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Old 01-22-2018, 2:10 PM
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Uniden Homepatrol-1
Vertex VX-264 UHF
Vertex VX-929 UHF with VHF receive
Vertex VX-4207 UHF mobile radio
RadioShack pro-163 (not sure why I spraypainted the faceplate black awhile back, but I dig it)
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Looks Great!
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Very nice shack setup!
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Old 01-22-2018, 6:08 PM
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Thank you! Do you guys want more pics? Like close ups?
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Danny,

How are the three scanners hooked so they stay together?

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My news media clients use Velcro on the bottom of scanners to keep them where they want them.
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How are the three scanners hooked so they stay together?

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I use double sided tape. I used to use Velcro but it wasn't sturdy enough. I use rubber feet on the back of the radios and double sided tape towards the front. If I ever need to remove the scanners apart I use a hair dryer on a low setting for about a minute and then pry it with a plastic flathead screw driver. Cool thing about it is that the tape remains intact and you can reuse it several times before needing to change it if it needs to be changed. Haven't had to yet as I only removed it once before.
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Great setup. How big is that monitor?
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Great setup. How big is that monitor?
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34 inches, ultrawide screen. Sometimes I use it as a dual monitor but I use it mostly for video editing so I use the entire monitor. I have 2 more additional monitors 24 inches off to the side to the left.
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