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I'm going to be in Laughlin for several weeks working on a project and just saw that the casino we're staying in has gone digital. Does anyone know if it's DMR or other and are the frequencies the same or have they changed. Trying to determine if it will be worth it to pack a scanner for the trip or not.
 
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I am not sure about the casino's, honestly I could careless about listening to them. However you will be across the river from Bullhead City, AZ. Almost everything there is still VHF conventional so you would still have plenty to listen to.
 

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