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Reviews Categories | Receivers: Scanners | Commtel Com 104 Help


Reviews Summary for Commtel Com 104
Commtel Com 104 Reviews: 1 Average rating: 2.0/5 MSRP: $discontinued (90 when new)
Description: This Product Comtel Com 104 is handheld, has the Ref.-No. B110H and the Products Barcode is 5 021196 067122. Features: 20 programable Channels plus 1 Monitor Channel, Search Function, Lock-out Function, Keylock, BNC Antenna Conector, flexible Rubber-Duck Antenna, two Second scan Delay and built in Charging Circuit for the six nicd rechargable Batteries. This Scanner has two Power Conectors, one is stated as for Charging the Battiers and one for an external Power Supply. Frequency Coverage: 66-88Mhz, 137-174MHz and 380MHz-512MHz in FM only. A Soft Cover made of Plastic is provided together with this Product.
Product is in production.
More info: http://www.cbradio.cz/scanner/commtel.php3#com104
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DL7ISA Rating: 2/5 Sep 21, 2008 15:11 Send this review to a friend
Some cheap Scanner  Time owned: more than 12 months
I bought this Scanner Years ago new for 179 DM (Deutsche Mark), before our Currency changed from DM (Deutsche Mark) to Euro. Today that money would be about 90 Euro. Mine has the Serial-Number C004212.

Stronger Signals nearby the listening Frequncy give a lot of QRM and on a Hilltop when the Signals come in even stronger, this Problem becomes MASSIVE (even with that small Rubber-Duck Antenna). A Scanner even in this Price class shouldnt be that bad.

The Receiver is not sensitive like the FT-817ND and fails to pick up Signals the FT-817ND can hear strong and clear. However, I could hear a local Repeater with this Scanner and some other local Stations.

The pin in the external Power Supply Slot broke long time ago, although I handle Equipment carefully, CHEAP JUNK !
 


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