DMR audio ?

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DMR audio ?

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Using sdr rsp1 and sdr console software along with dsd+ for decoding local DMR shop watch etc, appreciate although free and does a good job of decoding is there anything within the settings of sdr console I can adjust to make the audio from the decoded dmr just that bit clearer ?
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To be honest, no - that's pretty normal for this kind of software. To be even more honest, I've never found one DMR radio that's as clear as analogue on a good day. You can improve things by using EQ on the audio, leaving the HF, and putting a HPF on to slice away at the lower end to improve it a bit. The software is pretty wide band in it's audio performance, so thinning it a bit can help.
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Cheers buddy appreciate the advice.
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