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You can. Just wire a switch in between the resistor, and the solder point.

Posted on Oct 07, 2010

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    Wait, I am sorry, I didn't realize the radio you were using. There is but I do not know it for connex.

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How to turn off talk back setting


To turn off TalkBack, follow these steps:
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  3. In the Stop Talkback dialog, select OK.

See link below

https://support.google.com/accessibility/android/answer/6007123?hl=en

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How to get talkback turned off


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To turn off TalkBack, follow these steps:
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How do I put talkback into a Dx33?


it can be done but it is a long process . check out www.cbtricks.com they have the information you need about talk back . if what they have isn't what you want you may have to google it for the information you want.

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How do i get out out of talkback mode ?


depending on the radio yours could be the easy one. Take the top solder side cover off . look at the external speaker output and the PA out put area . If there is a resistor soldered across the outputs remove it and no more talkback.

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My radio squeals with echo when my amps on


adjust your talkback to just open then set your echo to where you want it. Now turn your amp on and re-adjust both the talkback and the echo . If you have a speaker nearby the radio may be feeding back through it so move it away from your radio . Now start talking with the mic and adjust your echo because you should be able to hear yourself talk through your talkback.

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No talkback


Remove D80 to achieve talkback, or put on switch. - www.killercatradio.com

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Want to get talkback in a cobra 29


When you key up the mic ungrounds the speaker so you don't hear anything through it, so to get talkback you're putting a 100 ohm 1, or 2 watt resistor between the switched side of the speaker and ground, now when unkeyed the mic grounds the speaker as usual, but when you key the resistor allows a bit of audio from the audio amplifier, not decoded RF, to still get through. I think the pa/ext spkr. jacks are a convenient place to connect it. You may decide to control talkback by running the circut thru a switch like brite / dim switch . Want less talkback, use more resistance, 150 ohm . Too much talkback can become feedback . I hope this helps, J

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Hi, I have a connex 4600 turbo and I have a problem with the talkback on/off switch wiring. Can you tell me were the white wire attaches to from the switch? Thanks


The white wire coming from the Talkback switch goes to The middle of TR30. This location is towrd the back of the radio on the right hand side by the transformer with the radio facing at you!!

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I want talkback on my cobra 29ltd classic radio how do i do this myself


Open the case on your radio. Solder a 100 ohm resistor between the pa jack and ext speaker jack. You can add a switch if you like to turn it on and off. The lower the resistance, the louder the talkback.

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Talkback on a cobra 200 gtl dx


This procedure is not as simple as just cutting a wire. Note that you can possibly mess your radio up if any maintenace is not done properly. I do suggest taking your radio to a proffesional to have the talkback removed, but, if you really want to do it yourself, go to ghe following link and basically reverse what has been done.

http://www.cbtricks.com/radios/cobra/150gtl_dx/tsb/cobra_200gtl_dx_tsb_10041.pdf

This is the service bulletin for the addition of talkback to the Cobra 150GTL DX and the Cobra 200GTL DX.

As long as the talkback was added correctly, this can be put back origional.

If this does or does not help, please reply on here or email me at rollincbmods@yahoo.com. I look forward to hearing from you.

Dean
Rollin CBs
Mt. Vernon, TX

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