Question about Motorola T5000 Two Pack 2-Way Radios with 5 Mile Range
When i transmit to one of my Motorola T5000 2-way radios, it makes a crackily sound through its speaker. When the problem one makes its own sounds (beeps and calls) it is okay though. There is only a problem when it recieves a transmit from another 2-way radio.
Generally a crackling sound coming through a speaker indicated the speaker is damaged (or blown). This can happen due to phyical damage such as dropping; old age' or running the device at full volume most of the time. The T5000 is a non-repairable radio. If less than one year old you may be able to get it replaced under warrranty. If more than one year old, you will need to replace the unit.
Posted on Oct 01, 2008
Could be due to air blowing the mic or something but please remember that usually transmissions are fuzzy,
Posted on Sep 30, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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