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replacement for ex600

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ch-24

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Hi i am looking to replace a few motorola vhf ex600 radios and am looking for somethin simular. Something that has the same features and the same power output. If you have any suggestions it would be great

Thank you all for yout help
 

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things now days are moving to digital. If you dont want digital, you may have to go outside Moto or find gently used options on eBay.
 

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Hi i am looking to replace a few motorola vhf ex600 radios and am looking for something simular. Something that has the same features and the same power output. If you have any suggestions it would be great

Thank you all for yout help
Before you can choose a replacement, you have to know why you need to replace them.

Are they broken beyond repair and you just need more radios of the same capabilities for the same system?

Has your radio system migrated to digital or other type of system beside analog conventional?

Has your radio system moved to a different frequency band?
 

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I know why i need to replace them and that is why i asked the question. The ones i have are worn and not working as well as they used to so i want new oned. Now being that they are the perfect size and the features were very good i want something very similar. I dont need digital but it wont hurt the system that i am on already because i can turn off any encryption that i want. I am just looking for suggestions for a new radio that is similar to the ex600.
 
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