Who listens to "multiple" scanners at one time?

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mcema699

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Do some serious planning first. Using multiple scanners you would need a mic mixer/PA,impedance matching transformers, and a whole lot of wire.
Put the switches/vol controls in the rooms, not in one central location. Then she'll know you're crazy. :)
 

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At home I have three going Pro-96 PD Dispatch, Pro-97 FD Dispatch and my tabletop with CDF and USFS. When mobile the 96 has PD, the 97 has FD, CDF and USFS.
 

vs1988

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I usually use only the BC350C to scan the PD and EMS freq. During storms and big events, I'll set the BC350C to PD and the Pro 83 to FD and EMS with EMS as the priority channel.
 

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4 Radios Scanning

kc8qln said:
Ok, here's my question.

For those that have more than 1 handheld or base unit, what is the strategy for having more than 1 scanner on at 1 time?

I see pictures of guys with 4, 5, or 6 scanners, and I wonder what is the benefit?

I only have a Pro-97 and I feel compelled to buy another one, just by seeing everyone's elaborate setup. Is it an addiction thing?

Motorola Astro SABER III scanning SJC S.O.
Motorola HT-1000 scanning SJC F/R
Motorola SABER III scanning 2m
RELM RPV599A-Plus scanning SA P.D.
 
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