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How do I program the frequency of transmission on the mic?

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Some of these have a body cover that just unscrews off, and expose a set of rotary channel and group selector that you can turn with a small flat screw driver. Match to the new numbers letters on the receiver. If it is the LED type you just need to hold the ch or grp button down until the display flashes then just toggle through the codes.

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Hi Chad,

Do you have any frequencies programmed into your radio scanner?

If not, then that is why you're not receiving anything.

If on the other hand you do have frequencies programmed, are they the correct frequencies for your location?

Are the frequencies the Tx or Rx frequencies that you programmed, The Tx frequencies are the correct frequencies to program, as Rx is the mobile(usually) Tx frequencies, and unless you're within 5 miles of that mobile, you won't hear it, and you certainly won't hear the base transmissions, unless it's a high powered Simplex Frequency.

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Hi Janice,

First of all, you need a list of frequencies that you wish to program into your scanner see:www.radioreference.com.

Once you've got a hard copy of your favourite local frequencies, you will need to program them into your scanner.

Example only!!!

123.7000
This is an air band frequency but only for example this is what you need to do.

Press prog key, enter the frequency exactly as I have typed them here: 123.7000, press delay key, press L/O key only if L/O is showing on the display, now press Enter key, you now have the first frequency programmed.

Now press Hold/Mon key and you will be given the next channel to program, follow the steps above until you have completed the setup.

When complete, press scan and every time the scanner detects a transmission, it will stop scanning during the transmission, prior to scan again.

You can stop scanning at any time by pressing the Mon/Hold key, when you hear a transmission that interests you. That way you won't miss anything interesting.

I hope this helps you in your hobby.

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You can, and the results might be better than not optimizing, but they might be worse.
The optimizing process listens for resonant frequencies in the room (what pitch "rings" longer in your room) as well as damped frequencies (what pitch sounds "dead" in your room)
To do this, it needs a mic that's matched to the unit.

Different mics have different frequency response curves, so your friend's mic might think (for example) that 2500hz is really hot, but the yamaha mic would think it's normal.

Certainly won't hurt to try, but if you don't like the way things sound after optimizing, then just reset your yamaha to the default EQ.

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That's one correct assumption, but it's actually the element that gets damages causing the coil to rub. Open the top up and see if there is any damage, sung a magnifying glass as the tiniest crack could go un-noticed by the naked eye.

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