x36HP question

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LIScanner101

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I have my BCT15X programmed very simply to facilitate ease of turning on and locking out systems when I'm driving. For example, in CA I'll have Alameda County, San Mateo County and Santa Clara County agencies programmed-in with systems like "Alameda 800MHz", "Santa Clara Fire" and such, with a single quick key for each. When I'm changing areas as I drive I just press the corresponding QK button to lock things in and lock things out. Very simple and I can do this by feel without even looking at the scanner.

Is this possible with the x36HP's, or do you have to sort of "drill down" with several button presses?
 

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For the first 10 favorites, you can do it the same way, except you have to press # then enter, where previously you just had to hit #.
 

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To be quite honest, I think it would be nice if Uniden could do a firmware update to the 96XT scanners so the quick key sequence on them is just like the x36 models. As in SS.GG <Enter>.
 

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You are also set up the 3 In either the same FL as you are in the same area. AND CAN HEAR THEM IN THE SAME LOCATION
OR 3 WAY FL 1, 2 3
FYI: Manhattan, Broonk and Brooklyn probably further apart then the 3 county you like to separate
in CALIFORNIA.
 

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Coming from the 396XT and 996XT, I found the new FL, Sys, Dept QK thing to be a temporary PITA. However, after a couple of days getting used to it, I know find this procedure to be the most flexible I have ever used among all the scanners I have ever owned (Uniden, GRE, RS, most all models). Just this flexibility alone together with the built-in replay/recorder feature is enough (IMHO) for someone to consider upgrading. My 436HP and two 536HPs are great in regards to the above.

Steve AA6IO
 
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