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Jul 21, 2014
hello there hope you guys may be able to help my work place uses tk3000 as security communication on a set frequency i have purchase 2 kenwood tk3207. Now i have have managed to program them all to the same frequency and all communicate well the all transmit and receive each other which is great.

The only issue im having is at the end of a transmission from tk3000 to tk3207 theres aloud noise (almost like white noise from tv sound SCCCCWERRR) how can i eradicate this pls.

NOTE: there is no noise on the receiving tk3000 when i reply they do come through quite quiet hence i have to turn up volume and that noise scares living **** out of ppl

pls help as im a newbie
Nov 7, 2013
You should verify that both programming is set to narrowband.

Sounds like your squelch needs adjusting on your 3207's.

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