got my pigtail from a local computer store, shouldn't be hard to find, I got mine for under $10. The end that plugs into the speaker port will have 4 sections instead of the usual 3. Until you get that pigtail I would think that you can't go any further to decode digital signals using a tapped scanner and DSD.Where did you get the pigtail adapter?
I went into control panel and under mic properties and it said location 0 (internal high def audio bus). Does that mean location 0 in DSD?
My Toshiba is the Satellite P205-S6337.
So If you are using a tapped scanner to decode a digital signal your only concern should DSDPlus.exe, and in the Control panel/ sound/ you should only be dealing with Line in and it should have a value around 3.Yes I have a mic in and a headphone out.
Control panel says the location for the mic is 0. Does that mean DSD should have -I0? Did not think DSD liked that.
Apologies, wasn't clear enough on my phone screen.Input 2 is the virtual audio cable. Is the what I want for tapped audio from a radio? This laptop only has a mic jack.
I will order the sound card.
It seems like the audio from the tapped radio goes into the mic jack and right to the computer speakers bypassing DSD,
DSD says mono decoding initiated but nothing happens. All I hear is unsquelched audio and DMR digital data.