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Old 05-17-2018, 6:31 AM
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Originally Posted by Anderegg View Post
I can attest that the 436/536, next to a Whistler or Motorola, will have an audio processing delay factor equivalent to placing two identical radios, one at a distance of 20 feet away. When trying to listen to 6-7 receivers at once, the added delay puts a real strain on the mental processes responsible for discerning information from the voice, which can be an issue.
If you have 6-7 receivers all listening to the same transmission, you're always going to have variations in the timing of audio output even if they are all the same brand and model, due to buffering, and where the CPU happens to be in the processing loop when the transmission starts being received.

The real question is why do you have 6-7 radios listening to the same channel?
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