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Should be something that looks like a flathead screw in one of the end panels. Might say 'level'.

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Have to use rf gain control to control volume. no control or very little with af gain control. ft101ee


RF gain is not used to control volume. It's used to adjust the sensitivity of the radio. If you have a station nearby that's very strong that you wish to listen to, turning down the RF gain will help reduce distortion and/or interference. The control for Volume is "AF Gain" (Audio Frequency Gain). You want to use it to set the volume level.

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I have a pair of kicker cvr 124 with a kole 1500 watt amp that is bridged to the woofers. the amp is 385 rms at 2 ohms where should the gain be to get the most power without distortion.


When setting your gain you want to set the gain high usually between 75% to 95%. if the gain is low than turning up the volume on your radio will only amplify the distortion coming from the under powered head unit. By turning up the gain you are maximizing the signal that is amplified coming from your head unit

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Turn the gain all the way down set your gain switch to X1, and set the crossover ON and turn it to 50hz.
Listen to some music at a good volume and turn the gain up slowly till it sounds good to you. If you have to turn it more than halfway, turn it all the way down, turn the gain switch to X3, and repeat the process.

Good luck!

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I have a Connex 4600 Turbo mounted in the headliner of a W900L Kenworth using Wilson 2000 twin antennas and a RK56 mic. When trying to use the "talk-back" feature all I hear is constant...


Strange. You shouldn't have a squealing problem with an RK56 noise canceling mic.

Unfortunately there is no way to change the volume of the talkback. Its too loud. The only solution is to turn the mic gain down.

The only reason you need to have talkback on is to check your audio. Make sure the echo is good and what not. After that you really don't need it on. So turn down the mic gain, then check the echo, then turn off the Talkback and turn the gain back up.

The squeal is feedback from the talkback being to loud and being heard by the mic. So the only way to solve it is to lower the volume of the talkback, (Which is not possible in this radio) lowering the mic gain(which lowers your audio level) or turning it off.

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Gain conrol problems


relatively simple 2 leg pot. fix.
Under $50 to repair.

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No manual just need some specs


With the gain all the way down, turn stereo volume 2/3 to 3/4 up. Slowly turn up the gain until the sound level is where you want it. Listen to it for a while, you can always readjust the gain as you see fit.

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MTX TC2002 amplifier has a noisy gain control


Not really, other than sending it to MTX or an authorized repair shop.

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Does the woofer move in and out in relation to the movement of the gain control?

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HI Subicbay,

ADjust your Gain setting to limit just enough so the amp does not go into Protect mode. Turn your Gain all the way down, then crank up the bass from your system. GRadually turn up the gain until you trip on protect. Turn the gain back a notch and your set for no more protect.

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Amplifeir keeps turning off


HI K-****, Adjust your Gain setting to limit just enough so the amp does not go into Protect mode.
  1. Turn your Gain all the way down,
  2. then crank up the bass from your system.
  3. GRadually turn up the gain until you trip on protect.
  4. Turn the gain back a notch and your set for no more protect.

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