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Motorola T5622 VOX Not Activating with Autocom Sys I have an Autocom (Kit 300) motorbike coms system. I bought the accessory cord that interfaces to the Motorola T5622, for VOX I have followed the Motorola instructions. i.e 1) Switch radio off 2) insert accessory cord switch radio on. A flashing 'speaking' icon should then appear to indicate that the VOX is active. What condition should there be at the accessory plug, the input to the radio (Resistance, voltage ???) so that I can establish whether the autocom needs setting or the Motorola T5622 is defective.

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  • richpig Apr 08, 2008

    Hi

    Just browsing the net for an answer to my problem and found your post. I have the exact same problem with my StarCom1 kit and the Motorola T5622.

    Just can't seem to get the VOX to activate. Will keep an eye on your post in case you get a result and will let you know if I find any answers!

    Cheers

  • solanus Jun 05, 2008

    Have the same problem with the t5622 bought with accessory ear plug which, according to the instructions enclosed, should work as a hands free operation trigger while it works only as another push-to-transmit accessory which of course is NOT a hands-free operation. And no flashing icon on the screen after plugging in the accessory plug & microphone. It is a second piece taken from the shop so, it is possible it is a design issue? An error in the instruction? A wrong accessory enclosed? But the same accessory is shown in the instruction. :(

  • sbkjo Jun 13, 2008

    Same problem. VOX not activating....

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Hi Folks, two seperate checks to do - to check vox on autocom and transmit on motorola. With the T5622 unconnected to anything, does the push transmit button work - e.g. does it make the beep noise at the end of transmission?

Does your autocom work with any other sound sources - i.e. mp3 player so you can hear music. Does this mute when you speak ? (it should if vox is working). Note that in this setup vox is provided by autocom - NOT BY THE T5622. The instructions you mention are for the motorola vox kit.

Wire the two together and you should get the motorola beeping through your autocom at the end of transmit - that's what my kit 200 does with my T5622.

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You will need to fill in the "dot" with a "." because Fixya is not allowing insertion of links currently: giantintl dot com/ContentManage-new/manuals/Moto/T65xx.pdf
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