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81. Motorola XU2100 Business 2-Way
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82. Motorola T6220 AA 2-Way Radio
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83. Motorola XV2600 Business 2-Way
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84. Motorola/GI 518022-001-00 802.11G
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85. Motorola FV500R Talkabout Rechargeable
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86. Motorola T4800 Two Pack 2-Way
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87. AT&T 1430 2.4 Ghz Cordless
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88. Motorola T4500 AA Alkaline GMRS
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89. Morotola MA561 5.8GHz Analog Cordless
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90. Motorola MA300 2.4GHz Cordless
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91. Motorola 485757-001-00 Simplefi
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92. Motorola MA551 5.8Ghz Analog Cordless
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93. Motorola T5720 GMRS/FRS 2-Way
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94. Motorola T5820 2-Way Radio AA
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95. Motorola XU2600 Business 2-Way
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96. MOTOROLA 98480 Lithium Ion Battery
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97. Motorola/GI 518074-001-00 802.11G
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98. Self Install Car Kit for Motorola
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99. MOTOROLA Customizable Headset
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100. MOTOROLA 98481 Lithium Ion Battery

81. Motorola XU2100 Business 2-Way Radio

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Asin: B00006RVTJ
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Motorola
Sales Rank: 27737
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Amazon.com Product Description

This Motorola 2-way radio is a professional grade communication tool. Thissix channel radio offers a full two watts of power giving you a six mile range. If you'reworking indoors, this translates to 250,000 square feet or twenty floors. To meet yourworking conditions, the radio is shock, dust and weather proof, meeting mil-spec 810 andIP54 specifications. Other features include: fifty-six VHF frequencies, thirty-eight analogand eighty-three digital interference codes, keypad and manager lock, VOX with threesensitivity levels, three scramble settings and a charging unit. The rechargeable batteryoperates for up to thirteen hours, while the AA batteries operates for up to twenty hours.

What's in the Box
One XU2100 radio, NiMH rechargeable battery, desk charger, swivel belt clips, usermanual and a one year warranty. ... Read more

Features

  • 2-way professional-grade radio for business or personal use
  • 2 watts of power, 6 channels, 6-mile outdoor range
  • Indoor range of 250,000 square feet or 20 floors
  • 56 VHF frequencies; VOX capable with 3 sensitivity levels
  • Rechargeable battery operates for 13 hours; AA batteries last 20 hours

82. Motorola T6220 AA 2-Way Radio (Graphite Black)
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list price: $54.99
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Asin: B00005LPS5
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Motorola
Sales Rank: 10946
Average Customer Review: 4.14 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

The small, compact Motorola Talkabout T6220 allows you to keep in touch with others within a range of up to two miles. With 14 channels and 38 privacy codes, this graphite black Family Radio Service (FRS) two-way radio screens out interference from other radios.

The T6220 features 8 weather channels to provide up-to-the-minute reports and alerts on weather conditions. Additionally, it has VibraCall alert--which vibrates the radio to notify you of incoming calls--10 selectable call tones, and a visual indicator that lets you know when other radios are out of range. Its weather-resistant design assures that you can take it into almost any environment without any worries.

This radio requires three AA batteries (not included) for up to 30 hours of operation. Other features include channel scan and the Eavesdrop Reducer, whichkeeps anyone physically nearby from listening in on your transmissions. The Talkabout T6220 is covered by a one-year warranty. ... Read more

Features

  • 14 channels
  • 2-mile range
  • 38 sub-channels
  • 8 NOAA weather channels
  • 10 audible call tones

Reviews (14)

5-0 out of 5 stars Nice features- good price - caveat regarding rechargables
I've owned several Motorola radios in past and these are best yet. Rather than repeat things mentioned in other reviews, let me add a few new things.

First the weather radio thing is really handy. It's nice while driving to be able to get the latest forcast and severe weather update.

Second, the QT (QuieT6000) feature is deluxe. If you are using these things in a congested area, like theme parks, even with all the channels and codes you may find others on "your" channel. What the QT feature does is give you another layer exclusivity. If your curious about how this works you can read about it on Motorola's web site.

