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HHCH option for CDM1250??

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Chief625

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I am working on an unmarked installation in a 2017 Impala. I currently have an almost new CDM1250 remote mount kit that I would like to use. I am curious if the HHCH from a convertacom would work when plugged into the radio as opposed to the standard remote head. Space is at a premium in this Impala, and so are funds! Any guidance would be GREATLY appreciated.
 
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p/n PLN7737?

No.

Aside from that, I dont know if a HHCH was available for that radio line.
However, would a visor mic, hidden speaker, and remote PTT switch work? Because thats what I would do in a car like that.
 

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You are out of luck.. The best you can hope for is a remote mount head and hide it in the center console or glove box.
 

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I am working on an unmarked installation in a 2017 Impala. I currently have an almost new CDM1250 remote mount kit that I would like to use. I am curious if the HHCH from a convertacom would work when plugged into the radio as opposed to the standard remote head. Space is at a premium in this Impala, and so are funds! Any guidance would be GREATLY appreciated.
If you use the AARMN4026 DTMF mic, the A B & C buttons can be programmed for things like Home Revert 1 and Home Revert 2. It would be a minimal HHCH, but if a lot of channel changing is not needed, it could work well.

Hide the control head where the driver can access and see it. Use a remote speaker for better audio in the car. And, place the DTMF mic somewhere inconspicuous or hidden from view.

Now it is possible that someone out there has mated up a HHCH with a CDM radio and you may yet hear from them. I've never heard of it in 6 years of studying these radios.

Search tags: The Professional or Waris
Series of radios includes:

HT750 HT1250 HT1550
EX500 EX600 EX560 EX650 PR860
CDM750 CDM1250 CDM1550
HT1250LS+ CDM1550LS+ CDM1550LS

It may be helpful to search using wildcards.
If someone asks a question about one model,
the answer usually pertains to most, if not all.
They are all programmed with HVN9025 CPS.
The last version of the CPS released before the
product line was discontinued is R06.12.09.


If you need a blank codeplug, there is a folder
full of them, one for each possible model
number on your hard drive. The folder is in
the Program Files where your CPS is installed.
It is labelled SAMPLES.
 
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