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Danjamuk

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Hi all, I’m have trouble with the audio quality via earpieces, the digital audio is not clear distorted and muffled but without the earpiece the digital audio is perfect. Any tips would be grateful
 
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Have you used the earpieces on a different radio or device to see if they are distorted? It's hard to produce quality audio from tiny devices. Impedance mismatches can cause this too. There is an External Tone Max Gain setting under common / UI, that might have some affect.
 

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Hi and thank you for taking the trouble in replying to me. I agree that the small hytera acoustic earpiece speaker is no ideal. With the radio in analog the audio is much better via the earpiece surprisingly. If anything the distortion appears to be more the bass in males tone even if I engage the tone boost it seems the the low bass in the voice contributes to the muffled audio. The inbuilt speaker on the radio is very clear but also seems to favour a woman’s voice. Have ordered a couple of different sorts of earpieces to see if there is any difference. I will look into the tone settings you mentioned.
Thank you for your time.
 
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