Originally Posted by RedHerring
Just one (any) side of that stereo to the mic contact should do it. One thing you may discover is that your line out is too strong for the mic input. Another: microphone inputs on computers
have phantom power, which means that the mic signal contact in that combo jack is probably +5V to the ground. I've no idea if your tranceiver will like it or not.
Most computers have mono mic jacks. All combi jacks have mono mic connectors.
"Phantom power," itself a misnomer that would make an electrical engineer
groan, isn't something I have seen on laptops. Can you cite an instance?
Levels are definitely an issue. JVCOMM32 and similar wefax software
products have modulation indicators so you can set the volume on the radio
to the right level. I usually run the audio input level on the laptop
at around 2/3 and adjust the radio