eDispatches provides a computer called a detector as well as an analog or digital scanner. You may consider connecting the eDispatches equipment (detector) directly to your own console or audio source. In many cases, using your own audio source will improve audio quality and may even improve reliability depending on your radio system.
Connecting the eDispatches Detector directly to a console:
You need to supply the audio directly to the eDispatches detector. The audio input on the detector is a 3.5mm aux port, if your console has an audio output you can try connecting the audio cable directly to your console's audio output and into the eDispatches detector.
A stereo cable (2 channel) audio cable is usually provided with the eDispatches equipment but many console connections only support (1 channel) which will require use of a mono cable. You can check what type of cable you have by looking at the tip of the cable.
Your console or audio source may not support a connector as shown above. If you are using a mobile radio on a power supply, that radio may have a pinout that can be used. Various types of pinout setups include but are not limited to: 10, 16, 20 or 26 pins. Depending on the model/brand of the radio, you may have the option for "flat audio out". This is the ideal radio source in these circumstances for constant audio.
Contact whoever manages your communications systems for assistance on which connection type will work using your own audio equipment.