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Audiovox GMRS Question

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Apr 7, 2012
Hilliard, OH
I recently somehow came into the possession of two Audiovox GMRS3000s (one of them unopened) and also two GMRS2000s. I like the 2000s much better (of course) and I have put one of them on the kitchen wall where the phone would normally go. I have a Kenwood UBZ-LH14b sitting atop it for communications.

i am trying to find a speaker/mic for this. The ports take a Midland configuration but I tried plugging one in and it was stuck on transmit. Is the wiring different for Audiovox than for Midland? Or maybe I just have something defective somewhere? I guess what I am asking is if the Midland speaker/mics will work with Audiovox equipment. Does anyone know?

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