Support/ FAQ

The OMNI-PROC utilizes ‘direct-inject’ audio into most rigs. This eliminates anomalies that occur in many rig mic preamps, such as over-drive, clipping, and other types of artifacts that may affect the full performance of the OMNI-PROC.

Some rig mic preamps deliberately tailor the frequency response of the mic input, to compensate for microphone inequalities (like frequency tailoring of the response), in order to improve the stock microphones supplied with the rig.

With the OMNI-PROC, the use of ‘direct-inject’ connects directly to the modulator input stage, which bypasses any artificial frequency tailoring, internal rig mic processing, or frequency compensation, which could degrade the performance of the OMNI-PROC. CLICK HERE to see a list of supported rigs that use the direct-inject connections.


OMNI-PROC also contains audio input capabilities from the rig direct-inject connections. This allows both audio input and output to pass through the OMNI-PROC, as well as a PTT keying signal to the rig. The OMNI-PROC utilizes a momentary/locking PTT button, as well as an RCA connection on the rear panel for a foot switch-enabled PTT control.


OMNI-PROC supports both modular, and 8-pin circular microphone jacks from the standard Icom, Yaesu, and Kenwood rigs. In order to properly route the proper pins to the correct functions, the OMNI-PROC contains configuration switches on the rear panel, which select between the three popular rig manufacturers. There are separate sets of switches for both modular and 8 pin connectors, and can be configured independently from each other.


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last updated 5/1/20