Thirdly, the vibrate feature is nice for a call tone. When you're at a noisy themepark, this comes in handy.

Lastly, and very importantly, if you are using rechargable batteries with this radio, be sure to change the settings on the radio to indicate this! Otherwise your radio will give you low battery warnings after only 2 hours of use (and you'll think your rechargables are going bad). It took me a while to figure out what was going on.

All and all I love the radios and would highly suggest them. And I'm glad I'm not the only one that likes plain black radios (I'm one of those function over design guys, I guess).

...KP

4-0 out of 5 stars Solid radio for a reasonable price...
It's a common rule of thumb that, when others claim that 'theirs is just as good as or better than...', chances are that they're comparing 'theirs' to a widely acknowledged benchmark in performance and quality; so it is with FRS radios that claim to be 'just as good as or better than' a Motorola. Considering the price (and compared to numerous lesser quality radios on the market), there's really no reason to compromise by purchasing an FRS radio made by anyone other than Motorola. In particular, the T6220 packs an abundance of useful features into a user friendly package. For those of you (myself included) who were growing weary of FRS radios looking like they were designed by Dr. Seuss, there's no confusing a graphite black T6220 as anything but 'communications equipment'. A reviewer's comment about the microphone being poorly placed (and subject to being covered by the user's thumb) is, in my opinion, a non-issue; I have a 'regular' sized adult hand and - even when I try - it's difficult to entirely cover the microphone port when holding the radio as you would during use. Transmit audio is above average and receive audio is average for a two-way radio in this price range (if a received signal sounds 'mushy' when using a T6220, chances are it's because the person at the other end is talking too close to their microphone). If there was to be a legitimate criticism of the T6220's design, I would say that it would be of the battery compartment cover and its latching mechanism. The cover itself fails to achieve a tight fit against the lower portion of the radio when in the 'closed' position; as a result, there seems to be an inordinate (1mm approx) gap between where the lower half of the cover meets the main body of the radio (a problem which has nothing to do with battery type, since it occurs even when there is no battery installed). But this is, after all, a non-commercial/non-military radio; for its price, Motorola has provided everyday users with a terrific product that's clearly a 'notch above'.

2-0 out of 5 stars poorly designed
Problems:
Battery door didn't fit tight. Pushed hard and it still stuck out as if poorly manufactured. The first day I used the radio, the battery cover fell off somewhere and now the radio is useless unless I wrap rubber bands around the body to keep the batteries from also falling out. Motorola's excellent battery cover on its first Talkabouts misled me when buying the T6250 into thinking this too was well designed. I wouldn't buy another one.

It also didn't receive transmissions from other peopled' FSRs. I've had the older Talkabout 250 and the newer T6250 both turned on but only the 250 would receive those transmissions.

Don't buy this radio; Motorola discontinued it for some reason and I suspect we've identified two of the reasons.

Sure, some of the features are nice. But the flaws make those benefits hard to enjoy.

5-0 out of 5 stars Motorola reliability
These radios really lived up to my expectations. For starters, the transmition clarity is quite good. It can get scratchy when you are really far appart or when you are in the mountains with alot of clouds. Fairs, expos, museums, wherever these radios keep us in touch.

I've been using these when I go up snowboarding, and my family is always able to keep in touch regardless where we are on the mountain. In fact I've often picked up conversations from the next resort over! The radios are also slightly water resistant.

These radios also have Motorola durability, I've dropped them many a times, and no problems. The weather radio (NOAA) is useful for picking up very accurate and regularly updated weather reports from the National Weather Service. The battery door does feel like it's not seated correctly and seems like it will pop off. I've only had a door pop off once or twice and we never lost the door. The Eavesdrop eliminator, (which is an aditional 3 encryption codes) really helps to prevent crosstalk when using them in crowded enviroments when other people might also be using FRS radios. These models also have a VibraCall (vibrating alert) which when used along with the QT200, the radio will silence itself, and when someone calls, it will vibrate. Only until you respond will the radio speaker become active.

