Volume Regulator Does Work !

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In a previous post I reported that the TV Volume Regulator didn't work to well with my Pro-95 scanner, very low audio output.

Over the weekend I dug up the instruction sheet for my Naval HTS-3 amplified speaker and found a gain adjustment pot inside the battery compartment. Made an adjustment and it works fine now, nice and loud! Dispatcher and mobiles are the same volume level.
 

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Hi Curt and all,

That's interesting, I'm one of many who have been looking for a cheap and dirty way of leveling the audio, that is without going through the hassle of building an AGC circuit that may or may not work properly with a scanner. Perhaps you can give us more information on that speaker, most imprtantly where to get one since a search of the Internet turned up nothing useful at least on the first try.

A PM or e-mail would be useful since I have a bad habit of forgetting where I've been. (;->)
 
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The speaker is a Naval Ht Audio Booster, model HTS-3.

There are two for sale on Ebay right now.

The TV Volume Regulator is a Terk VR-1 made by Audiovox. I got mine from Heartland America but they can also be found on Ebay and elsewhere on the internet.
 
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