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This is a great radio. Truly professional-grade and rock solid. There is nothing else out there at this price that even comes close. I'm done paying more for the big three amateur radio brands. I carry this with me everywhere!
Have had this MD390 for a week and it’s been good. The cable that came with it works perfect with my windows 7. The display on this radio is not as nice as my Anytone 868 but for the price point with the IP67 ( Water Proof!!!) rating I’m not complaining. Feels rugged and looks like it would outlive my Anyone 868 in wet and rough environment. I got the VHF MD390 and I’ll be buying the MD390 UHF next. At this price point Especially with the IP67 rating NOTHING out there touches this radio.
great service awesome to deal with
All went well -- got it set up, and even purchased a raspberry PI and DVMEGA to put together a hot spot. Pushed my understanding envelope, but that's a good thing. Radio is definitely high quality with great audio
...Why buy a pricey motorola ??
I opted for the MD-390 since we use DMR at work. The first day I used it two of us got soaked while repairing a pipe, mine still works and my coworkers $500 Vertex was ruined. Programming is easy, especially if one is used to Vertex and some Motorola programming software. The MD-380 tools will work on the MD-390.
The MD-390 has the programming interface built in the radio, the cable that comes with the rig is just a USB cable. I am able to program my 390 using Win 10. Surprisingly good receive and transmit audio. Yes there is a learning curve but that is just part of getting involved in a new technology, very much a part of amateur radio..
You need to be able to use PC programming when operating on DMR, and the supplied cable from TYT does not work at all on Windows 10, the chipset in the cable is not an authentic prolific chipset and there for will not work,