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Hello guys, tinkering on a project, can a Motorola nsn6054a speaker hooked up to a crab? Any suggestions, thanks in advance.
 

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Your crustacean needs to provide 12 volts and the squelch line needs to be held high for the speaker to operate. Otherwise they work with just about anything you'd like to hook it up to.
 
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That is quite different. The NSN6054 is a amplified speaker. It was used on the older genesis series MVA (HT600, MT1000, etc). The XTVA is for the newer XTS series and the correct amplified speaker for that model was the HSN1000.

The two speakers are different in design and cannot be interchanged. I guess you could make the older one work but you'd have to put your engineering cap on.
 
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