Re: Zumo and Autocom question
To explain my setup, I used the BT adapter and the audio cable. This allows me to make and receive phone calls at a higher priority than other audio. It also adds a fair amount of expense to the system.
The problem you can run into is that if the phone is not on a separate port on the autocom, you need to disable the priority since everything will have the same priority (the zumo will handle the priorities). If you don't disable it (the autocom manual tells you how), when you talk into the mic, it will reduce the volume of the audio, which means the person you're talking to will be 1/2 muted. Maybe not a bad thing all the time.
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