The Anytone AT-D868UV is equipped with a good quality loudspeaker, its high power of 1 Watt allows it to be heard even in a noisy environment. Of course, when you push the level, the sound saturations are present. Using the programming software, you can independently set the maximum speaker and headphone output levels. So you can make sure you avoid saturations, and make yourself deaf under your helmet.
I made 3 audio recordings of the restitution of the talky walky, taken directly from the headphone sockets of each of the transceiver:
- Recording of Anytone AT-D868UV with Enhanced Audio to OFF and Mic Level 4/5
- Recording of Anytone AT-D868UV with Enhanced Audio to ON and Mic Level 4/5
- Recording of RT3 Retevis (MD-380 TYT equivalent) with the TYT-Tools alternative firmware and microphone set to +3dB
The AnyTone recordings let you hear a whistle of at least 7000 Hz that is absolutely not heard with the loudspeaker. So don’t consider this whistle, maybe my capture setup is not suitable.
On the spectrum, the 3 curves represent the record responses. It can be seen that the low and mid frequencies are more present for the Anytone transceiver when the Enhanced Audio parameter is Off (Blue curve).