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There is a piece inside the mic that is not working. when i turn it on half the time, it is just extremely loud fuzzy feedback.

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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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>Go to Action
>Call Setup
>Next
There you will find an idication tab to view your Signal Quality of Mic...
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And follow the instruction and Finish..

>Check your Jack of MIC(same time your Ear speaker Jack too)
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>Tell the other one to change his mic......

Sometimes other Electronic device may create noise(Speaker and so)


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