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Mototrbo RX Audio Leveling - XPR5550

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Mikek

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Anyone know if HKVN4492A (RX Audio Leveling) is compatible with the XPR5550 running the latest FW? I see mixed info online. Thank you!
 

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I wasn't sure if it would work with Gen 2 mobiles either, since the documentation only mentions the portables. However, it works just fine, as mentioned above.
How you like it on the 5550? Any difference with it? I have it on my 7550 but I haven't gotten the chance to try it out.
 

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I've got it installed on 3 radios. A 3500e, 7550, and 5550. It works great on all 3. I really notice it on the 5550 in the truck. I no longer constantly fiddle with the volume when certain folks are talking.
 

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Received an activated today - let's see if this makes HAM DMR tolerable! :)
Thanks all for the assist!
 
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