Question about Motorola Talkabout MT352R Two-way Radios, 35 miles Range, IP-54 Weatherproof
I used a Motorola 1518 Surveillance Headset with PTT Mic which worked as described but after removing, the volume coming from the speaker remains muted and muffled. Mic volume on the receiving end is fine and all functions work properly but it's difficult to hear. I thought it may be a problem with this particular unit but I tried the other headphone (I bought a set of two) into the other radio same problem. I'm not sure if it's a setting that may have been tripped after using the headset (VOX or Noise Filter) but I'm not aware of all the features. What else can I try?
While this seems an odd situation,it is quite common. The radio volume is different through the audio jack than the regular speaker. You could plug the earpiece in and out with the radio on and it could work, and it may not be in the manual, but you should turn the radio off to remove the earpiece. The radio should also be off when you insert the earpiece. No, I do not have your exact radio in my hands, just 32 years experience with all makes of radios and earpieces. This advice has not changed in all this time. Also, the VOX feature is often engaged when plugging an earpiece into a radio that is already on.
Posted on Nov 15, 2014
The volume control for the headset is typically the same one you use for the phone. plug the headset in again & use the volume control to increase/decrease volume as you require, remove the headset and use the same volume control to increase/decrease the volume on the device..
Posted on Nov 12, 2014
Testimonial: "There is no button, unless you are referring to PTT button. Also, I tried removing the headset and adjusting the volume. Likewise, I removed the headset and repeated the procedure. You do not seem familiar with this radio, but by turning the volume knob counter-clockwise it turns the volume down and eventually off. Clockwise rotation turns the radio on and increases the volume. The headset does not have a volume control switch."
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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