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Digital Recorder



Hi All,

 

I have a small problem when recording my satellite passes, I donít have the
hands to be able to write the Grids and Callsignís so i use a little digital
voice recorder that I found on Ebay..

 

Now, the problem I have is this.. I use my TH-D7 and split the output
between the recorder and my earphones.. BUT the output to the recorder is a
little too hot for it and doesnít have a mic control.. So my options :-

 

Do i,

 

Find a way to turn the volume down on the recorder output, i have tried
working the sat with low low volume, but then i cannot hear the downlink
very well.

 

Or, can anyone suggest a digital voice recorded that has a mic volume
control?

 

I was thinking of perhaps a variable capacitor in-line would attenuate the
volume, but there has to be a recorder that has mic controls?

 

This is for portable work, so a laptop is out of the question!

 

Thanks,

 

Chris


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