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    Default My dept is looking for new handheld radios.

    My dept. is in the market for new handhelds, what brand and models do you use? how do they perform? would you recomend them?
    we currently have the Kenwood TK-372G and they are about 8 years old and are starting to wear out. Any imput would be of great help.

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    Bendix king DPH510SX $1500 For one of the toughest radios ever made.
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    We have the Motorola XTS 1500.

    Solid radio, no issues.
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