Question about Galaxy Radios DX29HP 6 Band 10 Meter Mobile Radio
Do you mean the FM Deviation or Detector Adjustment? I haven't found a schematic on the DX29HP yet but it may be the same as the DX33. NO GAURANTEE! The DX 33 has VR5 as the FM Deviation. You'll want to borrow or buy an FM Deviation Meter to adjust that. The FM Detector is L5. You'll need to Connect an AF VTVM or scope to IC2 Pin 7. In FM, Set FM RF Generator to 26.965 MHz (CB Channel 1) and at a level of .5uV deviated 3 KHz with 1KHz audio tone.
Reduce the volume as you need to. AGAIN!!! THE DX29HP MAY NOT BE ANYTHING LIKE THE DX33. If you are not sure, please pay someone to make the adjustments for you. It's a pretty nice little rig.
Posted on Feb 21, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Apply 8 volts to the rear pin of the connector to the right of IC4. I would use the talkback switch. I haven't seen a 29hp yet but I believe it uses the 6900 board used in most of the new Galaxys.
Posted on Jun 29, 2011
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