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Speaker Mic for MD-380

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Hi there,

Any recommendations for a good speaker mic that works with the MD-380 (while using the whip antenna)? I've tried 2 so far from HRO (PRYME SPM-2101 & Kenwood SMC-32), and both exhibited Motorboating, apparently due to the lack of a capacitor. I'm thinking about getting the TYT Speaker Mic from Amazon, does anyone know if it properly filters out the digital noise? Any suggestions would be appreciated. Thanks...

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I got 2 from Ebay.

Pls note there is NO WAY to screw it on the Radio!!!
 

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So I got my Radio Pouch today. Does the Mic is Water-tide in every direction?
I would use it upside down because the Pouch is on the Back of my Backpack and goes over my Shoulder.
 

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The mic I linked is water sealed with o-rings, and orientation doesn't matter. If that is the one you got, you're OK.
 

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I got the BTECH from Ebay because the include tax and import fee.
 
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