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Need help finding something in Spectra RSS

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Josh380

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I know it's gotta be somewhere in there, but so tired of digging though the sea of screens.

I'm looking for the part that turns on/off the on hook PL (defeat, I think)..you know, how the radio goes open tone when the mic is off the hook. I need to turn it off.

Anyone know where that option is in the RSS?
 

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I believe in the Astro25 CPS it is under radio wide settings. I'm sorry but I am not very familiar with spectras. But if there is some kind of radio wide menu I would start there. Sorry I can't be of more help with this one.

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Yeah I'm no good with old do RSS sorry. But I am sure somebody who is will come along and see this. I know it's as simple as just turning the feature off but I'm not sure where it's located in the RSS. Best of luck with it.

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Maybe I should clarify, this is not an astro spectra, just spectra. I think we're getting closer though..haven't seen anything similar to that.
 

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I think HUB Switch is what you want to disable. I can look tomorrow and advise.
 

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Don't worry about it. Thank you. I'll give it a try and see if that does the trick. Makes sense because i've seen a wire marked HUB on a maxtrac mic..now I know what it is.
 

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HUB, as in the hang-up box of old. I've seen them refer to it as HUB or hook in different software packages but fortunately no other variation.
 
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