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For your convenience, an optional USB programming cable (Model TYT-PROG-MBL) is available to program the TYT TH-7800 from a computer.
NOTE: When you purchase this programming cable, we will include the USB cable driver and programming software on mini-CD.
|Maximum Output Power||50 Watts|
|Digital Standard||Analog Only|
|Frequency Bands||2 Meter (VHF), 70 cm (UHF)|
I love this radio. There's nothing more to say. It's easy, user friendly, and sounds great. As cheesy as it sounds, I'm glad I bought this radio.
Radio was great for about a month. Then started beeping none stop. Really wish I went with a kenwood
Does all I need.
had this radio a few months now with no problems works as it should. Easy to program by hand
Your web sight was easy to use, the items were shipped fast and in the same package. Thank You Aaron
I recently purchased at Tytera (TYT) TH-7800 to use in my car. I wanted a compact radio with a detachable faceplate so that I could avoid problems I had had placing a VHF transceiver in the car. There really aren't many 'good' locations to place a radio in my 'runabout' 2000 Echo, but I found I could mount the faceplate to a block of wood and slide it into the ash tray slot, which I didn't use. It's secure, with plenty of clearance with the shifter, and easy to see, especially since I beveled the mounting side of the block 15 degrees off vertical. I mounted the T/R unit in the trunk. The radio itself works great, and since I could program it with CHIRP, is easy to keep current. I have no complaints - a radio that works great, at a great price!
Great little radio. first time I used it, everybody could tell. Clean and clear TX and RX.... I had many people in my Ham club recommend this radio. For the money, you can't beat it. Get one for home and car... Also, I use this for ARES with the cross repeater setup, we can really cover a lot of ground on events. It works great.
Great radio, works perfect. Can't beat it for the price.
I've had this radio for a few weeks now and it was well worth it. Easy to manually configure if needed and plenty of power. Speaker sound was clear and the radio has many options.
I use it from my apartment. Using a mag mount antenna in the window with a metal plat on the window sill .Getting out real good .
Easy to operate and program, with the cable and software. Does a good job and did I say Easy to Operate? Compared to Kenwood D700, does a better job of CrossBanding. Much easier to setup for Xband. Lots of good features...
Use it every chance to talk to other hams.
I am loving my tyt th7800 it does everything I want it to do great radio
I have one in my pick up and one in my shack. The one in my truck is on a magnet antenna I can hit repeaters 30+ miles away. In the shack I am on a dipole and can do the same. I only use the mid 2 part level. In the pick up I was about to reach a ham in an airplane about 300 miles away at 40,000ft. I was using high power for this. I recommend this radio whenever someone is looking for a good inexpensive radio. I will soon be using this camping as well.
I use it for Emergency communications in Emergency Management.
I have installed this radio in my truck
Ordering couldn't be any easier and had it delivered to a snowbird location. It arrived before we did. Looking good so far.
I use this radio as a mobile. Great to park the car at the park set up the cross band repeater then access my favorite repeater through the TYT Th-7800 with my HT as I hike the trails.
Not happy with the sound quality. I now use an external speaker. Menu is a pain so software is pretty much a must. Transmit power isn't what the box claims. If I had a time machine I would go back and stop myself from the purchase. Not worth the price I paid and I got it at a lower price than many other sellers. Seller was great and took care of me but product just sucks. Good for a beginner who is just getting into the hobby and get them on the air but be prepared to upgrade to be happy. I also hate that the programming cable attaches in the back near the speaker jack. When mounted on dash or under dash it makes it hard to get the cable in the port. Luckily I use mine as a base station.
Decent Dual Band radio for my car, don't need anything really fancy. Decent buy....for my use.