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Old 03-20-2017, 12:47 PM
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Default BCD436 HP or TRX1

Boston MA area. Looking to upgrade my Pro97. Casual user. Mostly monitor Fire Police EMS. Any suggestions welcome.
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Old 03-20-2017, 6:58 PM
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If you need NXDN as of now you will need a TRX-1. I like my 436 better for P25 and DMR Trunking as it works better in a high RF area plus I like the DMR Trunking better on my 436 but you have to get the LNC's in the right order for the 436 where the TRX-1 does not care as long as you have all the channels programmed it.
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I agree unless you have an NXDN system in your area and you really want to monitor it then go with the Uniden also BCD436 is a little easier to work with unless you are computer monogramming them then both are pretty even.
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