Question about Kenwood KMC-21 - Speaker Microphone
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: kenwood tk-3140 two way radios
If I may add to luckydave's post, you can verify if it is the internal speaker which is at fault by connecting an ear piece or an external speaker to the jack. In some instances, it could be due to worn out volume control and/or squelch control.
Good luck and kind regards.
Posted on Dec 12, 2007
SOURCE: kenwood tk 3102 and autocom
with the indulgence of IrishDruid and many thanks to micromaster....
The radios are compatible since as you posted "...both radios work perfect by themselves..."
Based on your post, I would suspect that the transmit audio line from the Autocom to the mic input of the Kenwood TK3102 is faulty/not connecting right. All others (receive audio and PTT) are wired correctly. This is inline with what IrishDruid has initially posted. Additionally, the Autocom is also working since it kicks the PTT through its VOX (voice activated relay) and there is transmit (albeit the TX audio) or manual PTT.
Additionally, there are some 2.5mm connectors that are just a bit short of what Kenwood requires.
Posted on May 18, 2008
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Posted on Feb 27, 2010
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