A great investment for a low price. I'd highly reccomend buying a set. Also, if you have other FRS (Family Radio Service) radios that aren't Motorola, don't worry, they are all cross-compatable.

4-0 out of 5 stars T6220 Surprise!
I purchased a pair of T6220's this past year and they have proven to be a better performer than I had anticipated. In fact I purchased an additional pair for my hunting friends. The ability to turn off certain features you didn't want or like such as the 'Roger Beep'is a plus! These units worked extremely well in all of my treks through the woods, canyon and draws. I was able to keep in touch with others with little problem.

I do recommend making or puchasing a case for their protection. The face plate seems to scratch easily.

The only drawback I discovered was the small buttons are difficult to activate with gloves. Other than that I would highly recommend the T6220's to those roaming the great outdoors. ... Read more


83. Motorola XV2600 Business 2-Way Radio
list price: $329.00
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Asin: B00008JOML
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Motorola
Sales Rank: 22809
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Amazon.com Product Description

This Motorola 2-way radio is a professional grade communication tool. Thissix channel radio offers a full two watts of power giving you a six mile range. If you'reworking indoors, this translates to 250,000 square feet or twenty floors. To meet yourworking conditions, the radio is shock, dust and weather proof, meeting mil-spec 810 andIP54 specifications. Other features include: fifty-six VHF frequencies, thirty-eight analogand eighty-three digital interference codes, keypad and manager lock, VOX with threesensitivity levels, three scramble settings and a charging unit. The rechargeable batteryoperates for up to thirteen hours, while the AA batteries operates for up to twenty hours.

What's in the Box
One XV2600 radio, NiMH rechargeable battery, desk charger, swivel belt clips, usermanual and a one year warranty. ... Read more

Features

  • 2-way professional-grade radio for business or personal use
  • 2 watts of power, 6 channels, 6-mile outdoor range
  • Indoor range of 250,000 square feet or 20 floors
  • 56 VHF frequencies; VOX capable with 3 sensitivity levels
  • Rechargeable battery operates for 13 hours; AA batteries last 20 hours

84. Motorola/GI 518022-001-00 802.11G Cable/dsl Rtr with switch

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Asin: B0006OCZJY
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Motorola/GI
Sales Rank: 66276
Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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Product Description

Performance Enhanced

Want to network your home or small office? Torn between the flexibility of wireless access and the speed of wired connections? Look no further. Motorola's WR850GP Wireless Broadband Router is built with both an 802.11g wireless access point and a 4-port Ethernet router. It's wireless. It's wired. It's the foundation of a truly customized network and it's full of options.

Connected users can share files, pictures, peripherals, printers and more with everyone else on the network. Even better, by connecting a broadband modem (cable, DSL or other), they can also share a single high speed Internet connection. That's everyone online, all surfing different sites, all at the same time.

With built-in Performance Enhancement technology, the WR850GP gives you an extra boost to make the most of your wireless network. Just match it with Performance Enhanced peripherals and enjoy sharing information across your network up to 35% faster than with traditional 802.11g solutions.

Convenience Features
  • 10/100Base-T Ethernet (Wide Area Network - WAN) port to connect a broadband modem (cable, DSL or other)
  • Installation Wizard makes networking simple
  • Wireless users are free to roam almost anywhere
  • Expansive enough to cover everyone in your home or small officewired and wirelessly
  • Ethernet ports support auto-detection of appropriate signaling and auto-crossoverno need to buy special Ethernet crossover cables
  • Configures as a Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) Server to automatically assign Internet Protocol (IP) addresses
Versatility Features
  • Creates a wireless and/or wired network
  • Roam almost anywhere up to 328 feet inside the home and up to 1312 feet outside
  • Room to expand and add users and peripheralswired or wirelessly
  • Connect a game console to play competitors on the network or over the ... Read more

    Reviews (1)

    5-0 out of 5 stars Terrific High-Quality Router
    I did quite a bit of research on wireless routers before purchasing one through Amazon.I wanted something that was a high-quality product that didn't have a lot of mixed/bad reviews... and I found that Motorola had terrific reviews and was also putting out the latest versions of wireless technology.

