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Old 07-03-2006, 9:21 PM
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a friend of mine has a scanner that is an early 90's model. it is a Trident TR-2400. not only my friend, but i have not found any information whatsoever on this piece of equipment. does anyone know any information about this radio?
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Old 07-03-2006, 9:35 PM
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a friend of mine has a scanner that is an early 90's model. it is a Trident TR-2400. not only my friend, but i have not found any information whatsoever on this piece of equipment. does anyone know any information about this radio?
Hi 18-3box,

Yup it was popular in Europe, and Camnis (European scanner maker) made a clone called the HSC-050. To this day I am not sure who is the actual manufacturer, and who is the knockoff. Almost all of Trident radios had an equal Camnis equivalent (or visa-vera).

Here is a link to it's specs.

http://www.javiation.co.uk/camnis50.html

EDIT... Actually that linked sucked. Sorry about that. Here is a link to the ACTUAL manual. It from a Cech site, but you can download the manual there.

http://www.cbradio.cz/doc/Camnis/HSC-050/

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Have a look at this thread it was post once before
http://www.radioreference.com/forums...915#post115915
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Have a look at this thread it was post once before
http://www.radioreference.com/forums...915#post115915
Hey remedy44 your right!

I too thought I did this once before as well.

http://www.radioreference.com/forums...ad.php?t=10008

Search the forums first 18-3box, it's full of forgotten information.

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Hi 18-3box,

...Camnis (European scanner maker) made a clone called the HSC-050. ... Here is a link to the ACTUAL manual. It from a Cech site, but you can download the manual there.

http://www.cbradio.cz/doc/Camnis/HSC-050/

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Richster, I joined the group so I could say 'Thank you' for having this link. I have this scanner- I've had it since it came out...quite reliable...anyway, my manual is lost amongst my stuff so I needed to find it somewhere. Thanks for having posted this link, it is appreciated. I like my AOR 8000 better but nonetheless the HSC-050, my version...(!) is a nice scanner, wide band and all.

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