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I have a small problem with the sound when in spot view. At times I like to use the auto pilot while on long flights and watch the scenery. But I have found that I get no ATC sound when in spot view.If I switch between inside and outside when ATC is talking then I can hear them. But the next transmission will be silent but I can still see the words in the ATC window.Anyone have this problem??? or know of a fix??Eddie

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Eddie,Try this:Open the Dash 7 Sound folder and create a backup of the XKAN11.wav fileOpen the MS Sound Recorder, then ...Open the Dash 7 Sound folder and file XKAN11.wav with the Sound RecorderClick File/Properties then DetailsSelect CONVERT NOW to convert the stereo sound to MonoSave the converted fileNow test the ATC sound in Spot ViewLet me know if this helps.Milton

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Milton,I did as you ask...but the file was already in mono.Should I change it to stereo?Thanks for you help!Eddie

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Eddie,Are you sure you looked at Xkan11 or Kan11?All 4 XKan11/12/13/14.wav files were sent out as stereo.Two of the Kan11/12/13/14 are mono, two stereo.Convert 2 of the XKANnn to be stereo and two mono and look at results.Milton

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Milton,The XKAN11 file was in mono I converted it to stereo and allseems fine now. I tried it on the ground talking to ATC and itworked while in spot view.Eddie------------------------------------------------------->Eddie, >>Are you sure you looked at Xkan11 or Kan11? >>All 4 XKan11/12/13/14.wav files were sent out as stereo. >>Two of the Kan11/12/13/14 are mono, two stereo. >>Convert 2 of the XKANnn to be stereo and two mono and look >at results. >>>Milton

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Hi Eddie,That's great! It seems to cause problems on certain sound cards, usually better ones.One of the team experienced this inside, and we fixed it in a similar fashion. It seems like a resource issue.Glad it is working for you now. :-)Milton

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