I’m going to say it as nobody else will. Takes the piss out of customers selling a new radio then add on something in some cases a day or week after buying it. In these economic times indeed some sellers make a mug or stupid out of customers! Should be able return all these out of date radios and get new by return!
No matter who sells it. Jokers in these times when things are pinched. Waste of space
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It’s now possible to update “old” 6900V Plus, Anytone AT-5555N Plus and KPO DX-5000 Plus-Versions with this 5kHz-Clarifier-Step…. only ask your (well informed, I hope) local dealer 😉
Thanks Markus you’ll never believe how many emails I’ve had about this. Thanks Thanks 😇
This is a software thing… we dont need to return boxes, we need user updatable radios. You know, like all the other electronics around us…
And with a standard cable, not an exotic cable/software pair.
This is not rocket-science.
You can easily update 7900v with cable but with 6900v it’s different. Having asked around the answer is the same so far. Contact and send to CRT and ask them to update it! Home update isn’t supported and seems will not be for some long time so am told today via Spain
Can anybody tell me why this magic 5KHz-Step seems soooo ordinary necessary on a radio, which is to 99.9% used by cb export users (which take the 10kHz for AM/FM and fine tuning (1kHz) for SSB? Asking for this imaginary friend – you know 😉
SSB where people go 560, 440 etc and easier than turning clarifier 5 times maybe..
Think it’s niche but easier for zero frequencies
There is not possible make update to latest firmware with 5kHz step?
At the moment no
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