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Old 05-09-2017, 8:43 AM
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Default PD982 Hiss when volume at 0

I use my PD982 at the office to monitor local repeater traffic and have to turn the volume all the way down all the way down sometimes when I get a phone call or I'm trying to talk to a co-worker. I've noticed that the even though I have set the CPS software Min Volume setting to Off that there is still a very noticeable hiss emitting from the radio. Does anyone know of a way to turn this off on the radio?
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Do you have the latest firmware installed? 8.00.06.007 is the latest. I've see a discussion on this, might be in this forum so search back a bit. I've sold 1 PD982 but I didn't get a chance to even look at it before it went out. I have a PD782 but it does not have that issue.

Are you using the "always treble boost" or "LQO"? There is also digital and analog noise suppression defaulted on, you might try checking those off. I would figure these would only apply to RX but help text says RX and TX...go figure. The hiss is probably something to do with the DSP engine in the radio and some setting jacked up way too high.
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Do you have the latest firmware installed? 8.00.06.007 is the latest. I've see a discussion on this, might be in this forum so search back a bit. I've sold 1 PD982 but I didn't get a chance to even look at it before it went out. I have a PD782 but it does not have that issue.

Are you using the "always treble boost" or "LQO"? There is also digital and analog noise suppression defaulted on, you might try checking those off. I would figure these would only apply to RX but help text says RX and TX...go figure. The hiss is probably something to do with the DSP engine in the radio and some setting jacked up way too high.


I don't have the always treble boost on. I'll try these settings and see what I can come up with. The firmware I have it 8.01.02.003 not sure if this is newer than 8.00.06.007? Thanks for the info!!!


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I don't have the always treble boost on. I'll try these settings and see what I can come up with. The firmware I have it 8.01.02.003 not sure if this is newer than 8.00.06.007? Thanks for the info!!!


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OK, you have the very latest then. I just got that version from Hytera 2 days ago to address a new XPT site I am building. Thought it was still available only to dealers but maybe not. Wish I had a 982 radio to test with. I'd go through ALL of the RX gains I could find to see if anything would change with adjustment. Just make sure you save the CP as you have it now so you can easily go back.....
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Do you have the latest firmware installed? 8.00.06.007 is the latest. I've see a discussion on this, might be in this forum so search back a bit. I've sold 1 PD982 but I didn't get a chance to even look at it before it went out. I have a PD782 but it does not have that issue.

Are you using the "always treble boost" or "LQO"? There is also digital and analog noise suppression defaulted on, you might try checking those off. I would figure these would only apply to RX but help text says RX and TX...go figure. The hiss is probably something to do with the DSP engine in the radio and some setting jacked up way too high.
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I mentioned this thread to my friend who works at Hytera. He tells me this hiss is normal. It's just how they work.
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I mentioned this thread to my friend who works at Hytera. He tells me this hiss is normal. It's just how they work.
I own some PD982 radios and they all behave like that. The audio is LOUD when you crank the volume up. No problem hearing the radio in loud environments. I recall the audio output is spec'd at 2.5W (rated @ 5% distortion?). That's a LOT of output from a handheld radio. That also means the audio amp stage(s) have high gain. What you are hearing is the analog audio noise floor when the volume is at 0.

It's normal with a PD982.

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