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Bill1957

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Hi,
Anyone using one of these radios? Any comments on,likes-dislikes about the radio. I heard that the software is not compatible with Windows 8. Does it work with Windows 7? It seems like a nice radio for DMR.
Thanks
Bill
 

S-17

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Yes, the software works for Windows 7. Not sure if it works on Windows 8.
 

bibi95

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Hello,

The software did not work in windows 8 I think it is a driver problem.

I bought my DP-770 on 409shop website but I did not found any accessories for it, I need a earpiece and a battery. If someone know a shop who sell them.

Bibi.
 

NWI_Scanner_Guy

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Hello,

The software did not work in windows 8 I think it is a driver problem.

I bought my DP-770 on 409shop website but I did not found any accessories for it, I need a earpiece and a battery. If someone know a shop who sell them.

Bibi.
I received a DP770 earlier today. The software that I received from the seller works for me on my Windows 8.1 laptop. Now if I could just figure out how to actually use the software to program the thing, I'd be good to go. Tried entering 5 frequencies/channels, for receive only, into the software, but when I wrote to the radio, it looks like only 1 freq made the trip. When I get into channel mode, it shows CH 1/1 instead of CH 1/5. Thing was giving me a headache, so I had to give up for the day.
 

Boatanchor

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Hello,

The software did not work in windows 8 I think it is a driver problem.

I bought my DP-770 on 409shop website but I did not found any accessories for it, I need a earpiece and a battery. If someone know a shop who sell them.

Bibi.
Interesting, I looked on 409Shop and I can't find it listed anywhere.

Do you know of any other HK sellers?

Cheers,
Boat
 

Ghstwolf62

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You can also contact Wayne Grimm at Kirisun America for a short while at this address.
Wayne.Grimm@szkirisun.com

He is leaving at the end of September. He can probably steer you to someone who can help you regardless as he's the President of Kirisun in the U.S.

He's been very helpful for me and even sent me latest firmware and software today. 3.17.078 and 1.91
 

marine_radio

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I received a DP770 earlier today. The software that I received from the seller works for me on my Windows 8.1 laptop. Now if I could just figure out how to actually use the software to program the thing, I'd be good to go. Tried entering 5 frequencies/channels, for receive only, into the software, but when I wrote to the radio, it looks like only 1 freq made the trip. When I get into channel mode, it shows CH 1/1 instead of CH 1/5. Thing was giving me a headache, so I had to give up for the day.
I guess you have solved the puzzle by now, but might be helpful for other folks -- what you have to do is just to attach these channels into one of the Zones and you will get access to them channels.

I also have a question -- does anyone have the actual Windows 8/10 driver? Kirisun pushes me to the dealer and the latter is only able to provide me with a WinXP one. So I was thinking whether I am not able to install the drivers correctly or why otherwise Kirisun doesn't give the drivers away? Could anyone share the driver with me?
 
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