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HYT PD-780 Coming to America Very soon

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Tommahawk

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Please note that the following radio has not been FCC type accepted yet in the United States, but should be type-accepted in a few months.....

I had the opportunity to play with this radio on February 12th and must say that I am willing to spend a few bucks on this radio. Right now it is available in UHF 400-470mhz only. The demo that I was able to observe in action made me a believer in this radio.



Information below from PRODUCT SHOWCASE


An affordable DMR Solution with an ergonomic design and versatile functions. PD-780: 256CH, 1500mah Li-ion battery. Functions Include: Dual mode, text, GPS, high speed data transmission, & emergency. MD-780: 25W/45W, & 256CH. Functions: Dual mode, text, GPS & IP connection. For more information contact marketing@hytamerica.com
 
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t2dfyre

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Hyt tc-780

Hello,

is there anyway to program the two tone A to go down to 0.4 instead of 0.5? When my tones go off it inconsistantly activate the alert! Sometime it's good and some time it doesn't alert at all but my pager alerts....I love this radio but dang it's frustrating. Thanks and stay safe!!
 

halespa

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According to my program, you can not go below .05. I have never used the signaling function. I believe that the company would have to change the programming software to change this.
 

FireGuy200

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Hello t2dfyre, What would you like to know about the TC-780 by HYT? I am a Dealer for HYT in Utah

Paul
W7PAH
I have a question.. Does anyone know why my TC-780v beeps when i'm RX during scan? From what i can tell it's beeping every priority sweep.. But i can't find a setting to turn it off.. (the beeping not the priority sweep) Anyone have any ideas??
Thanks,
Rob
 

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There's a ton of Hytera information from several sources listed on Google, but zero in the way of published price information, at least for their new digital (TRBO) radios. If anyone encounters a "Ham Friendly" Hytera dealer please post the information for everyone else to see. Best guesses right now are that the digital HTs will run a couple of hundred bucks less each than Motorola's.
 
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There's a ton of Hytera information from several sources listed on Google, but zero in the way of published price information, at least for their new digital (TRBO) radios. If anyone encounters a "Ham Friendly" Hytera dealer please post the information for everyone else to see. Best guesses right now are that the digital HTs will run a couple of hundred bucks less each than Motorola's.
What all do you need?

W9JLM
 
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