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Re: [BC346XT] Adjust Volume for Weather Alert Tone?

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  • MCH
    I believe there are federal standards for the minimum volume an alert has to be (XXX dB), and the 346 (and all of Uniden s scanners with weather alert) must
    Message 1 of 3 , Jul 12, 2012
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      I believe there are federal standards for the minimum volume an alert
      has to be (XXX dB), and the 346 (and all of Uniden's scanners with
      weather alert) must adhere to those standards. That's why you cannot
      lower the alert volume.

      Joe M.

      David Landrum wrote:
      > Hello,
      >
      > No. The WX Tone volume cannot be adjusted. There are good reasons why the WX Alert is loud. Yes, it has scared me a few times but that's the point. You want to be alerted to dangerous WX.
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      > 73
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      > Dave L.
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      > Sent from an Apple iGadget.
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      > On Jul 12, 2012, at 6:32, "distinctimaging" <registrations@...> wrote:
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      >> On the BC346XT, is there any way to adjust the volume for the weather alert tone (siren)? I've gone through the manual and even a few online guides and can't find anything that works.
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      >> I've been keeping my radio on in weather alert mode with a few major storm systems coming through the area.
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      >> The volume adjusts the actual broadcast, but the alert tone is unbelievably loud. I'd rather have it down a bit instead of scaring the 'poop' out of me every time the alerts come through, especially in the middle of the night. It's louder than our smoke alarms ;-)
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      >> Thanks in advance!!
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