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Low Voice When I talk using my T5000 my voice comes through extremely quite on other radios that my friends have. I have tried the obvious such as volume controls and changing to my other radio. We all use Motorola radios so I don't think it is a compatibilty issue. I have tried different settings but it is possible I am missing something. Any ideas? Thanks Scott

Posted by Scott Bowers on Oct 29, 2006

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Low Voice When I talk using my T5000 my voice comes through extremely quite on other radios that my friends have. I have tried the obvious such as volume controls and changing to my other radio. We all use Motorola radios so I don't think it is a compatibilty issue. I have tried different settings but it is possible I am missing something. Any ideas? Thanks Scott


Mostly of this radios works in 12.5Khz channel spacing so the modulation will be 2.5khz, if the other radios are not for the same application, they could be a 5.0 Khz modulation,this could be the reason that you are heared quite. Other reason is that you Microfone is clogged, or dirty, chech this. Neto
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No Voice Through Headset


From another website. I can't take any credit:"I'm using Vista. Okay, I finally figured out how to fix it .... Control Panel -> Sound -> Right-click "Properties" -> "Levels" Tab -> Un-mute Microphone and move the slider to 100."Then turn up the headset speaker control all the way.
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Radios do not transmit voices. They worked before but not now. I can hear all bells and whistles but not voices..batteries are fully charged, no damage, tried a lot of different channels


Is the QT option turned on? Make sure it is off. Also make sure the IVOX option is turned off. You can get to these by cycleing through the options with the menu button.
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I have two uniden GMR1088-2CK radios, If I press the transmit button on the side and speak into the Mike you can see tx appear in the display, the 2nd unit receives the call, rx appears in the display and you can hear my voice in the speaker which is how it should work. However when you press the transmit button on the second unit the tx symbol appears in the display but there is no sound from the first unit. The one thing I have noticed that is different between the two units is the first unit constantly displays the rx symbol to the left of the battery symbol and this never changes unless you press the transmit or call buttons. What I am trying to determine is obviously what the problem is and with which unit. Has anyone every had this issue and what was the resolution?


There are quite a couple of possibilities that could cause the problem you have explained. rx simply stands for receiver.To trouble shoot these devices will be a bit complicated so i would just list out the possible problems for you.1: Either the Microphone for unit 2 is not functioning well therefore does not pick what is said into the mic2: The speaker for unit 1 is faulty so receives the transmission but cannot send it out through the speakers.3: the rx symbol on display could mean the radio is already locked on a transmission probably due to interference. To sort this try resetting the unit. And clearing off all redundant connections from the unit memory. Let me know the outcome of this.Hope this solution has been helpful?
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Won't receive audio or any noise with squelch all the way left


Perhaps a faulty connector on your coax cable. Get it fixed or replaced you coax cable with a new one.
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Motorola t5000 If the eliminator code is set to 0 both radios receive the transmission. Once we set the radios to any eliminator code only one receives transmissions - have double checked that both are on same channel and same eliminator code, etc.. have tried various combinations of codes and channels Thanks


If you have already checked both radios have the same code and channel both radios must reicive and transmit between each other check if you have any QT in any display this is a third condition to reicive.
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One radio makes loud tone when other radio transmits


You may have a defective radio that has a bad push to talk switch which doesn't mute the receiver and feeds back audio to itself or this could be a bad solder connection or a broken wire inside. Not much you can do except replace it or have a tech look at it.
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Sending/Receiving My Bellsouth 1040 radios might be getting a little old but they are well cared for and in good shape. I haven't used them in awhile but always take the batteries (non-chargable) out when I store them for any length of time. Recently I took out the radios, installed fresh batteries and tested the sending/receiving functions. Nothing! I could hear the mike being opened but no voice came over. I also could not send my voice to the other radio. I tried again with a third radio owned by a friend with the same result. Ordinarily I would say that maybe one of the radioes has gone bad but both going at the same time seemed a little odd. I think it may be a setting on the radios that I haven't figured out yet - or both radios have gone bad. Any help with this one?


Make sure they're on the same channel. The mics could have come disconnected, but that's highly unlikely. Look for a button labelled "Monitor" on any of the radios. It might be stuck, if there is one. I don't think the problem would be in settings, as long as they're on the same channel. If they still don't work, you should probably consider a new set. I think you can pick up a new pair of Motorolas for around $40. Good luck :)
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We have 4 T8500 - only one can talk, the other 3 only recieve.


Can you tell if the radio is actually transmitting? Is there any sound on the transmitting radio or a light inditcating that it is indeed transmitting? If not maybe the PTT button is malfunctioning. Try to use a microphone plugged into the accessory jack and see if it works. Another option is if you have a radio scanner, search the frequency range while transmitting and see if you pick up that open carrier.
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Midland GXT550VP4 communication problems


Did you use the sub-codes? Where they tested indoors or out?
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