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|Maximum Output Power||50 Watts|
|Digital Standard||Analog Only|
|Frequency Bands||2 Meter (VHF), 70 cm (UHF)|
I've had the radio only a few days, and I really love it. In the shack for a shakedown cruise, I expect to put it int he car soon. I enjoy being able to use my cell phone as a speaker-mic from the other end of the house. Installing the Android software took a while and I had to add a different file manager to my phone to get it to install, but that is an Android issue. This radio has tremendous possibilities for use in a bluetooth-enabled vehicle.
I was looking for a safer way to ride and still be able to communicate without removing my hands from the handlebars to transmit, and discovered this radio as a possible option. I know someone who has one and it sounded pretty good, so I bought one and installed it on my GoldWing. I purchased the radio, the Bluetooth PTT, and a good trucker's noise canceling Bluetooth headset w/boom mic, and have had very good audio and signal reports at 50Mph in the wind. The radio is easy to program and operate, and the FM receiver is nice. As with most new technologies, there are some minor quirks, but overall, this radio works well and seems to be a good option for a motorcycle. I live in New England, and it’s still a little too cold to ride, so I really haven't had a good chance to try it at length, but so far I'm very happy with it. Recommendations: Use an Android device and invest in a good noise canceling Bluetooth headset for better receive and transmit audio quality. No Regrets!
I discovered this gem of a radio on YouTube and after watching the 3 videos Dan posted, I called and ordered one. I wanted a keep it simple stupid (DMR Not!) analog radio that is easy to program, of good quality, sufficient power, and affordable that could be installed easily in a modern Car or motorcycle. This worked for me. Buy two way is great. They care about there customers and offer a good selection of radio related stuff. Watch the videos and help me keep Analog alive!
Scott, Oxford CT
I have had more problems trying to get this radio to work as advertised.
The only reason I didn't give this radio 5 stars is there are a few bugs in the software. But there is a Facebook group that has additional documentations, and great support from other users. The company is also open to suggestions and issues. The software has internet chat rooms that can be created or joined with and without passwords. The twist is not only is this a internet chat room, you can link a tx and rx frequency or repeater to this group and everyone can hear and talk over the local frequency or repeater with not being local to the chat rooms owner. Being able to use a BT PTT mic is fantastic also I've been on the radio and in my kitchen either using the BT mic or my phone connected to the radio. Great little radio and a great price for all the features.
Great little radio and so easy to program using my android tablet, and it sounds and works great too.
This little radio is new technology but easy to use and program with your cell phone, or tablet. Power and clarity are great, Around town it is great. On trips you can do your research on repeater along your travel route and create a region or several regions for your trip. Each region has spots for 16 frequencies/repeaters.
Awesome technology and inexpensive.
Great Job VGC!
I have had a difficult time connecting with the Android software. It connects ti IOS easier. It is malfunctioning and transmitting intermittently to the point I had to turn it off and not sure what to do with it next. I think they need to work out some kinks with the software.