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Here are the things I change in my radios.
I thought this was a menu choice, but it is not. To mute or attenuate the band you're not using press function low to turn this mode on or off.

009 Note 1 CON.REC Conversation recording OFF/ ON OFF 79
changed to on
111 new in version 2 of firmware. sets mike sensativity. medium is default. I had previously set these to high which had to be done via the computer program before this.

201 RECALL Memory channel recall method ALL/ CURRENT ALL 34
changed to current
202 Note 3 L.OUT Memory channel lockout OFF/ ON OFF 44
haven't locked anything out yet.
403 Note 2 RPT.MOD Repeater mode CROSS/ A-TX/ B-TX CROSS 81
left this in cross mode.
405 Note 2 RPT.ID Repeater ID registration Up to 6 characters 82
set my call on the one in the house.
406 Note 2 ID.TX Repeater ID transmission OFF/ MORSE/ VOICE OFF 82
changed this to morse in the house
501 BRIGHT Display brightness OFF/ 1 ~ 8 8 62
changed this to 4.
507 PF1 PF1 key programmable function value See reference page FR.BAND 66
508 PF2 PF2 key programmable function value See reference page CTRL 66
509 MIC.PF1 Microphone PF1 key programmable function value See reference
page A/B 66
this is the delta or Dkey, bottom right. changed to enter
510 MIC.PF2 Microphone PF2 key programmable function value See reference
page MR 66
511 MIC.PF3 Microphone PF3 key programmable function value See reference
page VFO 66
changed to vgs for recorder, this is the bravo or b key.
512 MIC.PF4 Microphone PF4 key programmable function value See reference
page CALL (K/ M4 types)
1750 (E types) 66
this is the a or alpha key, changed to voice.
514 SC.RESM Scan resume method TO/ CO/ SEEK TO 43
changed to co for carrier
516 APO Auto Power Off time OFF/ 30/ 60/ 90/ 120/ 180 (minutes) 180 67
521 AUTO.PM Automatic PM entry OFF/ ON ON 41
changed to off in house
This isn't a choice unless you have at least one pm channel defined.

