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Hi Dave,

My Chatter volume is way to loud and if I go to the Windows Mixer Volume and turn it down (I have it at 4 to get it reasonable) then my ATC communications are to soft (with all of their volumes set to 100%).  I also tried using the Volume controls on the P2A COM Frequency pop-up window but they seem to have no affect.  I have all my chatter and ATC communications coming through my headset, with all other P3D v4.5 sounds playing through my SoundBlaster speakers.

Also wondering if there was a way to have the P2ATC ATIS also play through my headset...it now comes through the system speakers.

Thanks for the help.

Garry


Garry Lundberg

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Chatter volume is controlled using the Radio Panel Volume control which is accessed by clicking the Standby Com frequency in the bottom left of P2As main screen.

The ATIS playing on your speakers is from P3D.  You could turn off the  ATC and Voice volume in P3D and check the option in P2A Config to have P2A provide the ATIS.  

Dave

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Thanks Dave,

Sorry...should have been more clear.  I did try the Radio Panel Volume control when I clicked the Standby Com frequency in the bottom left of the main screen...but it has no effect.  I tried both Volume Up and Down but it changes nothing.

It appears when I did the most recent update last night somehow the P2A to provide the ATIS got un-checked.  Checked it and now works correctly.

Garry


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Still unable to change the Chatter Volume using the Radio Panel Volume control.  Has no affect.   Any Help?

Thanks,

Garry


Garry Lundberg

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If you're playing the chatter through P2A, then that is the only way to affect the chatter volume other than the windows mixer volume for the entire program.

However, if you are playing chatter using the X-ATC_Chatter application, P2A will have no effect on the volume.

Dave 

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I am playing them through P2A.  However, I just bought the X-ATC_Chatter application and loaded their files into P2A as Controllers per instructions...now the Radio Panel Volume controls, in P2A, work as they should...go figure.

Thanks anyway.

Garry


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I myself was having proplems with my engine volumes and ATC comms from VATSIM. I ended up creating the app that is in my signature (http://www.pttbuddy.com) that controls automatically the volume of any application based on PTT or voice threshold. 


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