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Turn down my talkback

I have a new ranger 3900 and the talk back is to loud, how do I turn it down

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adjust your talkback to just open then set your echo to where you want it. Now turn your amp on and re-adjust both the talkback and the echo . If you have a speaker nearby the radio may be feeding back through it so move it away from your radio . Now start talking with the mic and adjust your echo because you should be able to hear yourself talk through your talkback.

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First , is this radio new or used ? If it is new I see no dial for talk back and if it is used then was talk back added to it ? Open the radio so you can check out trace side of the radio and look to where the speaker jacks plug in. If you see a resister soldered across them then disconnect it and your talk back is gone,unless you still want it then solder a 220 ohm resister in place of the one you removed. if the radio is out of the box new then it should be adjustable but as I look at the face I see no knob marked as talk back.If you ordered this radio and asked for talk back on a seperate switch then which one ? look at it and make the call as to which wires to cut and do it .

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When ever i dead key the mic on med rf power i get a humming or bumble bee sound through my talkback same thing on high rf power i changed the coax it helped it for low rf power and tried new mic but had...


Thats because your Rf is powerful on high settings..try taping a AM radio "ferrite bar" to your coax in the back of radio for "RF filtering". Keep your power supply 15 inches away from radio. I recommend unhooking talkback on radios (it always causes feedback). But make sure speaker is good distance from the radio. I'd say 10 feet or so, behind radio. Change external speakers or add one with a long cord.

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I have a Connex 4600 Turbo mounted in the headliner of a W900L Kenworth using Wilson 2000 twin antennas and a RK56 mic. When trying to use the "talk-back" feature all I hear is constant...


Strange. You shouldn't have a squealing problem with an RK56 noise canceling mic.

Unfortunately there is no way to change the volume of the talkback. Its too loud. The only solution is to turn the mic gain down.

The only reason you need to have talkback on is to check your audio. Make sure the echo is good and what not. After that you really don't need it on. So turn down the mic gain, then check the echo, then turn off the Talkback and turn the gain back up.

The squeal is feedback from the talkback being to loud and being heard by the mic. So the only way to solve it is to lower the volume of the talkback, (Which is not possible in this radio) lowering the mic gain(which lowers your audio level) or turning it off.

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My radio recieves ok but only whistles when i key the mike is this a major fix?


Do you have talkback installed? It my be too loud and causing feed back. Back the mic gain down if so.

Could also be improper mic wiring. If you use a mic that is wired for a different radio, it could just cause a hum, buzz or squeal.

Another thing that can cause a hum, buzz or squeal is a faulty volume and or squelch knob depending on the radio.

  • Turn down or disable talk back.
  • If you cannot turn off or disable talk back, lower mic gain.
  • Try a different mic that you know is wired for cobra.
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the talkback is too loud. there is no way to adjust the talkback volume on this radio. Talkback is really just so you can check how your audio sounds and your echo. Once it set, there is really no need to have it on.

Turning down the gain on your mic will stop the squeal.

the squeal is cause by feed back from audio from the talk back being heard from the mic.

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My talk back is low cant hear it


You really don't want to have a loud talk back. Its usually controlled by your mic gain. the louder it is, the louder your talk back is.

Talk back is used so you can her how your audio is being transmitted. It makes a lot of sense when you have echo. use it to hear you echo to make sure its not too much.

The problem with a loud talkback is, if it is too high, you will get feed back in your transmit.

You should leave it where it is.

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timspur, hi. First off, using the talkback with a tuned Galaxy will give you problems, so you need to use a good noise cancelling mic like a RK 56, or Astatic 636. If your running an amp, that will only amplify the problem. Here is a mod if your comfortable working on your radio, to tone down the TB volume.
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Talkback can become distorted if these radios have been "peaked," and there is no cure because the talkback just amplifies what goes to the RF section. Try adding a 470k ohm resistor from junction of C155/R207 to the junction of C187/R235 on the solder side of the board. This will also give you clean talkback on SSB and FM. Try different values of resistance to get the amount of volume you want. The less the resistance the louder the talkback will be.**
Hope this was what your looking for,, I know for a fact that the Astatic mics do help tone it down.
Let us know,,, Mechanic

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