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balou

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Hi guys im not the best with motorola. I just bought a bunch of radios from a business that went under all xpr4350. But im looking here at what looks to be a repeater Is it possible with 2 xpr4350 to be linked together with a cable. Thank in advance. Also looks like a intercom system was attached to it
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You probably have a cloning cable. Can you post pictures, or any writing on the cable that may be a model number?
 
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