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Galaxy DX95T2 help

Post by badfastbusa » Monday, 19 December 2016, 8:11 AM

Took DX95T2 to a radio Tech which is 2hrs away from me to have it looked over and have a couple of problems addressed and he took care of all of the issues I was having, including the talkback being so loud even with the switch on low that it would feed back through the 636 astatic mic, he turned the talkback down and it was perfect in the shop, but now that it's in the truck, it is to quiet even on high. Could someone tell me which pot to adjust to turn the volume for it back up just a touch?




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Re: Galaxy DX95T2 help

Post by jessejamesdallas » Monday, 19 December 2016, 8:38 AM

Not sure there is one on that radio...tech probably just added a resistor.


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Re: Galaxy DX95T2 help

Post by sonoma » Monday, 19 December 2016, 8:53 AM

just call him and ask what he did to lower the talk back. he would know and may tell you.



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Re: Galaxy DX95T2 help

Post by MDYoungblood » Monday, 19 December 2016, 9:02 AM

That is exactly what he did, the only way to increase it's volume now would be to change the value of the resistor. It would be located on the solder side of the board at the audio section, probably a 470K 1/8w resistor, replace it with a 380K or lower but dropping the resistance too low will just put you back to where you had the problem in the first place.

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Re: Galaxy DX95T2 help

Post by badfastbusa » Monday, 19 December 2016, 19:48 PM

I appreciate your help fellas. I'll give him a ring.




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Re: Galaxy DX95T2 help

Post by 295 antenna » Monday, 19 December 2016, 19:56 PM

maybe you could install a potentiometer in place of the risister . my 959 has one right in the front


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