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Old 03-17-2016, 11:00 PM
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Default Tytera announces new mobile DMR radio.

Looks like Tytera is coming out with a DMR mobile radio.
Announcing the Tytera MD-9600 DMR Digital Mobile Radio!
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Old 03-17-2016, 11:27 PM
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That's a really nice-looking radio. Especially for a Chinese unit.
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Looks like Tytera is coming out with a DMR mobile radio.
Announcing the Tytera MD-9600 DMR Digital Mobile Radio!
Uh-oh. Two bands and a 5550 front-end copy. Await we shall

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This will be interesting, especially the pricing.
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Uh-oh. Two bands and a 5550 front-end copy. Await we shall
It's not a two band radio. You can buy a VHF or UHF model.
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It's not a two band radio. You can buy a VHF or UHF model.
As has been noted elsewhere, in Chinglish "two-band" = two modes, analog and digital.
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How anyone could possibly miss the conjunction "or" is beyond my comprehension! Maybe a little more emphasis will drive the point home.

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According to Tytera, the MD-9600 operates on 400-480MHz frequencies at up to 45 watts (UHF model) or 136-174MHz VHF at up to 50 watts (VHF model).
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Looks like a nice radio and also does MotoTRBO Phase 1 and 2......
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I have a CS-750 and XPR-6550, but as handhelds, they sometimes don't quite make it to the local repeater when I'm mobile in the boonies. I was looking at an XPR 5550 which is definitely nicer, but but MUCH more pricey.

This puppy might just make it to my wish list
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I have a CS-750 and XPR-6550, but as handhelds, they sometimes don't quite make it to the local repeater when I'm mobile in the boonies. I was looking at an XPR 5550 which is definitely nicer, but but MUCH more pricey.

This puppy might just make it to my wish list
Why wait? The CS800 is available now, and has the speaker on the front like the Motorola's do.

The face is detachable for remote mounting, and you don't need any special cable. An inexpensive length of Cat5 cable will do the job nicely.

As it happens, I just receive my second CS800 this morning and am fixing to install it in my car this afternoon, just as soon as the postal carrier drops off my XPR7550 I bought...
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Why wait? The CS800 is available now, and has the speaker on the front like the Motorola's do.
And it uses the same code plug as my CS750... But note that I said 'might' make my wishlist I still have to see the final price and how it performs.
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Default Tytera TYT MD-9600 DMR Digital Mobile Radio

$219.99 with programing cable, software free shipping here.
Tytera TYT MD-9600 DMR Digital Mobile Radio
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$219.99 with programing cable, software free shipping here.
Tytera TYT MD-9600 DMR Digital Mobile Radio
As a pre-order though.
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The CS800 is too large to be practical for the majority of european cars.
even with the remote head. There are UK sellers selling rebadged CS800s
on facebook for GBP 250.

Hence I am waiting for the TYT 9600.

if the MD380 experimental "380 tools" firmware can be uploaded so that I can
change the DMR ID from the front panel then I will be beyond delighted.

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Looks interesting, especially if the codeplug is compatible with the 380/390 radios....
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The CS800 is too large to be practical for the majority of european cars.
even with the remote head.
The size is nearly the same!
The CS800 is roughly 6"x1.75"x7"
The MD-9600 is 5.62" x 1.96" x 6.88"

The remote head is DIN sized and fits nicely in my 1998 Toyota Camry.
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This radio was to be out this summer and summer has passed....
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This radio was to be out this summer and summer has passed....
And the CS7000 was supposed to be out 3 years ago.
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This radio was to be out this summer and summer has passed....
If it helps, I understand the TH-8600 will be out at the start of next month and the MD-9600 will be a short time after that.

Hope that helps.
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