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MTX9250 need realignment ?

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KC2GSP

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A friend of mine has sent me his /\/\ MTX9250 that he recently acquired from fleabay to use on the 902 ham band. Just got done programming it, and tested it with my MTX9250. I've noticed that his tx audio is fine when I'm rx'ing with my unit on simpex however his unit sounds muffled and low with poor sensitivity when rx'ing. To rule out the variable of it possibly being a bad internal speaker, I connected an external speaker mic and would up with the same results. I speculate that the radio is out of alignment as I've checked all the radio wide settings against my own radio. Anyone know if this is common and does anyone know where it can be sent to for realignment ?
 

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Gents,
A friend of mine has sent me his /\/\ MTX9250 that he recently acquired from fleabay to use on the 902 ham band. Just got done programming it, and tested it with my MTX9250. I've noticed that his tx audio is fine when I'm rx'ing with my unit on simpex however his unit sounds muffled and low with poor sensitivity when rx'ing. To rule out the variable of it possibly being a bad internal speaker, I connected an external speaker mic and would up with the same results. I speculate that the radio is out of alignment as I've checked all the radio wide settings against my own radio. Anyone know if this is common and does anyone know where it can be sent to for realignment ?
Just got 2 from fleabay myself. While I am waiting for a friend to check the alignment, they both work perfectly, on 902/927 ham, as well as business freq's. Radios came with 6 trunking channels, & 6 conventional ones. Paid about $60 each, radios only, but I had plenty of accessories to use. Seller was in Missouri. Good luck, as these are great for 902/927, while the MTS2000 can be hit or miss.
 
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