Thanks Jim. I did not want to turn the speakers on with the headset just route the ID speaker audio to the Headset and the ID speaker at the same time.
Thanks for the reply.
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "w8zr_santa_fe" <4cx250b@...> wrote:
> Hi Paul,
> It would be easy to rewire the headphone jacks so that the speakers do not turn off when headphones are inserted. However, it would not be so easy to feed the ID timer and other tones into the headphones. Those tones are routed to the internal speaker in the SP-II and are completely independent of the receiver audio circuits. It could be done, of course, but would involve building some peripheral circuitry. In my opinion, the mod wouldn't bring enough benefit to warrant the effort.
> Jim W8ZR
> --- In email@example.com, "w4pgm" <mreasy_2000@> wrote:
> > Has anyone thought of putting the speaker audio through the headset jacks for those of us that wear headsets most of the time? Not defeat the speaker, but just send the ID timer and other tones to the headset at the same time.
> > I have not looked at the schematic for this mod yet. Just looking for thought and to see if anyone else has thought about his or actually succeeded.
> > Paul
> > W4PGm