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iTalkie - Wireless Bluetooth PTT Speaker Microphone zello ptt mic
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- FCC Certification (FCCID:2AQT2ZM)
- Qualcomm cVc audio technology
- Battery life: est. min. three consecutive work shifts
- Only Support Android phones ( iOS devices such as iPhone Not supported )
- Does Not work with Two-Way Radios
- Only work with Zello on Android phone
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iTalkie is a bluetooth4.1 device designed for ease of use with Zello on Android (Does Not work with iOS devices (iPhone/iPad/etc.), Does Not work with Two-Way Radios).You need to install iTalkieDaemon APP as a driver to make it work with Zello.
The video tutorial is available at https://youtu.be/oi3AjYY8npA
The iTalkie has the build-in 6th generation of cVc , which brings advanced audio enhancements and noise suppression to us as well as providing packet loss concealment to deliver the best possible call quality.
Please Note that you need to install a driver APP named iTalkieDaemon to get it work with Zello. It is availabe at Google Play Store: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.itsmartreach.iTalkieDaemon
Currently iTalkie only supports Zello APPs on regular Android phones. Please note iTalkie does not work with iPhone or iPad.
This product is certified by FCC (FCCID:2AQT2ZM) .
Regarding there are various Android phones on the market, we recognize that in rare cases there are bluetooth compatibility issues between our device and android phones. So let us know if you encounter any issue or can’t get it to work. We will offer full refund to you if iTalkie can't work with your phone.
Chip： Qualcomm CSR8615
Speech enhancement： 6th generation cVc
Speaker: 40mm / 8 ohm 1.5W
Amplifier: 3W D class
BT profiles： A2DP、HFP、SPP
Standby: > 108 hours
Talk: > 8 hours
Dimension: 62*88*32 mm
Please note there is No earphone jack on the device.Let us know if there is any issue , we will offer full refund or free replacement for you. And you don't need to return the item. Hope this helps.
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So I played with this more today and the TX audio on this is god awful. It sounds like the mic is being over driven and also distorted at the same time. I've tried lowering my gain all the way down to 1% and the audio is still distorted and you can barley hear. I've also tried covering part of the mic and still audio is horrible. If I put the mic out at arms length its not as hot, but it still sounds very distorted.
I've tried it on DVSwitch, Echolink and also its intended Zello all apps resulted in very poor TX audio. The receive audio is actually pretty decent, but that is it.
Cannot recommend for any application, will get returned.
So I'm using this with a Network Radio (IP Radio), its basically a glorified android phone. I was able to install the
daemon software and the PTT paired without any hassle.
I'm not using this for Zello, I'm using for an application called DVSwitch Mobile. It works perfectly fine with that software, receives and transmits fine. I find the audio however to be very lack luster, almost unusable. It seems if you talk to the top of the mic so your voice is going over the mic vs towards the audio clears up a little.
The PTT its self feels about as cheep as it looks in the picture. Belt clip does feel pretty sturdy but the springs for the clip are pretty weak. Volume buttons do work, however the voice announcements work whenever they feel like it. I would say 1 out of 20 times of pushing the volume button I will get "Volume 8 of 15" or something like that. Its pretty long winded, dunno why I need to know the max volume, just tell me the current.
For the price, I don't believe this device is worth it. There are other PTTs out there with better build quality and features. The daemon is the only thing that makes this device unique. Having software that handles the "drivers" for the applications is pretty handy. That said, not 100% sure if this will be a keeper, I will have to continue to see if I can clear up the transmitted audio somehow.
1 - As someone else pointed out, the triangular shaped Up / Down buttons are reversed. The Up pointer shape is Volume Down, and the Down pointer shape is Volume Up (and they even have the minus and plus symbols - Up Shape is labeled Minus, Down Shape is labeled Plus). That is a confusing but minor glitch I could deal with on its own.
2 - Need to install a 2nd app (iTalkieDaemon) to handle the hardware buttons and make available to Zello. Which could be using more CPU and battery. I can't tell for sure other than my phone is very sluggish in the last day since installing everything.
3 - The speaker itself is crazy loud. For me, I don't like that behavior. When only at 1/2 volume, it's room-filling loud.
4 - The biggest issue is the distorted quality of the transmitted audio. When I use the test Echo channel to listen to myself, the sound quality is overdriven and distorted. I have to hold the mic at arm's length to reduce distortion and then it sounds like I am talking into a tin can. I can't get any better sound and I have played with all the Zello settings to try to tweak it. Basically it's just the electronics of the mic which is very "hot." Maybe you might like that, but I think my recorded audio sounds terrible. In addition, every time you release the PTT button there is a loud springy "click" which gets recorded and sent at the end of the transmission.
So in other words every time you talk to someone, this mic sounds overdriven like you right up yelling into the mike, then it will end with a loud click sound at the end of transmit. As a listener, I would not enjoy hearing that and I do not intend to keep this. It sounds worse than the usual Zello audio I hear.