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Are you talking between the two radios and it is muffled, or is it when you are listen to something else?

Could be set to wide deviation and trying to listen to narrow channels.
 

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Check the programming and see if the channels are set to "narrow" or "wide". All your stuff needs to match. Sounds sort of like you are listening to narrow band signals with the radio set to wide band.
 

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I have one with the same problem. It does it on both Rx and Tx, other radios hear it. Sounds like no treble in the audio. It's not in the programming, sounds more like a bad part in the amp circuit common to the Tx/Rx circuits.
 
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