garys said:Probably. The UASD software and DIN cage were also left off. And the P25 stuff of course. Other than that, I think it's going to be a nice scanner. Personally, I could do without all that Bear Tracker stuff, but it seems that it can be turned off in the software.
While using BCT15 mobile, there was no issue with backlight. It depends on the viewing angle, and avoiding direct sunlight, which may be difficult to do. I always used the MEDIUM setting day or night.safetyobc said:I haven't seen the red/orange yet so I can't comment on how well I will like it. It may be perfectly fine, but I am worried it will be too dim for daytime operation, especially when using it as a mobile.
Well, one is entitled to ones opinion. I find the red-orange backlight does not make the BCT15 look cheap, but looks sharp with the black faceplate. YMMV.Go-24 said:IMO the orange, and it IS orange (not a hint of red on my 996 at all) makes the scanner look cheap.
tomtefe said:Shouldn't it look just like the orange (or red) dispaly on the BCD996T
bonus1331 said:Received my BCT-15 today from Communication Electronics.
Just unpacked and loaded my files from my 330.
Other than the fact that it seems alot more compact than my old 780, it's too early to make any other first impressions.
Will get back later this weekend.