I've only ever heard of a couple reports about the original issue on this model. Are you sure it simply does not need charged (Run it for a couple days)?
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On 9/13/2020 2:53 PM, Mark Lewin wrote:
While it's informative and enjoyable to read everyone's comments about
the Home Patrol 2, it appears to me as if the thread has been hijacked.
The original thread concerned Uniden service turnaround, in general, and
specifically for the HP2.
I'm still asking for anyone with relevant information to comment about
that original post
On Sun, Sep 13, 2020 at 2:46 PM The Doctor [412/724/301/703/415/510]
<@drwho <mailto:@drwho>> wrote:
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On Saturday, September 12, 2020 11:57 PM, Anthony Cardenas
<wa6igj@... <mailto:wa6igj@...>> wrote:
* My HomePatrol 2 is about 2 months and while it does function, A little signal processing through sox (http://sox.sourceforge.net/)
the overall "audio quality" is poor at best. Of all the scanners
I've ever owned, since Regency (vacuum tubes), Midland (manual
dial), Bearcat 250's Radio Shacks and more; this HomePatrol 2
audio is simply the worst.
might help with that.
* Although I set it's range to 10 miles, I still receive stations Nice. I'll have to look into this unit.
more than 20 miles away... and no, those stations are not local
* Also, it was disappointing to discover (too late) that Uniden Someone has to have figured out the procedure they use to unlock
demands another $50.00 to "fully enable" the services my Home
Patrol 2 SHOULD scan right out of the box after setup!
Receiving a crippled high-dollar scanner was a very unhappy
experience and I wonder how many other HomePatrol 2 owners feel
those features and posted them somewhere. Now you've got me curious.
The Doctor [412/724/301/703/415/510]
The old world is dying, and the new world struggles to be born. Now
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