Kenwood TM-V71A Menu Configuration
Menu No. Display Description Setting Values Default Setting Ref. Page
000 BEEP Beep sound OFF/ ON ON 64
001 BP.VOL Beep volume level 1 ~ 7 5 64
002 EXT.SP External speaker output mode MODE 1/ MODE 2 MODE 1 71
003 Note 1 ANN Voice announcement mode OFF/ AUTO/ MANUAL AUTO 75
004 Note 1 ANN.LNG Voice announcement language ENG/ JPN ENG 77
006 Note 1 ANN.SPD Voice announcement speed 0 ~ 4 1 77
007 Note 1 PLAY.BK Recording playback repeat OFF/ ON OFF 80
008 Note 1 P.BK.INT Playback repeat interval time 0 ~ 60 (seconds) 10 80
009 Note 1 CON.REC Conversation recording OFF/ ON OFF 79
100 PRG.VFO Programmable VFO setup Varies with the selected frequency band
64
101 STEP Step frequency Varies with the selected frequency band 65
102 MODLAT Modulation/demodulation mode Varies with the selected frequency
band 69
103 VHF.AIP VHF band AIP OFF/ ON OFF 68
104 UHF.AIP UHF band AIP OFF/ ON OFF 68
105 S.SQL S-meter squelch OFF/ ON OFF 68
106 S.SQ.HNG S-meter squelch hangup time OFF/ 125/ 250/ 500 (ms) OFF 68
107 MUT.HNG Mute hangup time setup OFF/ 125/ 250/ 500/ 750/ 1000 (ms) OFF
70
108 B.SHIFT Beat shift OFF/ ON OFF 69
109 TOT Time-out timer 3/ 5/ 10 (minutes) 10 70
110 Note 2 WX.ALT Weather alert OFF/ ON OFF 73
200 Note 3 M.NAME Memory name setup Up to 6 characters 35
201 RECALL Memory channel recall method ALL/ CURRENT ALL 34
202 Note 3 L.OUT Memory channel lockout OFF/ ON OFF 44
203 GR.LINK Memory group link registration Up to 10 digits (0 ~ 9) 45
204 ELK.MEM EchoLink memory setting Up to 8 digits for DTMF code 59
205 ELK.SPD EchoLink memory transmission speed FAST/ SLOW FAST 60
300 DT.HOLD DTMF transmission hold OFF/ ON OFF 55
301 DT.MEM DTMF memory Up to 16 cdigits for DTMF code 56
302 DT.SPD DTMF memory transmission speed FAST/ SLOW FAST 57
303 DT.PAUS DTMF pause code time 100/ 250/ 500/ 750/ 1000/ 1500/ 2000 (ms)
500 58
304 DT.LOCK DTMF key lock OFF/ ON OFF 58
400 OFFSET Offset frequency See reference page 27
401 Note 4 ARO Auto Repeater Offset OFF/ ON ON 29
402 1750.HD Transmission hold when transmitting a 1750 Hz tone OFF/ ON OFF
30
403 Note 2 RPT.MOD Repeater mode CROSS/ A-TX/ B-TX CROSS 81
404 Note 2 RPT.HLD Repeater transmission hold ON/ OFF OFF 82
405 Note 2 RPT.ID Repeater ID registration Up to 6 characters 82
406 Note 2 ID.TX Repeater ID transmission OFF/ MORSE/ VOICE OFF 82
500 P.ON.MSG Power on message setup Up to 6 characters HELLO 62
501 BRIGHT Display brightness OFF/ 1 ~ 8 8 62
502 AUTO.BR Display auto brightness OFF/ ON OFF 62
503 COLOR Backlight color AMBER/ GREEN AMBER 63
507 PF1 PF1 key programmable function value See reference page FR.BAND 66
508 PF2 PF2 key programmable function value See reference page CTRL 66
509 MIC.PF1 Microphone PF1 key programmable function value See reference
page A/B 66
510 MIC.PF2 Microphone PF2 key programmable function value See reference
page MR 66
511 MIC.PF3 Microphone PF3 key programmable function value See reference
page VFO 66
512 MIC.PF4 Microphone PF4 key programmable function value See reference
page CALL (K/ M4 types)
1750 (E types) 66
513 MIC.LCK Microphone key lock OFF/ ON OFF 63
514 SC.RESM Scan resume method TO/ CO/ SEEK TO 43
516 APO Auto Power Off time OFF/ 30/ 60/ 90/ 120/ 180 (minutes) 180 67
517 DAT.BND Data Band mode A/ B/ ATX.BRX/ ARX.BTX A 83
518 DAT.SPD Data communications speed 1200/ 9600 (bps) 1200 83
519 PC .SPD PC terminal baud rate speed 9600/ 19200/ 38400/ 57600 (bps)
9600 84
520 SQC.SRC SQC output type OFF/ BUSY/ SQL/ TX/ BUSY.TX/ SQL.TX BUSY.TX 84

521 AUTO.PM Automatic PM entry OFF/ ON ON 41
522 Note 2 REM.ID Personal Identificaton Number 000 ~ 999 000 85
523 Note 2 ANS.BK Answer back OFF/ ON ON 85
527 DP.BAR Display partition bar OFF/ ON ON 72
998 PASSWD Power on password OFF/ ON OFF 74
999 RESET Reset VFO/ PART/ PM/ FULL VFO 88


Note 1: Menu numbers 03 thru 09 are available only when the optional VGS-1 unit
is installed in the transceiver.
Note 2:Menu numbers 110, 403 thru 406, 522, and 523 are available only for K
type models.
Note 3:Menu numbers 200 and 202 are available only if a Memory Channel has been
stored in the transceiver.
Note 4:Menu number 401 is available only for K and E type models

Menu Access
1 Press [F], Tuning control to access the Menu.
The Menu name and number appears on the display.
2 Rotate the Tuning control to select your desired Menu.
3 Press the Tuning control to set up the current Menu.
4 Rotate the Tuning control to select your desired value for the selected Menu.
5 Press the Tuning control to set the selected value.
6 Repeat steps 2 to 5 to set up additional Menus.
Press [F] (ESC) at any time to exit Menu mode.
Press [TONE] (BACK) at any time to cancel the Menu setup and return to the
Menu selection


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