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P7100ip Provoice volume

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tampabaynews

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Has anyone experienced a huge range of volume between Provoice transmissions?

For example I'll have the volume set at 25 or so. One transmission will come in very faint and the next is so loud it feels like my eardrum is about to rupture.

Is there a feature or a setting in Programmer to take care of this? AGC?
 

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I've had that happen too, with an earwig no less, so it sucks when it gets loud. It seems to just be a waveform that's really sensitive to physical input volume, because the people I hear REALLY loud are naturally pretty noisy guys, and vice versa with the quiet ones.
 

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Par for the course for ProVoice. But I also note that the voice quality in ProVoice tends to get your attention. It usually has no background noise and averages louder than analog voice, so the message gets through.

It does need better level control, but actually I think a bigger problem is people who don't speak into the microphone at an appropriate volume level.

Whispers don't work. Neither does yelling at the microphone in the hopes that the signal will carry farther.
 
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