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ACC-3.5-RCA will key the FLEX 6600 with NO Maestro

James Kennedy-WU5E
James Kennedy-WU5E Member ✭✭
edited August 2020 in SmartSDR for Windows
I'm have the hardest time finding making a Headset work with a FLEX 6600 NO Maestro I plug them in it keys and no audio goes out and yes I have set MIC from BAL to MIC , Now I see a new cable from FLEX the ACC-3.5-RCA will this work. the current headset I have is the RadioSport RS-60 and the HEIL Pro-7 

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  • K0FLY
    K0FLY Gayle-K0FLY Member ✭✭✭
    edited April 2020
    Jim:

    This doesn't answer your question about the accessory cable,  I'm describing my Heli pro 7 set up .

    The standard PRO 7 cable comes with a Mono 3.5 mm plug (Tip Sleeve) for the MIC and a 3.5 mm stereo plug (Tip, Ring,Sleeve) for the headphone audio .   I plug the mono plug in to the MIC connector and the stereo plug into the head phone audio.  Both mic and headphone audio work great.  Are you sure that you don't have the two plug interchanged at the rear of the radio?  I am very proficient at plugging the right thing into the wrong place.

    The 6400/6600 does not have PTT connection on the MIC jack ( SEE page 27 of the 6400/6600 hardware manual).   I have a foot switch connected to the PTT input ( RCA jack on rear of the radio) to key the radio.  IF you use VOX don't need the PTT input.

    I also have a Behringer MIC connected to the Balanced input and use profiles to switch between the headset and the mic.

    Hope this helps and you get the radio going. 

    Gayle K0FLY



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