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Motorola XPR3300e Question

rpfd41

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Hello All,
Quick Question does anyone know if the XPR3300e thru CPS2.0 are you able to turn down the PTT Tone like the old Motorola HT1000 Were you were able to set the PTT tone extremely low as not to let the entire house know you were keying up the Speaker Mike was a great feature for doing those late night interior house checks. Also anyone have a remedy or specific setting for the Speaker Mike on the XPR3300e My Units are coming in Very Bass Sounding not sure what setting would help..
 

alcahuete

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Not sure if it's the same in 2.0, as I don't have it on this computer, but on 16, it's under General Settings -> Alerts -> Volume Offset
Might be called the same thing in 2.0, but I honestly don't remember.
 

EWC_BDN

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Volume offset is correct. I think it's under tones and alerts under general. Right near where you can disable the Talk permit tone and the self test pass tone.
 
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