AnyTone AT-D878UVII Plus

$ 299.99

 

"The 878UVII is now my favorite radio. They took the best parts of the 878 added a few features and upgraded memory... I like the new feel and look of the updated 878. Highly recommend." - Ron KB9ZB

 

The AnyTone AT-D878UVII Plus offers:

    • BridgeCom University Access ($97 Value—FREE with your purchase) Beginner-to-expert training that walks you through your new device, answering core questions like, “What is DMR and how do I operate on it?” and “How do I program and use my new radio?”
    • Dual band with Analog and DMR capability so you can have one radio for everything
    • APRS RX AND TX capability so you can beacon your location and see other operators on your radio too
    • 500K contact list capacity so you can have every DMR user in your radio no matter how many there are
    • Bluetooth capability for hands-free communication in your vehicle, so you can connect to your favorite Bluetooth audio device or hearing aid for added safety and convenience
    • Dedicated support team available for questions about your 878UVII Plus so that you'll always know how to use your radio.

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Customer Reviews

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Kyle Fincel
Great product from great people!

Needed tech support twice and these guys came through with flying colors.
The people make the company and this is an excellent example of a great company!
Kyle W8KMF
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Ira Wilner
Follow up on Bluetooth and PSAP earbuds - They work!

I received my new AT-D878UVII Plus today via Bridgecom/Amazon and before dealing with converting CP's from my other Anytone radios to this model I wanted to see if it would pair successfully with my PSAP earbuds. And yes it does with both my Olive Pro and IQ Buds Max. But getting them to pair with the radio can be tricky. For the radio to see the earbud you have to put the bud into pairing mode. For the IQ Buds you have to touch both of them for five seconds and then click on BT Pairing menu option Seek BT. And vola, the IQ Bud name will show up as paired. I could not locate any information about the way to get the Olive Pro buds into pairing mode, but I did accidently find the way. You keep the buds in their charger but flip the flip cover open and the charging bar-graph should show a chase pattern. Then pressing the Seek BT option and the radio will find and pair it. My next review will be after I load a CP and test the BT audio and earbud mics with DMR Parrot.

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Timothy Tapio
Steep learning cuve

As any multi-featured radio it's not quite "plug and play" for us older folks...but I'm learning the ins and outs as I go...

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William Mercer
Just Starting

I'm just getting into the hobby and haven't passed the test yet. I'm really enjoy learning the radio and aspects of DMR.

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Ira Wilner
Anytone HT's have a great tradition from their earlier analog to their latest DMR hand held

I originally owned an Anytone analog HT that was very sweet. Excellent sensitivity and selectivity. So, when they came out with the 868UV I knew it would be a fine radio and it is.
The AT-878UVIIPlus is their latest engineering marvel with product leading DMR specifications. Mine is on its way. So, a full review shall have to wait. Aside from the limited APRS capability in analog mode that others have bemoaned, the only issue I've found with the Anytone direct conversion DSP receiver is a propensity to briefly drop out analog audio from sources such as NWR. Not sure why that happens. I've seen the same issue with other radio brands that are also not superhet in design. I have two reasons for wanting the upgrade to bluetooth connectivity of this latest model. First is better waterproofing when you do not have to open the connector access cover and insert an external wired headset or speaker-mic. Second is becoming hard of hearing and my use of PSAP's (personal hearing devices with BT capability, not necessarily hearing aides) and desiring ability to hear one's surroundings while also having direct audio from the radio. Two wins. The better earbud PSAP's provide voice pickup for cell phone use and in this case substitutes for the HT's own mic..