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Want a 2way raido to blug into my head set

I want to know if i can plug a two way radio into my peltor head set headset has external audio jack that accepts 2way radios so what 2way do i need my factory to buy so i can do this pelter m2rx7a head set motorola 2 ways is what they want but what model do i want to do this thanks alan wyrick.

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wyoed1
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SOURCE: positive or negative

It normally says on the case of the radio where the plug inserts. If not, get a DC Voltmeter and carefully read the voltage and observe the polarity of your test. Most radios have a positive tip polarity. Good Luck
Ed
NC Electronic
Mills, Wyoming

Posted on Jan 06, 2008

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SOURCE: How to set squelch on a motorola t73xta7ta7bk 2 way radio

That is a Maratrac, the squelch is adjustable thru a variable resistor on the audio/squelch board within the chassis. It is labeled R1132 SQUELCH, and is located very close to the locking handle. Some models have a metal bracket that holds the interface board, (thats the only board in the chassis that is mounted vertically), if you remove this bracket you can see R1132 alot easier, but do not need to remove the bracket to adjust R1132. Clockwise tightens the squelch. One catch though, for this adjustment to work, the radio must have been programmed with the unmuting/muting setting in the RSS, set to And/Or. It comes from the factory set for Std/Std. And in my 15+ years in the business, I have seen only one programmer that changes this setting. Me. Good Luck.

Posted on Feb 26, 2008

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SOURCE: radio shack product question

Theirs only 1-way to find out if its compatable...Plug it in
Thats what I'd do.
Have you also tried any earbuds from cellphones?

Posted on Nov 09, 2008

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SOURCE: Hello Guys..how to channelize my 2way Radio Motorola Radius Model

The GM300 is dealer programmable using Motorola proprietary software, a programming cable and radio interface box (rib). (Or on some models a ribless cable). I will continue to look for a user guide pdf. If I locate one I will post it.

Posted on May 01, 2009

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Well there are a few possiblilities:
1 - If the headset is not an OEM part then the wiring or jack may not match or the impedances may be mismatched.
2 - When you say doesn't work you need to be more specific.
VOX capable y/n, VOX Working y/n, PTT on head set y/n, etc.
3 - Has the radio phone/mic jacks ever been modified?

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1) Be certain your radio is turned off when plugging in the headset.
2) Be certain you seat the 2-pronged plug completely. You should feel a click when the device is fully plugged in. If your audio accessory jack on the radio has never been used it will be a tight fit in the beginning. Also, in saying this, if you plan to always use the headset, leave it plugged in. This will avoid needless wear-n-tear on the jack.

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Issue using headset with motorola talkabout md200


You may have one of the following issues:
1) Defective headset or non-compatible headset. Try the headset on the other radio to see if you experience the same problem.
2) Headset is not plugged in all the way, until you feel a click.
3) Your radio's jack is wobbled out, or defective. Try moving the plug in or out slightly in the jack to see if you can find a sweet spot. Jacks can be worn due to plugging and unplugging chargers or audio devices repeatedly.

Tips:
1) Just as you have been doing, make certain the radios are turned off before plugging in any audio device.
2) Once you plug in the device and turn on the radio, press the PTT button once to initialize the PTT capability.
3) If you continue to have difficulties, reprogram the radios back to a basic operation, shutting off any special features such as call tones, Qt filtering, interference eliminators, weather radio capabilities, etc. Sometimes going back to this basic mode will alleviate the problem. Then one by one you can add back in the features you desire.

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How to put peltor bluetooth into pairing mode


Normally Peltor headsets work as follows:

1.) Turn the device off.
2.) Once off, hold the on/off/mode button for 5 seconds until you hear a voice say "pairing mode"
3.) Make sure bluetooth is active on your device and search for the Peltor headset, once you find it select it.
4.) When prompted for a pairing key use 0000
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Peltor MT53H7AWS2 Bluetooth Headset pairing instructions


• Establish the Bluetooth link between the headset and another Bluetooth device by pressing the raise volume (+) and lower volume (-) buttons simultaneously for at least two seconds. Note that the headset must be switched off while you do this!

Some models of mobile phone require a pin
code in order for the mobile phone to identify the
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This applies to all Peltor WS headsets and cannot be
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Hi,

Can you pls add a few more details:
1. are the 2.5mm jacks stereo (3 pins) or mono (2 pins):
2. is your universal headset monaural or stereo; and
3. originally, did the universal headset came with 2 separate plugs?

At most that I can give you is a general/generic idea. The external speaker/microphone (or in your case the universal headset) uses also the charge jack, chances are that it is a multi terminal/pin jack. Pls refer to the diagram below.

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The reason it is in continuous transmit is because one of the mini speaker is wired to the PTT trigger or the pins are wired wrong;

This would also explain why no transmit audio either manual or via VOX.

Hope this be of some help/idea. Post back how things turned up or should you need additional information.

Good luck and kind regards.

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Earbuds


If you are using vox (voice activated transmit) go into the menu and make sure you don't have the VOX setting too high. You should be able to put the headset on... hit the "push to talk" button on the radio and transmit you audio. Turn the other radio on and make sure the radio is "keying" (tx with no auio) then make sure there is audio. If you don't have audio but the radio is transmitting.. you might have the wrong type of plug on your headset for the audio..... there are 2 plugs... 1 for transmit audio....1 for recieve audio. It could be the wrong type of plug for the jack in the radio. Regardless.. the way the headset works is either you push the "push to talk button" onj the radio OR you use the VOX function... with the vox function you just have to talk into the mic to transmit. This is what your headset is designed for. You will have to go into the menu and set up the radio for VOX. If you still have problems follow my directions at the top of this page ( check mic jack and stuff) I think you just have to set the radio up for VOX operation and set the VOX setting. You should be able to push the push to talk button and talk through the mic on the headset. If you don't get any audio that way there is a problem and you should check the jack and plug on the headset.

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