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Old 08-28-2012, 12:56 PM
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Default Hyundai Sonata mobile setup

My radios in the Sonata. The BC350C is mounted to the side of the center console and the BCD396T fits into the foam holders in the console. On the trunk lip I've mounted the Austin Spectra in the middle and the Larson 450/470 on the end.
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Nice- simple.

Does that scanner hit your leg??
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I listen to Windsor LTR too.

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Nice- simple.

Does that scanner hit your leg??
Most of the time no, but if I need to stretch a bit, I rest my leg on it. Overall though, it's really not in the way.


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I listen to Windsor LTR too.

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Hey Jacob:

For a small town, there sure is a lot of radio traffic.

P.D. keeps pretty busy there.


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Looks Good.
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Looks pretty good,I like it.
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...I'm glad you liked it. AUX 78-1, you must keep busy on the waterways in your area, no?



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Looks pretty good,I like it.
..for your kind comments. It's a basic setup...the conventional systems are covered by the 355C and 396T....but only the 396T gives me the digital coverage (CSP for example).

I'm thinking of adding either the HP-1 or 396XT in the near future.


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how do I self programe the tdxone q8a
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how do I self programe the tdxone q8a

I just sent you a PM about this.
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