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Iandc_qa

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Good day gurus. I want to know the exact model of this radio and if it is possible to connect a headset to it. We have a small office and this sucker is too loud. Our set up would be this base radio with possibly a plantronics ptt headset. The problem is that we are clueless as to what hardware we could use. We are also using eads thr 880i tetra radios if that helps.
 

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wyShack

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check the rear panel-you will likely find a nameplate with the information you are looking for. You may also find a external speaker and or headphone jack. A small mirror may be used to see the back if it is held in place by a mount or wires. Another place to check would be the stickers now covered by beards-nice touch. After you find some info get back or use Google.

Good luck -hope the above helps
 

Iandc_qa

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The beards were deliberately placed by me. Asset tags for Qatar Red Crescent. Will try the mirrors. Though i highly doubt that i can see what's written. Thanks.
 

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The beards were deliberately placed by me. Asset tags for Qatar Red Crescent. Will try the mirrors. Though i highly doubt that i can see what's written. Thanks.
Looking at the picture, this don't appear to be difficult to pull forward and get a good look. Like wyShack said, it could be on the back, it could be on the bottom.
Question that crosses my mind is this: If those are asset tags, then I'm thinking your using a computerized material management system (or something along those lines) that would describe the make and model of each asset number.
 
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