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Xpr 6550 roam/scan question

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Nov 10, 2017
So My local Access (senior) buses operate using mototrbo, They can transmit their conversations on one of 4 frequencies, at random

All tg100 and cc12.
They aren't trunked bc I can pick up the whole conversation on my tytmd380 on 471.0625 if I'm lucky to have them transmit on this frequency. My question is, is there a way to make one channel on my xpr and somehow input all 4 channels in channel pool, roam, etc so that it will "roam" all 4 frequencies and play the audio from the currently transmitting frequency instead of wasting 4 channels and making a "Scan" list of all 4.

P.S. I'm setting them as RX only since my xpr is for my school helping, and its just something else I want on it. Also its MY radio I bought off ebay.
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