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Midland GXT760VP4 Radios With Charger

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Quick Overview

The Midland GXT760 is one of Midland’s best all-purpose radios. The GXT760 has 5 watts of power, allowing for a range of up to 36 miles in optimal conditions (typically 2 miles or less in urban conditions). The GXT760VP4 is a full featured FRS/GMRS radio and is loaded with features.

Availability: Discontinued

$59.99
This product has been discontinued and is no longer available. It was replaced by the Midland GXT860VP4 Two Way Radios with Headsets and Charger .

Details

The Midland GXT760 is one of Midland’s best all-purpose radios. The GXT760 has 5 watts of power, allowing for a range of up to 36 miles in optimal conditions (typically 2 miles or less in urban conditions). The GXT760VP4 is a full featured FRS/GMRS radio and is loaded with features.

The GXT-760 supports NOAA weather channels and NOAA weather alerts. If severe weather is entering your area, the GXT760VP4 can pro-actively alert you! Hands-free (eVOX) operation is supported by the GXT-760! Other features include a vibrating alert, water resistance, selectable high/medium/low power modes, and channel scan. An industry leading 3 year warranty is also provided by the manufacturer on this model.

The Midland GXT760 supports a total of 42 channels - 22 standard FRS/GMRS channels and 20 extra channels. Each standard channel supports 142 privacy codes.

This Midland GXT760VP4 value pack includes two Midland GXT760 radios, two headsets with boom microphone, two NiMH rechargeable batteries, a desktop charger, vehicle charger, and two belt clips.

Midland GXT760VP4 Features

  • 42 Channels (22 Standard, 20 Extra)
  • 36 Mile Range
  • 7 FRS Channels
  • 8 GMRS Channels
  • 7 Shared FRS/GMRS Channels
  • 142 Privacy Codes
  • 5.0 Watt Output Power
  • Uses 4 AA Batteries or Rechargeable Battery Pack
  • Rechargeable NiMH Battery Pack Included
  • Desktop Charger Included
  • NOAA Weather Channels
  • NOAA Weather Alerts
  • Vibrate Alert
  • eVOX Hands-Free Operation (5 Sensitivity Levels)
  • Silent Operation
  • 10 Call Tones
  • Channel Scan
  • Auto Squelch
  • Roger Beep Tone
  • Backlit LCD Display
  • X-TRA TALK Power (Hi/Med/Low Settings)
  • Battery Meter
  • Low Battery Alert
  • Battery Saver
  • Keypad Lock
  • Monitor Function
  • Audible Button Beeps
  • Drop-In Charge Capable
  • Water Resistant
  • Mic and Headphone Jacks
  • Three Year Manufacturer Warranty

Included with the Midland GXT760VP4

  • Two Midland GXT760 Radios
  • Two Midland Headsets
  • Two Belt Clips
  • Dual Pocket Desktop Charger
  • Two NiMH Rechargeable Battery Packs
  • AC Wall Adapter
  • DC Vehicle Adapter
  • Owner's Manual

Additional Information

Warranty 3 Years
FCC ID MMAGXT775
Channels 42
Maximum Output Power 5 Watts
Radio Type Handheld
Services FRS, GMRS
Safety Features NOAA Weather Alerts, NOAA Weather Channels
Privacy Codes Analog/Digital (CTCSS/DCS)
  1. Looks Good review by Richard on 3/26/2012
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    These are an improvement over the GXT600s we had in that the range is better and the volume is higher. The only real con is the charger works only with 110 volts, which means you have to take a converter when traveling to another country.

  2. Good rang review by john on 3/16/2012
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    Used it several times. range inside the city is mostly about 0.75 mile radius when the 2 radios are at street level with no line of sight (all houses in the city are made of concrete and bricks). one time we were at the same street hearing crystal clear like we are near each other, we were 0.9 mile a part (no line of sight) looks like it could work much further at that condition. In a test I got 2.06 miles (2 radios at ground level) when ~0.5 of a mile are city buildings and the rest 1.5 miles are nature (open nearly flat terrain). getting far from that point and comunication was lost. One time we used it in hiking and got excellent reception. 1 radio in a narrow canyon when 3 side are surrounded by ~80-100 meters high mountains. the other radio was way outside the canyon near a lake (no line of sight). the distance was 3.4 miles and we could hear each other very good

  3. Great Product and Service review by AWT Scout on 2/22/2012
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    We "scout" wagon trains and trail rides-these radios are very clear and dependable! Hold battery charge extremely well!

  4. Pretty good Parade Radios! review by Mayfair on 12/4/2011
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    We bought 7 sets of these radios based on a recommendation from Rob of Buy Two Way for use in a parade that we put on every year in Philly, and they worked really well! We initially bought another set of radios (Motorola) and they wouldn't make it more than 1/2 a mile if that. These radios worked MUCH better and covered almost the entire route (the parade is approx 2 miles long). They worked great if everything is within a line of sight (a straight line), however once someone turned a corner behind a building at the end of the route or over a hill, the signal was lost. The volume was a bit low once the parade was underway, however I wouldn't call this a flaw as the parade is kind of noisy. I'm just pointing it out in case someone wants to use them in a similar atmosphere where surrounding noise is loud (racetrack, football game, etc). The "Call Signal" helped a lot with this problem as it alerted everyone that someone is trying to get their attention and to "listen up" - ha ha! We were also able to easily connect them to the one set Motorola radios that we kept because we had already opened the package. We are amateurs and it took us a minute to figure out the "sub channel" thing, but once we did, we were fine - no problems. I personally didn't care for the headsets, however a couple of the girls in our group liked them. Overall I would definitely recommend them, however we've learned out lesson ... The range that is posted on these radios (ALL of them - not just these) is nowhere near the actual range that you are going to get. In the city, you can expect to get about 1-2 miles tops in a straight line.

  5. Good overall radio. review by Mike on 8/20/2011
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    Use the radios on Survey crew. Work well on construction and boundary sites. Have been dropped many times and still hold up.

  6. An efficient and necessary compliment to review by Bull on 6/1/2011
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    An efficient and necessary compliment compatible with the Midland Radios already in our inventory and in use at our facility.

  7. We like the product so far. review by DSH on 3/23/2011
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    [...] only been in use for a week or so, so far very happy with our order.

  8. awesome radio review by PD explorer on 12/26/2010
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    im a police explorer and i use these radios when im going out to help citizens to keep in touch with my mom in case the citizen needs medical attention or if there is an accident i can radio to her to have her call back and give medical personnel updates

  9. Range much shorter than I expected review by CDJ on 11/12/2010
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    We use the radios inside our factory for communicating. Outside the factory, it's only good for a couple of blocks.

  10. Realy like them. Saves usa lot of grief review by Ed on 11/12/2010
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    Keeping in contact with each other when shopping.

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