Yesterday we showed how useless quality control was on the Midland Mini. Just having RF Gain in AM mode on a “multi-norm” radio. Meaning if you only sell it in a market where customers don’t care about quality then your good. But in 2017 a radio that’s obviously shouldn’t be sold when it’s actually not complete hits the market.
I bought 2 dongles and 2 microphones based on dealer email telling me that the microphone changed channels as had up/dwn. And just guess what? The microphone has volume, no channel change at all. Below part of the email about one Dongle.
We the customers need to rise up against stupid! Radio doesn’t do what it should do. Doesn’t work as expected. Dealers, I’ve asked 2 and both told me same story. But both manuals show it’s not a valid arguement.
Let’s check the statistics for the cost of lies
€158.90 For two radios
€230 For two dongles and 2 microphones
€30 Shipping for the above
The radios don’t work as designed due to pathetic lack of QC in sample
Bluetooth control where you still need look down at the mike to change channels?
And the audio is how to explain for all to understand
AM = Absolutely worst of any current multinorm
FM = Clear, but sounds with hint of reverb due to Bluetooth and time lag
Midland shows arrogance, lack of any real care, quality control. It’s like with the Midland XT they released that was beyond absolute useless on SSB. Now 2017 “The Junk Continues”
So now I’ll post all these comments to Midland Europe.
Question 1: What are you going to do about it?
Question 2: You’ve let your customers down (again) How you going to resolve all the issues?
Since the recording of the video I’ve made two over the air reports and was told on both occasions the FM is super clear, but sounds with reverb and on AM it was really not good and almost impossible to understand.
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