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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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Works Flawlessly

Works Flawlessly

The repeater I purchased is working flawlessly. It's currently set up for GMRS. But could be changed to the 70cm Ham Band if needed. Fantastic product!
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Excellent repeater-Excellent company.

Excellent repeater-Excellent company.

I involved with large repeater system in Southern California. We have a number of old Harris and Kenwood repeaters. We were looking for new repeaters to replace our old worn-out equipment. After looking at the various choices we decided to try the Bridgecom repeater on 440 Mhz. It has turned out to be an excellent choice. The repeater was shipped the same day the order was placed. The unit was tested on arrival and work perfectly. The repeater truly plug-and-play. A week later I asked Bridgecom to make up a special cable for one of our NHRC-10 controllers. The company shipped the cable three days later. The support from the folks at Bridgecom is outstanding. I called a couple of times with questions and you could really tell that they cared about customer service and wanted everything to be perfect. I'm sure in the future we will buy more Bridgecom repeaters to replace our older equipment.
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Easy Does it

Easy Does it

We have several makes and models of repeaters out in the field. BCR 50-v by far the easiest to get up and running. We most likely will buy more after we let this one run for a bit.
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