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Hello Jeff,

Most ham radios have a "fixed" output, maybe labeled "phone patch" out 
or low level audio output.
That is the best place to connect a cable to your Sound Card Line 
Input.  Or if you need to take from the external speaker jack you may 
need a resistor network to "knock" the level down as that is going to be 
very high level and to much for the Sound card.  A stereo audio cable 
should work, use "tip" and "sleeve" with sleeve being the ground 
connection.  Using fixed output the audio is always at a set level and 
does not change with the volume  control.


Jerry  -  K0HZI
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