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Monthly Archives: September 2013

  • New Motorola CLP1060 Bluetooth Accessory Kit is now available

    clp-accessory-kit.pngEarlier this year Motorola announced the introduction of a new Bluetooth earpiece for its CLP1060 business radio. This new earpiece is intended to replace the Motorola HK200 headset, a bluetooth accessory popular with cell phones that was previously bundled with the CLP1060. The new earpiece is now available and is shipping with all new CLP1060 radios.

    The Motorola Bluetooth Accessory Kit is a three piece bundle that includes a new professional-style Bluetooth® earpiece, pod and charger designed and optimized specifically for use with CLP radios. The Bluetooth Pod (HKLN4512) is a very small device that enables communication between the CLP1060 radio and the earpiece via Bluetooth. The pod is battery powered for up to 8 hours of talk time and is reachargeable with the Single Unit Pod Charging Cradle (HKLN4509) and AC Power Supply included in the kit. The Motorola Bluetooth Swivel Earpiece (HKLN4513) includes an in-line microphone and connects directly to the pod. The earpiece is replaceable and allows for easier device sharing between employees working different shifts. It is also designed to help prevent employee theft.

    The accessory kit is now bundled with each new CLP radio, however each component in the kit can also be purchased separately. A six unit multi-charging kit is also available. The Motorola CLP Multi-Charger Bluetooth Pod Charging Conversion Kit (HKLN4508A) can charge up to six Bluetooth pods at once and can be integrated into the HKPN4007B Multi Charger for CLP radios. All CLP Series radios and accessories are available for shipment from our warehouse at Buy Two Way Radios.

    The Motorola Bluetooth Accessory Kit is a more business friendly solution, however it is not the only option. The CLP1060 is still compatible with the HK200 as well as other cell phone style Bluetooth headsets.

  • TWRS-65 - CB or Ham

    We explore the contention and differences between the two worlds of Citizens Band and Amateur radio. We also review the Wouxun KG-UV6D Two Way Radio.

    Intro :00
    Billboard 1:08

    Intro to Interview 1:27
    In discussions with CB and Amateur radio hobbyists, it quickly emerges that there is some contention between these two groups of radio users. In this episode we'll look more closely at each group and their issues with the other. We'll also read some of the tweets that we received after we asked for some feedback on this subject. Finally, we'll end by looking at some of the pros and cons of both the CB and Amateur radio services.

    Commercial Break 32:49
    buytwowayradios.com 1:00

    Product Review 33:49
    Today we review the Wouxun KG-UV6D Two Way Radio.

    Questions and Answers 46:16
    Questions from readers of our Two Way Radio Blog and members of the Two Way Radio Forum.

    Wrap up and Close 52:47
    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!

    © 2013 Cricket Ventures, LLC. All rights reserved.

  • How to match a CLS1110 or CLS1410 to a Motorola VL50 radio

    We occasionally speak to customers who have Motorola VL50 radios and want to purchase a CLS1110 or CLS1410 to add to their fleet. Both VL50 and CLS radios look identical to each other, but are they?

    The VL50 is the same radio as the CLS series models, but has 8 channels and different built-in frequencies. It is part of a line of Motorola business radios that are intended to be sold by local (non-internet) dealers, and are usually priced much higher than the CLS series even though there is almost no difference.

    An out of the box VL50 will not talk to an out of the box CLS1110 or CLS1410 like you would expect. They can communicate, but the channels are all mixed up! The following chart shows the CLS channel and the equivalent channel on the VL50. (Note, the CLS1110 has 1 channel and the CLS1410 has 4).

    CLS VL50
    1 2
    2 8
    3 5
    4 6

    If you don't want to deal with the hassle of channels not matching up (and who would!), you can go into programming mode on the radios and assign each channel to a different frequency. Both the CLS series and the VL50 have 56 built-in frequencies, but unfortunately the frequencies are not the same. They do, however, match up on frequencies 1-8, so just make sure you assign your channels on both radios to one of the first 8 frequencies and you're set.

