PilotEdge Receiver Sound Output

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PilotEdge Receiver Sound Output

Postby Frank White » Mon Jan 21, 2019 10:19 am

I get a kick out of monitoring the PilotEdge network via the Pilotedge receiver. However, whenever I use my Oculus VR headset, which is rarely because I can't read the instruments as well (and I get motion sickness occasionally), the PE receiver change the sound output to the Oculus headset. This setting seems to persist. The way I found to change it is to go to the sound control panel in Windows and verify that the speakers are set to default.

I'm posting this because I searched for this solution and couldn't find it.
Frank
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N512PA - Pilatus P12
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Re: PilotEdge Receiver Sound Output

Postby Keith Smith » Sun Jan 27, 2019 8:33 am

The Receiver uses the default communications device if one is listed. Otherwise it uses the default device. It's the same as the pilot clients (except they have an override capability).
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