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Jan 18, 2003
Land of mixed mode digital comms
Looking as purchasing a few of these as back-up, emergency cache, etc. Reason I am looking at these is due to cost ($69.99) and the higher power they put out. I seen YouTube videos and know the 10 watts = 8 watts but still 8 watts is three more than 5 watts.

However I have a few questions that hopefully and owner might know:

1.) Can you lock the radio to memory only mode? Do not need to program them and hand them out if needed and have someone play with it or change settings.

2.) Can you eliminate one line of the display so it only shows either the A or the B band and NOT both at the same time?

Thanks in advance and if anyone has any comments on the performance of the radio thanks in advance. Not looking for "if you are gonna use these for this then buy a Motorola, etc..."
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