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TWRS-52 - Midland GXT1000 and GXT2000 Comparison

We compare the new Midland GXT2000 FRS/GMRS two way radio with the GXT1000. We also review the new Midland GXT2050VP4 two way radio.

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Billboard 1:19

Topic Discussion 1:38
We perform a detailed comparison between the Midland GXT1000VP4 and the new GXT2000VP4 walkie talkies. We'll compare the power, features and range of these radios and tell you which model we think comes out on top. For a complete out-of-the-box experience, watch our new video Midland GXT2000VP4 two way radio unboxing and first look. For a complete review of the GXT2000, read our blog post Midland GXT2000VP4 Two Way Radio Review. For tips on using your two way radios, watch our new Radio 101 video series hosted by Anthony.

Commercial Break 29:56
buytwowayradios.com 1:00

Product Review 30:54
Today we review the new Midland GXT2050VP4 Two-way Radio.

Questions and Answers 37:48
Questions from readers of our Two Way Radio Blog and members of the Two Way Radio Forum.

Wrap up and Close 45:37
Send in your comments and questions for Danny, Anthony and Rick to show[at]buytwowayradios.com. Feedback on this and other topics will be read by the hosts and included in future episodes of the show. Visit us at www.twowayradioshow.com!

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One thought on “TWRS-52 - Midland GXT1000 and GXT2000 Comparison”

  • David Shackleton
    David Shackleton December 16, 2013 at 9:59 am

    Love the discussion you had comparing the Midland GXT1000 and the Midland GXT2000. Great info!
    I operate a paintball course, and we use the GXT1000 on the course. It's heavily wooded in rolling terrain and about 3,000' distance between basecamp and the players. Basecamp is in a 24' enclosed trailer.
    The question I have is: Is there a way to increase reception within that trailer? I've heard that antennae's or amplifiers can be used, but is that true? Will that help me escape the seemingly static-filled transmissions when used in the trailer?
    Thanks a ton, love the site, and definitely love the discussions.


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