Neat Racing Scanner

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manross

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I don't ever remember seeing these??? That is a cool idea for race fans..... :lol:
 

SAR923

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The binocular/scanner thing is absolute junk. No speaker and the ear buds sounds like they are made of noise stopping material. Even decent ear buds only allow you to hear a mismash of intermod. I heard one in use at Infineon and the bleed over was so bad that you could hear two or three cars at once. The binocular optics are lousy also. Don't waste your money on this thing.
 

chrismol1

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OMG! What a selection of frequencies!! the VHF high is all split up so is UHF! I wonder who was ther person to have it scan all of those frequencies, very odd

150.9950-151.9550 MHz (5 kHz)
152.8700-153.7250 MHz (5 kHz)
154.4900-154.6250 MHz (5 kHz)
460.0000-470.0000 MHz (12.5 kHz)
Military 137.0000-143.9550 MHz (5 kHz)
800 806.0000-823.9375 MHz (12.5 kHz)
851.0000-868.9375 MHz (12.5 kHz)
896.1125-956.0000 MHz (12.5 kHz)
Federal Government 406.0000-419.9875 MHz (12.5 kHz)
Air 108.0000-136.9750 MHz (12.5 kHz)
Marine 156.0250-162.0250 MHz (5 kHz)
VHF/UHF 148.0000-174.0000 MHz (5 kHz) {except Race Car and Marine}
450.0000-459.9875 MHz (12.5 kHz) {except Federal and Ham}
Ham 144.0000-147.9950 MHz (5 kHz)
420.0000-449.9875 MHz (12.5 kHz)

FM/TV 88.0000-107.9000 MHz (100 kHz) FM
475.7500-511.7500 MHz (6 MHz) TV Channels 14-20

WX 161.6500-163.2750 MHz (ten channels)
 

iMONITOR

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I remember when those were on the market. Neither the scanner, or the binoculars were any good.
 
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