Question about Sena SR10 Motorola Twin Pin Two-Way Radio Cable
The interface works up to a point. When I increase the volume on the radio above 30 percent the radio alternates between transmit and receive until the volume control is lowered. It occurs whether the SR 10 is powered or not. Has anyone else experienced this? I have double checked the radio programming and tried it with another SR 10. Any suggestion would be appreciated.
A few things come to mind: 1) Be certain the radio is turned off when plugging in the Sena SR10 cable. Plugging in an audio device when the radio is turned on can cause the radio to seem like it is in somewhat of a VOX mode, with the transmitter being open or partially open. 2) Be certain the plug is in all the way. You should feel a click when seated properly. 3) Be certain the Sena SR10 cable you are using is the one for the Motorola CP200. The rings on the 2.5mm and 3.5mm prongs differ between the Motorola cable and others.
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