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Tytera MD380 Mod for xmit audio

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I dug out an old Tyt-MD380 UHF radio. I'm using it with the original SharkRF Openspot hotspot. I'm surprised at how muffled the xmit audio sounds. I've heard others on the air and they sounded fine. Maybe QA is not very consistent. I seem to have a vague memory of modding the case around where the mic element is. Apparently the manufacture leaves the case with no pinhole access so it may contribute to the poor sound. Anyone remember the mod and can point me at a link describing it? I've been searching a bunch and have found no trace of it.

I suppose if the mod is not feasible I could always pickup a Kenwood OEM speaker/mic and see if it helps.

Thanks
Mike
 
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