Midland GXT760VP4 2-Way Radios

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The rugged Midland GXT760VP4 2-way radios offer 42 channels of powerful 2-way communication. Water-resistant housings help prevent damage from light water exposure. Talk on both Family Radio Service (FRS) and General Mobile Radio Service (GMRS); 42 channels with 142 privacy codes provide 4,356 options. High power transmits and receives up to 34 mi. (per manufacturer); range is based on an unobstructed line of sight between you and another radio operator in good weather. Power is automatically reduced to a half-watt across FRS-only channels (2-mi. range), enabling radios to talk to all existing FRS 2-way radios. High, medium and low power settings control transmission power to conserve battery life. Receives all government-operated NOAA weather broadcasts and NOAA All Hazard Alert Radio. eVOX voice activation with 5 sensitivity levels lets you talk hands-free when used with or without optional accessories. 10 call alerts and a vibrate mode alert your friends before you start speaking. Also features weather scan, channel scan, auto squelch, ''roger'' beep, silent operation and mic and headphone jacks. Bright LCD backlight makes the display easy to read in the dark. Keypad lock protects your personalized settings. Rechargeable batteries included; can also operate on 4 AA batteries (sold separately). Midland GXT760VP3 2-way radios come with dual desk charger, AC adapter, belt clips and owner's manual.


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The Midland GXT760VP4 2-Way Radios is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen May 22, 2012 at REI.

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