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NEW Motorola MU350R question?

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Hi Everyone I don't know if anyone has seen the new Motorola GMRS/FRs radio set from Motorola. The MM350R features Bluetooth and DSP audio. So my question is does that mean they have digital and anolog voice?
 

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No, that only means the analog audio is processed through a DSP, and then converted back to analog. Very similar to how Motorola P25 and TRBO radios handle analog audio.

These actually look like fairly decent radios; definitely a step up from the current FRS/GMRS bubble packs. Heck, If the speaker is really 1 watt, they will be louder than many commercial grade radios.
 

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No, that only means the analog audio is processed through a DSP, and then converted back to analog. Very similar to how Motorola P25 and TRBO radios handle analog audio.

These actually look like fairly decent radios; definitely a step up from the current FRS/GMRS bubble packs. Heck, If the speaker is really 1 watt, they will be louder than many commercial grade radios.
I see an analog patch....

Darn was really hoping for digital voice....
 
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