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AnyTone AT-D878UV PLUS is a GREAT Radio - Review by Phil W

There are other features that are very much like programming a $7k Motorola commercial radio....

I happened to buy a Yaesu FT3DR around the same time I bought the 878, so I've done a lot of comparisons between them. IMO, the 878 is a much better radio in spite of being less than half the price.....

I'm completely happy with my 878. It feels good in my hand, and the audio quality is excellent....

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Jason Goeschs Story

Jason Goeschs Story

“Last fall I got diagnosed with bulbar onset ALS. So I am trying to do as much with my kids as I can. The old micor repeater we had was damaged by lightening that came in on the AC mains through the power supply. So that's why we got the BridgeCom repeater."
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Rick De Oreo N5GI AnyTone 878 Plus Testimonial

Rick De Oreo N5GI AnyTone 878 Plus Testimonial

"Wow, thank you again!

My only regret is not engaging with you sooner!

I've been playing with DMR for almost two years, learning by trial and error, which can be fun but sometimes frustrating, course the school of hard knocks can be the best teacher!

I've got TYT handhelds and mobiles and Connect System mobiles, but now that I have the Anytone, this is the first DMR radio I've used that is really geared toward us Hams, and has many of the features the other brands lack...

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Mic for my Kenwood Tri-Band HT

Mic for my Kenwood Tri-Band HT

I purchased this Mic for my Kenwood Tri-Band HT. It works great. The Mic has a good weight to it and the swivel-clip is strong and locks into your desired position. The Mic's coiled cord is a good length where you do not feel restricted. The sound quality is great as opposed to some other mics that I've heard. I am very pleased with this purchase. I have not used it in the rain yet but I'm confident that it will work fine based on the quality of this product. This was my first purchase from BridgeCom and I will not hesitate to purchase other items in the future.
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Bridgecom BCM-220

Bridgecom BCM-220

Solidly built single band mobile for 222 MHz bands. Easy to program from the panel and microphone. For the eight channels in use in my region, I did not need the programming cable or software. This unit is used as a base station and replaces a 30 ish year- old Kenwood TM-3530A, which had died again. BCM-220 has great Rx and Tx audio, sensitive receiver, and works well so far. My other option was the TYT TH-9000 single bander. Several of my friends have those and like them, but the very mixed reviews on e-ham and other sites discouraged me from going that route. I have been seeing the Bridgecom ads in QST for quite a while and decided to try this radio out. I think it may be the only one around here, don't know of others yet. I will probably take it to a couple of club meetings to show. Was planning on Elmira Hamfest, as usual, but got sick and stayed home. Heard from friends it was cold, rainy, windy, and under- attended... Too bad... That is the best one around upstate NY these days. 73s
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