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Motorola Pm1500 speaker question

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nick223

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I have a department that has a pm1500 remote head set up with an external speaker hooked up for their base radio. They want to be able to hear the radio over the bay speakers and the external speaker attached to the radio. Is there a oem or after market cable with a dual out speaker connections or something else that would work to operate over 2 speakers?
 

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You would need the ACCY cable with the pin for Filtered Audio to connect to the radio.. The Filtered Audio output is not affected by the volume control and is line level.

Do NOT connect to the radio's speaker circuit as the audio amplifier can be damaged.
 
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What cmdrwill said is the best way to do it. I actually was upgrading station alert radios from CDM1250 to APX1500 models earlier today. The (custom built) alert systems pull flat audio off the accessory (which is at line levels) and send it to a Bogden PA system. Don't ask me why the department felt they needed APX1500's to do something that could've been accomplished with a Maxon data radio (receive only application).

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