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alert tones on HT1000/HT1250 .

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what are some alert tones that can be progremmed to go out on athe HT1000/HT1250 once the two tones have gone off ?

Any sound samples are appreciated .
 

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asdfghjkl1 said:
what are some alert tones that can be programmed on the HT1000/HT1250 once the two tones have gone off ?
My HT1000/MT2000 just give the simple beeps, nothing programmable. Never been unlucky enough to own a HT1250.


asdfghjkl1 said:
also , for keyups , are any of these available for either radio ? ( HT1000 HT1250 )

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OJrBkRVoWns&feature=user

The HT1000 and HT1250 can do MDC1200 tones, either before of after the transmission.

The HT1000 can also do the faked "talk permit tone". It sounds pretty close to a radio krying up on a trunked radio system.

I have it setup on my HT1000 so if I have several RX only channels, I can set one to TX on a MURS channel with the fake talk permit tone to let me know what CH position I am on without looking. As an example....

Ch1 city A police (fake talk permit tone)
Ch2 city A fire No TX (bonk)
Ch3 city A EMS No TX (bonk)
Ch4 city B police (fake talk permit tone)
Ch5 city B fire No TX (bonk)
Ch6 city B EMS No TX (bonk)


So if I want to hear city B fire, I can just turn the knob until I get the first "bonk" after the 2nd "fake talk permit tone".


Sorta gay, sorta silly, but so is what most of what we do with radios :lol:
 
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