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Old 10-30-2011, 10:41 AM
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PRO-96 Software - Win96 - Data Management Software for the RadioShack PRO-96 and PRO-2096 Digital Trunking Scanners I visit this link and it only says V1.72
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V1.72 came out in 2008. You should upgrade to current v2.04.
That looks like Win96 screen shot.
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So I am using the correct version? If so the screen shot I provided do I have things set up right? Because with that setup I heard no talking but see Agencies such "ISNT SO DISP" show up.

However now I turned it back to MOT 3600 CC Multi Table bullet > 800Mhz Rebanded and put MOT 9600 CC back to normal bullet. I can hear voices once again with this setup. . . however at times there are skipping of the voices at times. Mostly clear though . . .

Just trying to learn this whole thing out.
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That looks like Win96 screen shot.
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So I am using the correct version? If so the screen shot I provided do I have things set up right? Because with that setup I heard no talking but see Agencies such "ISNT SO DISP" show up.
Your setrup is correct.

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However now I turned it back to MOT 3600 CC Multi Table bullet > 800Mhz Rebanded and put MOT 9600 CC back to normal bullet. I can hear voices once again with this setup. . . however at times there are skipping of the voices at times. Mostly clear though . . .

Just trying to learn this whole thing out.
Could be your tower didn't need to be re-banded...eg, the 851 through 853 MHZ freqs were original. The 860 freq wouldn't need reband. 9600 at normal may support my theory.
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