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When using the mic., It will want to change channels at the receiver from A to B. And when it does do this , it makes a poping noise through our main speakers. What could be causeing this and or the solution to solving this problem

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Hi,

The switching from A to B means that the receiver is searching for the strongest signal.
They call it diversity reception.
The popping noise could be the level of the squelch, maybe you can in- or decrease it.
Just an option, worth giving it a try.

Regards Gerard

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