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Get feedback during transmit over the audio. Rec. is OK. Tried it with the other unit several miles away and still has the squeal overriding the audio so bad that it is unintelligible.

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Does your radio have "talkback"? If so, turn it off or use a non-amplified mic!
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Hi, my name is John. Try using a different mike on it. Make sure it is one wired for it. Sounds like it is in the mike area...let me know how it goes.hope this was helpful.Rate this solution on the four thumbs-up.........John

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