    Here's a brief summary of how to program your Motorola CLS series or Motorola VL50 radio.

    How To Enter Programming Mode
    Press and hold the large Push to Talk (PTT) and MON buttons simultaneously for 3 seconds while you turn the radio on. The radio will beep and display the letters PROG. The channel number will flash and the letters FREQ (frequency) and CODE will alternately flash on the display.

    (If you press and release the Push to Talk button while programming the CLS1410, it will take you to the top of Programming Mode.)

    How To Select a Frequency for a Channel
    1. (CLS1410 only) In programming mode, press the MENU button until the channel number flashes and the frequency and code are alternately displayed. This will be the first setting in programming mode.

    2. Press the plus or minus button to choose the channel. Note that the first two steps do not apply to the CLS110 since it has only one channel.

    3. (CLS1110 and CLS1410) Press the MENU button until the word FREQ (frequency) appears and the frequency number flashes on the display.

    4. Press the plus or minus buttons choose the frequency you want.

    5. Press and hold the large Push to Talk (PTT) button to exit programming mode or press the MENU button to program other features of the radio.

    That's all there is to it. Once the channels are set to the same frequencies, your VL50 and CLS two way radios should be able to communicate with each other.

  • TWRS-64 - Calling With CW

    We interview Bill Casto, a seasoned amateur radio operator who operates Continuous Wave, or CW and a member of the Charlotte Amateur Radio Club- W4CQ. We also review the Motorola RMM2050 MURS Two Way Radio.

    Intro :00
    Billboard 1:14

    Intro to Interview 1:33
    Rick talks with Bill Casto, a ham who has been using CW most of his life and is a lifetime member of The Charlotte Amateur Radio Club - W4CQ. We'll find out how he became interested in CW, where Morse or International code is now and how some hams still use this form of communication in the 21st century.

    Interview With Bill Casto 2:13
    Commercial Break 14:33
    buytwowayradios.com 1:00

    Product Review 15:34
    Today we review the Motorola RMM2050 MURS Two Way Radio.

    Questions and Answers 23:57
    Questions from readers of our Two Way Radio Blog and members of the Two Way Radio Forum.

    Wrap up and Close 31:50
    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!

    © 2013 Cricket Ventures, LLC. All rights reserved.

  • The Motorola RMU2080 Two Way Radio Unboxing

    Want a first hand look at the Motorola RMU2080 Two Way Radio? Danny Feemster of Buy Two Way Radios takes you on a complete virtual unboxing of this model that is part of the new RM Series business two way radios from Motorola.

  • Save BIG with this Kenwood Rebate and Multi-Charger offer!


    Note: This promotion expired December 31, 2013 and is no longer available.

    Kenwood is big on rebates, and now you can save big with their latest offer at Buy Two Way Radios! Purchase at least six Kenwood business two way radios and get a $25-$30 rebate per radio plus a FREE multi-unit charger on select models! Yes, that right. This not an either/or deal. You get both a rebate and a multi-charger from Kenwood for a maximum potential savings of over $3,000!

    If you're purchasing a fleet of radios for your company or organization and want the best end-of-year deal to stay within your fiscal budget, you're in luck. Purchase the radios, get a free multi-charger for them and get cash back, saving even more!

    Kenwood also has a special rebate offer on the ProTalk XLS TK-3230 (without multi-charger). Purchase at least six TK-3230 radios and you qualify for a $25 rebate per radio, giving you a potential savings of up to $1,500. Even without a multi-charger, a $25 rebate on the TK-3230 is still a great deal.

