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Motorola RDX RDM2070D VHF

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Hello I wanted to see if anybody knew the default freqs for the RDM2070D. I was trying to find the manual online but I couldn't find it.

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Let me google that for you

From what I saw of the product literature, it's a programmable radio, and the CPS is free for the download. It does not matter what is in the radio as it comes from the dealer or factory. You, the customer program your own frequencies into it.
 
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Isn't the RDM2070D the special model for Wal-Mart that's not programmable?

On the RDX series, all you can do with CPS is select the pre-defined business frequencies anyway. There is a dealer CPS that will allow you to program any frequency in the bandsplit, but it's very rare.
 
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Motorola RDX RDM2070D

That is the special model for Wal-Mart. I was just wondering the default freqs or can the radio not be programmed to other VHF business freqs. Is the dealer CPS for the RDX RDU4160d and the RDU4100?
 

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I found the manual for RDX RDM2080D but not the RDM2070D. I googled it and that was what came up. If anybody else can help me out that would be appreciated.

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Anthony, you just need to search more carefully. I found info on the radio in question that says it only can be programmed for the MURS channels. It is a Walmart specific radio.

Realistically, unless you specifically want MURS only, buying one of these is a waste of time and money. For the same dollars much more capable radios can purchased.

You asked about these same radios several times before. Let's move on to something more interesting.
 
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