Horrible audio

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Re: Horrible audio

Post by mrtractor » Tue Dec 03, 2019 4:30 am

I ran autoCal again twice each time it came up at 200 HZ applied that value with no change in receive audio. So done manually in 50 hz steps from 50 to 500 plus and minus with no change in receive audio, with all settings receive audio is still garbled and broken up. Maybe I am not doing this correctly?

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Re: Horrible audio

Post by HA2NON » Tue Dec 03, 2019 7:49 am

As I wrote earlier, the RX offset only changes the OS2's receive frequency, the transmit frequency stays the same. Do you only perform all tests using the OS2's built-in local echo service on DMR ID 9999 to rule out all networking issues?
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Re: Horrible audio

Post by mrtractor » Tue Dec 03, 2019 3:39 pm

Norbert I have rerun autoCal twice again each time it chose 200HZ I clicked save, but it did not help receive audio was still totally unreadable. I manually input from 0 to the maximum of 500HZ plus and minus in 50HZ steps with no improvement. MORE HELP hi hi

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Re: Horrible audio

Post by HA2NON » Tue Dec 03, 2019 3:48 pm

You don't have to adjust RX offset or run AutoCal, as I wrote earlier, it only matters if the OS2 is receiving your transceiver poorly, but now this is not the case. Your issue is with the audio you hear on your transceiver.

Do you only perform all tests using the OS2's built-in local echo service on DMR ID 9999 to rule out all networking issues?
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Re: Horrible audio

Post by n6cid » Sat Dec 07, 2019 11:02 am

What freq is your OS2 set for with your DMR radio?

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