I don't know what feed you're talking about so I can't listen to it to diagnose it.hi i am still trying to figure it out this is all new to me and 1st time i tried my scanner on this site i dont know why there is a hum noise
That's a good way to do it. If you want to eliminate the delay then listen to the local speakers on the feed computer as a rough guide.You have great advise here that should help to resolve the problem for you. I would add that you need to turn the mic or line in volume all the way down (based on which one you are connected to). Do the same on your scanner. Open the mic or line in volume just a bit and do the same on your scanner. From there, listen to your feed and slowly adjust the volume until it sounds clean. Remember, there is a small delay, so you need to give the feed time to broadcast your adjustment. Do this with your squelch open, so you have noise to listen to. It takes very little volume to have a clean, good sounding feed.