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AnyTone DMR Radio Buyer's Guide: 878 Handheld VS 578 Mobile

AnyTone DMR Radio Buyer's Guide: 878 Handheld VS 578 Mobile

To successfully make a QSO in today’s world of amateur radio, you must have a quality DMR radio. The two radios that have been most helpful in doing this are the AnyTone 878 Plus and the AnyTone 578 Mobile.

But, understanding the differences between these radios can be time-consuming. So we thought, “How can we help make this decision a little less stressful?” 

In today’s video, we’ll discuss these two AnyTone radios in detail, the unique differences between them, and help you decide which one is right for you.

Every Hams situation is different, but with this video, you’ll be in a better position to choose the radio right for you. So are you looking to upgrade to an AnyTone DMR radio? Click below to order yours today.

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заработок на стейкинге - September 2, 2021

I was looking through some of your articles on this internet site and I conceive this site is very instructive! Keep posting.

Len AD8FK - September 2, 2021

You overlooked the BEST option; choose both. 😀

It can be a challenge to install a mobile in modern vehicle without drilling holes into modern car with limited space. My installation works well in my Odessey. And Is quick and simple to remove / reinstall when using as base station, and is Easy to read and operate controls. This beats having a removable head.
I would be happy to send pics with explanation that you can share.
Len. 248-506-3749

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