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Feeding Two Tone Detect with M1225

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truckie27

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I'm needing some help with a radius m1225. I'm trying to feed my audio out into two tone detect to capture the dispatches for our fire Dept. However I'm not getting any audio into my TTD. I have the pin out cable with pins 15 and 16 together and pins 9 and 11 going into my audio cable... But when traffic is transmitted nothing is heard on the PC. Any thoughts?

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I'm needing some help with a radius m1225. I'm trying to feed my audio out into two tone detect to capture the dispatches for our fire Dept. However I'm not getting any audio into my TTD. I have the pin out cable with pins 15 and 16 together and pins 9 and 11 going into my audio cable... But when traffic is transmitted nothing is heard on the PC. Any thoughts?

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Make sure you use isolation transformers before connecting to pc. Most Moto use a balanced audio system and if it is connected to a ground the magic genie may appear from the bottle. I think pin 9 on that radio is for emergency switch will have to pull manual to be sure. Hope someone with little more knowledge can chime in to help you.

For future refrence you will have better results if you start your own thread instead of hijacking a thread on programming the 1225.

Good Luck
Tim
 

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Make sure you use isolation transformers before connecting to pc. Most Moto use a balanced audio system and if it is connected to a ground the magic genie may appear from the bottle. I think pin 9 on that radio is for emergency switch will have to pull manual to be sure. Hope someone with little more knowledge can chime in to help you.

For future refrence you will have better results if you start your own thread instead of hijacking a thread on programming the 1225.

Good Luck
Tim
Ok.. Thanks for the advice on a new thread.. And I meant pin 7.. Not 9...

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Motorola m1225 audio to two tone detect

I'm needing some help with a radius m1225. I'm trying to feed my audio out into two tone detect to capture the dispatches for our fire Dept. However I'm not getting any audio into my TTD. I have the pin out cable with pins 15 and 16 together and pins 7 and 11 going into my audio cable... But when traffic is transmitted nothing is heard on the PC. Any thoughts?

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Dont connect 15 and 16 together. That is the old Maxtrac / GM300 configuration. Instead use pin 16 as audio high and pin 1 as ground.
 

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I think the last time I had that set up the ignition fuse blew on me but I'll give it a try again.. Might have just been a fluke accident

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