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Author Topic: How Does Your Transmit Audio Sound?  (Read 1822 times)
K9RUF
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« on: January 22, 2013, 10:48:16 PM »

Hi Everyone,

I have a ICOM ID-31 That I've been using exclusively for Dstar.  However at the last hamfest I attended I brought it along to keep up with my bargain shopping buddies who were all on UHF analog. They all reported to me that my audio was muddy sounding and hard to understand.  I checked it out when I got home and compared it to my Kenwood HT and that radio did sound a lot clearer than my ID-31.  So just wondering if anyone out there that has ID-31 could check how their audio sounds on analog and report back.  I looked in the radio menus and couldn't find adjustments on the analog side like there is on the digital side to contour the transmit audio.  Finally as a test to see if it was the built in mike of the HT I connected up the ICOM speaker mike and that mike sounded just as bad on analog too. I never checked this out before since I've only used this HT for digital with Dstar and I've received great reports.

Any help would be appreciated.

73,
Dave
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K9RUF
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« Reply #1 on: March 08, 2013, 08:41:05 AM »

Well I learned that if I transmit on narrow FM, the middle left button, not only am I heard better but everyone else sounds better that I'm listening too as well.
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