I will have to check them out - I don't want to mess with pins and such; I just want to plug straight in without any mods, and start decodingka3jjz said:Actually if memory serves, the PCR1000 and 100 both have it
poltergeisty said:I own a couple OS-535 boards and I have often wondered if I could pull disrim. off the CI-V 1/8 " jacks. The board has two 1/8 " jacks labeled CI-V and a 1/8 " jack for the scout. I know the scout jack is just for reaction tunning however.
Most people use it to "tap" into the unfiltered audio. They feed this data into a computer via different means to allow them to use programs such as Trunker, UniTrunker, T4WIN, etc. If you have never used any of these programs and are into monitoring trunked radio, then you don't know what you're missing. They completely take all of the guess work out of getting data for unknown systems. It also helps in confirming unknown/new tal groups and other various changes to existing trunking sites,joetnymedic said:you know, i've been scanning for years, but never fully understood the "tap" thing what is it exactly used for? and what are the benefits, etc? That being said, if the benefits are so great, why isn't it standard instead of having to do a mod which violates your warranty?