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k3r2

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I'm working on the money to buy a few scanners. If you're interested in helping me decide what to buy, I'll eventually work on getting two. One to set up a live feed for Greenville County/Greenville PD or the highway patrol in the troop 3 posts C and/or D (if it's possible?), then a second to have in the car, which I would have no clue how to even begin setting it up... Don't know which one would come first, depends on how much feedback I receive... I've been looking at the BCD996T, but I really have no clue where to begin. I just want to start monitoring channels soon.

I've got a spare computer that could easily have a wireless connection, hard drive to store past media on, and a decent amount of time on my hands to start learning the basics. Please feel free to help or ridicule, pms are welcomed.
 

LarrySC

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Today Radio Shack has their digital scanners on sale for $379. PRO-96/2096. The Radio Shack/GRE scanners are user friendly. I have a PRO96 portable, PRO2096 mobile and a BC796d rack mounted in my office. I like the GRE much better than the 796d for several reasons. The only reason I have the 796d is because all of the media uses them and I do their programming. Good Luck. Larry
 

Caesar

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Get the BCD996T if you need digital and analog, and the BCT-15 if you need analog only. Both are great radios with many many features!
 
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