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    Default VAST FM Transmitter | No Audio via USB running Windows 10

    Hi all,
    I am using 2 of the VAST INT FM Transmitter and cannot get Audio working when connected via USB to any PC.
    I tried:
    1. VLC -> Audio Device : HIFI FMT
    2. Set the FM Transmitter device as default Audio Device for Windows

    NO Sound transmitted over the Air.
    The Sound level indicator if the GUI is indicating something.

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    Default Re: VAST FM Transmitter | No Audio via USB running Windows 10

    antenna?

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    Default Re: VAST FM Transmitter | No Audio via USB running Windows 10

    Did you run a scan in your area to make sure the frequency was unused? You could try externally supplying the 5 volts dc and use the aux input to see it its a windows driver problem.
    Love LEDs!

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    Default Re: VAST FM Transmitter | No Audio via USB running Windows 10

    Some background information:
    The device is used to test tuner modules and is directly connected to the antenna input.
    In any case, RDS Text and station name is received on the frequency used by the transmitter without issues.

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    Default Re: VAST FM Transmitter | No Audio via USB running Windows 10

    Quote Originally Posted by tju View Post
    Some background information:
    The device is used to test tuner modules and is directly connected to the antenna input.
    In any case, RDS Text and station name is received on the frequency used by the transmitter without issues.
    Interesting...it would appear the transmitter is intact. Where are the ham radio peeps who might know where to look?

    If you put it in standalone mode, does it transmit audio?
    What volumes do you have set in the chain (VLC, windows, HiFi software)?

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