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Ht1000 When I turn on the radio, I am getting noise that sounds like someone is keying their mic on another radio. Is there any way to fix or adjust this. I cannot find my user's manual and do not want to have to send it in to be repaired.

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Where can I find a new replacement modulation transformer for a cobra 29 ltd classic?

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I have cobra cb that is connect to 2 whip antennas in the box of my pickup, and everytime i talk to someone they say im really fuzzy and cant understand me and i cant figure out the problem

First, determine if the sound is related to audio - or signal.

Have someone listen to your AM radio transmission nearby. With an un-modulated carrier, the signal should sound clear. If there is noise on the signal, try with a different mic. If no mic is available, key up the radio by shorting the PTT pins on the jack on the radio itself (this will remove the mic element from the circuit - effectively disabling any audio noise entering from the mic cable or element. If the noise disappears or is significantly reduced, the problem lies with the mic, cable or connections at the mic plug or the inside the hand help portion.

If there is no problem in the above test - then the trouble can be a result of the signal. Signal issues are more pronounced when there is more space between your transmitter and the other person's receiver. If they are close to each other, it will be difficult to hear problems. Things that can affect signal quality - and noise can be: 1) vehicle electrical systems. See if there is a noticeable difference with your signal compared when transmitting with the engine on and engine off. Fuel pumps can be a source of noise, as can ignition noise, alternator whine, etc. A "choke input" filter or a large value microfarad capacitor rated at more than 15 VDC installed between + and - wires can help mitigate these noise sources - but it is unlikely that either will eliminate it. 2) power wiring. Always get power directly from the battery. This is the cleanest source of power available in the truck. You can interrupt the 12+ line with a relay that is controlled by the accessory terminal if you want the radio to shut off when the ignition key is removed it you wish - but resist the urge to use the accessory terminal to power the radio directly. 3) Antenna issues. Dual antenna installations require 75 ohm coaxial cable (co-phase harness) to perform properly. These can be as simple as pinched coaxial cables to improperly tuned antennas. Damaged cables need to be replaced. High quality, low loss, 75 ohm coaxial cable is required for the demands placed on it in mobile situations. Tuning for the lowest SWR or VSWR is a necessity from effective power transfer from the radio and antenna coax to the radiator or antenna. A detailed description of how to can be found here. Be sure to keep in mind the last sentence in the article regarding co-phased antennas: Adjust BOTH antennas to keep them in balance.

Hopefully, one or more of these suggestions will help solve or reduce the problem you've got. Good luck!

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I have a HT1000 with a remote shoulder mic and a attached 3.5 listen only ear piece. How do I adjust down the volume of the identifier alert tone when I key up the mic. The volume control works for general...

In the programming software their is a field that allows you to either turn off the alert tones or make them lower then your volume level. Most of the time if any of my customers are using a ear bud or headset I turn off all of of the "beeps". Michael

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I have a uniden grant and i have wired a galaxy power desk mic with rogger beep when ever i key it up it squeals was wondering is there a way to fix that

yeah your mic gain is way too high. You can either turn off talk back if you can, or turn the gain down. Depending on how loud the talk back is, your audio may suffer. If that is the case, you will not be able to run that mic. Get an RK-56 or a Skythumper mic. They are noise canceling. You will get no squeal with that mic, and it will sound awesome.

If you really want a roger beep, take it to a tech and them install one.

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RF gain should be all the way up. Turn the squelch all the way down. Turn the ANL/NB to just ANL.

Turn the dynamic up at least 3/4.

Once you have confirm you can receive and transmit, then you can turn up the squelch up until white noise just stops.

Make sure you are on 19 by the highway. Key up and say break break one nine, can some one give me a radio check please.

you should get a response.

Your RF gain is how much you receive. the higher it is the more you receive. In normal operation there is no need for it ever to be less the all the way on.

Squelch is just to knock out fuzz, and if you only want to hear people close not far. A little less then half way is a basic setting.

the ANL switch is the automatic noise limiter. if you have interference from your vehicle, like engine noise, turning this on will quiet that. If it is extreme engine noise then switch it to NB, noise blanker. It is just a more intense setting.

your dynamic is how loud your audio is. if its low or all the way down, you will not transmit audio loud enough for people to hear. If its a stock radio and has not been tuned, if you turn it all the way up, that is fine.

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I have a motorola mts2000 and it just started having sound come from both the earpiece and the mic. I have tried several different commports and mics and it still has not fixed the problem.


Try this,

Remove the battery, let the radio sit for about 5 minutes. Replace the battery WITH the mic attatched to the radio and turn the radio on.
Hope this helps, Bill,

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Cobra 19 DX IV out of frequency

I would definitely take it back for a re check. If the radio took a good bump perhaps it can cause it to drift off frequency. Turning the channel while holding his mic keyed does nothing but just throws a dead carrier. No value what soever. RF Gain is just to improve his reception by either lowering or raising the sensitivity of the receiver of the radio. Squelch is to silence the hissing sound you hear when no one is talking. Care must be taken to not to adjust too much or you wont hear anybody. It wont help his transmit audio at all. Recommend you get another Radio Check from someone else. He could be pulling your leg saying you don't sound good. Best regards and hope this helps some......................John.

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Troubleshooting ideas:
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2) Check the RSM's mic area for dirt/debris or something covering the hole. It is usually in the lower corner of the grill area of the mic.
3) Try someone else's RSM on your radio and see if the problem is still there.
4) Check your battery. An old or defective battery will cause transmit issues. Try a known-good battery from another radio to see.
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