    The following Kenwood business radios qualify for the rebate promotion (up to a maximum purchase of 60 radios):

    Model Offer
    Kenwood TK-2400-V4P (VHF) $25 rebate plus multi-charger
    Kenwood TK-2400-V16P (VHF) $25 rebate plus multi-charger
    Kenwood TK-3400-U4P(UHF) $25 rebate plus multi-charger
    Kenwood TK-3400-U16P (UHF) $25 rebate plus multi-charger
    Kenwood TK-2402-V16P (VHF) $30 rebate plus multi-charger
    Kenwood TK-3402-U16P (UHF) $30 rebate plus multi-charger
    Kenwood TK-3230 (UHF) $25 rebate

    This offer is fulfilled by Kenwood directly, so the rebate and/or multi-unit charger will be mailed to you after Kenwood receives your rebate form.
    Offer valid on up to 60 radios through December 31, 2013. Limit of one multi-unit charger per six radios for a maximum of ten multi-chargers on a purchase of 60 radios. Charging cups are included.Click here for full
    . To redeem your rebate, visit Kenwood's rebate website and access the rebate registration by entering Program offer code PRO-23130.

    NOTE: Rebates must be postmarked on or before January 8, 2014. The Kenwood rebate is NOT valid on radios delivered before September 2, 2013 or after December 31, 2013, regardless of invoice date. Offer good only in the U.S. and Puerto Rico and is void where prohibited, taxed and restricted by law. Read the Kenwood promotional flyer for full details.

  • Buy 6 Motorola business radios, get a rebate!


    Note: This promotion expired December 31, 2013 and is no longer available.

    Save your business some serious cash at Buy Two Way Radios with a special promotion on Motorola business two way radios! For a limited time only, Motorola is offering a cash rebate on CLP, CLS, RDM, RDX and DTR Series radios!

    Purchase at least six Motorola CLP or CLS Series radios and you qualify for a $120 rebate. Purchase six RDM or RDX Series radios for a $150 rebate. Prefer 900 MHz license-free digital frequency hopping technology? Six DTR Series radios gets you a $180 rebate. This offer is good for up to 60 radios purchased, giving you a maximum of 10 redemptions (60 radios). That's a potential maximum savings of up to $1,800!

    Motorola is known for its great rebate promotions on business radios, but this one is an even better deal, because it is extended to the Motorola RDM MURS series two way radios as well! MURS (Multi-Use Radio Service) frequencies are license free, which means you don't have to buy a license from the FCC to use them! So if MURS is your radio of choice, you save even more! To learn more about MURS or find out if a MURS radio is right for you or your company, listen to The Two Way Radio Show Episode 11 - All About Murs or give us a call at 1-800-584-1445 and one of our representatives will be happy to help you.

    The following radios qualify for the rebates (Rebate amounts are per every six radios purchased up to a maximum of 60 radios):

    Model Min Purchase Max Purchase Rebate
    CLP1010 6 60 $120
    CLP1040 6 60 $120
    CLP1060 6 60 $120
    CLS1110 6 60 $120
    CLS1410 6 60 $120
    RDM2020 6 60 $150
    RDM2080d 6 60 $150
    RDX RDU2020 6 60 $150
    RDX RDV2020 6 60 $150
    RDX RDU2080d 6 60 $150
    RDX RDV2080d 6 60 $150
    RDX RDU4100 6 60 $150
    RDX RDU4160d 6 60 $150
    RDX RDV5100 6 60 $150
    DTR410 6 60 $180
    DTR550 6 60 $180

    This offer is fulfilled directly by Motorola, so you will need to send your rebate redemption form to Motorola Solutions after you purchase your radios and they will mail your rebate directly to you. This offer is valid on up to 60 radios purchased through December 31, 2013. All radios purchased must be within the same product series. Click here for full details. To redeem your rebate, go to www.MyRadioReward.com and follow the instructions.

    NOTE: All redemption requests must be postmarked on or before 1/15/2014 and received by 1/31/2014 to qualify. Rebate submissions received after that date will NOT be eligible regardless of purchase date. Motorola's rebate terms and conditions apply. Offer is good in the U.S., Canada and Puerto Rico only and is void where prohibited, taxed and restricted by law.

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