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|Maximum Output Power||40 Watts|
|Radio Type||Base Station, Mobile|
|Privacy Codes||Analog/Digital (CTCSS/DCS)|
Nice radio the only two negative resins is
The radio has ctss there is no way to send
a pl without decode which means if the repeater
does not put out a pl you will not hear it.
the other resins is that I do not like the compander
because the audio is a lot hard for me to
understand the audio sounds unclear .
other than that I think it is a very nice
radio and I like it a lot!!
I would buy another one just not at this price!
Does not have a standard hook on mic which was different. But very clear and Loud Speeker. I put this in my polaris ranger.
I am extremely happy with my rig and awed by the courteous and dedicated service of Chris Edwards. Hey, Chris, tell your boss to give you a raise!
We use them in are ATV WORKS GREAT
The MXT400 is a good little radio and very easy to master. You do however need to tweak what antenna, cables and such that you use for your particular needs(IMPORTANT) and area.It is not a done deal by just plugging the radio in .But once you get that clear long connection you will be very happy.
I have replaced my CB Radio with Midland MXT400 for my emergency equipment. Now to work on getting my FCC license. Being retired from the fire dept and working with other town/towns depts.. Going from 5 watts to 40 watts will be a big help and be able to check in with hams operators.
Use in hunting, shooting, photography, and boating to keep in touch where there is no cell coverage. Tactical shooting matches to stay in touch with range officers. We have two of these radios along with three Motorola 25 watt mobile radios which cost $600 each, and three Motorola 5 watt portables at another $500 each. Wish Midland would come out with a 5 watt portable to use with the mobile units.