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Infinity P-1000 VHF H/T Radio

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Alain

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Hello All,

I am seeking information on the above radio for a local, volunteer fire captain. He has one of these radios and wishes to know more about it. If you have an owners manual, schematic, service manual---anything, we ask your help.

Both "Cap" and I have searched on and off the Internet and have discovered very little that was helpful.

I would not ask for your materials; we would be willing to pay you for your out of pocket expenses, if you would be so kind as to copy your materials and forward them.

All suggestion and assistance would be most gratefully received.

Many thanks for taking the time to respond!

Alain
 

newsnick175

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I have the UHF version (P-1010). There is programming soft wear and cables out there for it. Other wise it's pretty much straight foward a hand talkie. It's sold under other names also. I'm out of town right now. If you still can't find more info I'll post what I have at home next week.
 

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Hi Nick,

Yes, I learning more about the "Puxing 777" too, which, I understand is the Chinese equivalent of the U.S.A. made Infinity P-1000. Was able to ferret out an owners manual for the Chinese version too!

Many thanks for the prompt reply!

A special thanks to the owners of Radio Reference Dot Com!

Alain
 
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newsnick175

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My only problem with this radio is the lack of volume. It's hard to hear while standing beside a class a pumper supplying two pre conect 1 3/4 hand lines.
 
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