    I am not sure how familiar you are with the wireless networks, but the "standard" version of the wireless radio waves is called: 802.11b which operates at about 11Mbps, if I remember correctly.Now, however, there is an 802.11g technology out that is about 54 bps, which most establishments will be upgrading to in the near future.This means that the transfer rate of information over the radio waves is supposedly increased about 5 times faster with the new technology.So looking ahead, I wanted a router that would use the newer technology... and also still "talk" with the older standard, which some "Hot Spots" such as Starbucks are still currently using.

    After looking at the mostly terrible reviews of other manufacturers, I settled on the newest Motorola wireless broadband router, model 850gp which uses the 802.11g technology, and also has "Performance Enhancement" technology over their 850g model.

    I originally was going to use an older Belkin 802.11b wireless card that my husband had used several years ago at college, but after many hours of grief trying to get it to work... and calling Motorola's Customer Support (very helpful and nice folks by the way), and Belkin's Customer Support (pretty useless...), we found out that the school's networking gurus had actually physically changed the IP address on the Belkin card, which means "its really trash" in other words.;)It was nice at least to find out that there was nothing wrong with the Motorola router, and there was nothing wrong with the way I had set the software up... it was just that the Belkin card had been specially modified to use only the school's wireless service.

    Therefore, I went to Amazon and ordered a new Motorola 802.11gp wireless card to go along with the new router.Once it arrived, after a relatively short time period setting up the software, the new Motorola router and card were up and running.Moral of the story... although it is possible to use a mix, it will save you a lot of time and heartache if you use the same BRAND of wireless router and wireless card for your computers... as then the Customer Support people can easily help you if you should need them.

    How the Motorola router software works, is that there is a CD that comes with the router to set it up initally on your computer.Then after the "basic" setup, the CD software directs you to a website that actually configures the security settings of the router to your personal home use/needs.Therefore, I strongly suggest that once you have set-up the basic CD software, you go through the UserGuide step by step to make sure you have your Security Settings how you want them.There are also several additonal features you may/maynot be interested in, for instance, you can set-up a gaming machine like XBOX to work wirelessly through the router.And there is a Parental Control setup if you want it for children.Also, there are 4 hardwire connection ports on the router, so you can have 4 different computers/printers/etc. to use the same Internet connection, if you don't want to use wireless cards.

    The Motorola wireless card is very similar in easy basic software setup, with a CD that comes with it for installation.Although I would suggest installing the card software before setting-up the router, I don't remember the card software directing you to an Internet website... just the router.

    Hope this helps! ... Read more


85. Motorola FV500R Talkabout Rechargeable GMRS / FRS 2-Way Radio with 5 Mile Range
list price: $49.99
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Asin: B0009GUZ5K
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Motorola
Sales Rank: 12558
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Product Description

ALKALINE10 MILE *NIC* ... Read more

Features

  • QT (Quiet Talk) interruption filter
  • 1.0 watt power delivers a range of up to 8 miles
  • 22 channels, each with 121 privacy codes for 2,662 combinations
  • 11 hr. NiMH estimated talk time
  • iVOX hands-free communication without the need of an audio accessory

86. Motorola T4800 Two Pack 2-Way Radios with 3 Mile Range
list price: $39.99
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Asin: B00024DIFI
Catlog: Sports
Manufacturer: Motorola
Sales Rank: 10767
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Product Description

This Motorola® T4800 2-pack features 2-way radios with a 3-mile range and 22 channels. Each radio also boasts 5 audible call tones, a battery meter indicator, a backlit display, and a removable swivel belt clip. ... Read more

Features

  • 7 GMRS/FRS channels, 7 FRS channels and 8 GMRS channels
  • Transmits up to 3 miles
  • 5 audible call tones with talk confirmation tone
  • Transmit LED with keypad lock
  • Battery meter indicator with low battery alert

87. AT&T 1430 2.4 Ghz Cordless Telephone with Caller ID/Call Waiting
list price: $49.99
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Asin: B000069YXQ
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: AT&T
Sales Rank: 26493
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Features

