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No audio on a Kenwood TS-950SD ham radio after clipping D-17 to allow MARS operation. Sound is weak at headphone and ext speaker jack with volume control almost full up.

Checked all cabling into and out of DSP unit and all are good. Already done the factory reset. Can not find any broken wires and have pulled and reseated almost every cable in this radio. Still no sound to internal speaker which had plenty of volume at # 2 setting out of 10 on volume control before the D-17 diode was clipped to allow MARS operation. Already reconnected D-17 and still no audio. Any tips or ideas greatly appreciated.

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Pls check if the audio settings on the monitor are correct. Along with the monitor menu button, there will be another button for audio for some models. For other models the audio option will be available in the menu button itself.

Pls check with another set of powered speakers and not headphones.

Also check for the drivers and any driver updates for your sound card.

Hope this helps fix your problem.

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