  • Adjustable Ringer Volume
  • 2.4 GHz / Dual Band Transmission
  • 50 Name / Number Memory
  • Page / Handset Locator
  • Programmable Ringer

88. Motorola T4500 AA Alkaline GMRS 2-Way Radios (Pair)
list price: $29.99
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Asin: B00009LI4Z
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Motorola
Sales Rank: 9781
Average Customer Review: 3 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

Weighing in at only .13 lbs, these radios will rest nicely inside a pocket orpurse. With twenty-two total channels (seven GMRS/FRS, seven FRS and eight GMRS)you'll have plenty of options to contact friends or family. The weather resistant housinggives you the option to have the radios out in minimal weather conditions. Other featuresinclude audible call tone, audible low battery alert and talk confirmation. Remember thatwith GMRS channel capability you'll need a FCC license before beginning operations.

What's in the Box
Two T4500 radios, belt clips, user manual and a one year warranty. ... Read more

Features

  • 22 Channels
  • 500 mW Transmit Power
  • Scan
  • AudibleCall Tone
  • Audible Low Battery Alert

Reviews (3)

4-0 out of 5 stars Great for the price!
Picked these up with some X-mas money, mainly for play use with my 4yr old son, with some minor utility while out with the family.

For the kids, and light usage, they can't be beat considering the price. I did take them to the mall, and frequently had people on the same channels, as well as reception issues (it's a big concrete structure after all).

But for walking around the neighborhood, going to a park, or maybe usage in a department store, they serve their purpose well.

If you're looking for more heavy duty, longer range, high-security 2-way's, these aren't for you.

If you want simple, easy to use, light usage radios, this is your best bet.

4-0 out of 5 stars Bought a per to travel yellowstone nt park
Being a ham operater I also have a need to be able to track small children and also use to have car to car comunications we found the units good for both uses. the smallness made them most useful while hikeings and for keeping tabs on the kids. I would recomend to anyone.

1-0 out of 5 stars Nice size, poor performance.
I picked up pair a month or so ago from a local "Mart." Nicely sized, however, no sub-code feature makes these units almost unusable in any type of crowded (theme park) venue. In addtion, the speaker quality was poor. Frequent message repeats were required to communicate effectively. Pass. ... Read more


89. Morotola MA561 5.8GHz Analog Cordless Phone with Digital Answering Machine-Silver
list price: $59.99
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Asin: B0007YJ4K6
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Motorola
Sales Rank: 31016
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Features

  • Digital Answering Machine
  • 15 Minute Message Storage
  • Handset Message Access
  • 10 SpeedDial Locations

90. Motorola MA300 2.4GHz Cordless Phone (Black)
list price: $49.99
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Asin: B000069E1O
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Motorola
Sales Rank: 10896
Average Customer Review: 3.91 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • 2.4 GHz analog technology for increased range and clarity
  • 10 speed-dial memory presets
  • Flash, last number redial, mute
  • Belt clip, wall mount hardware included
  • Stylish, modern black design

Reviews (11)

2-0 out of 5 stars It'll drive you crazy
This Motorola phone is light weight and nice to grip, but the "mute" button is in the WRONG place. If you have any hint of cheek bones, you will constantly be pressing against the "mute" button and sending your talker into the land of aloneness. You then have to take the phone away from your ear to see where to press it, this time with your finger, to get your talker back who has been oblivious the whole time and talking away. A terrible design. The range doesn't seem that great either, basically the same as my 900 hz (or whatever) phone from before. Probably worth it to invest more $ for a better phone.

5-0 out of 5 stars I love it because it works
I bought two other 2.4ghz phones that I returned, one a GE, one an off-brand named Curtis. Neither had decent reception in rooms away from the base station. The reception with this phone is excellent all over our rather large house. I have not had the problem,described in other reviews, with the mute button accidentally getting hit by your cheekbone, though I can see how it could happen, especially if you happened to have an overly large zit in the wrong place. The mute button beeps when you press it, though, so you should know.

1-0 out of 5 stars Run, Run, as fast as you can
People I talk to say the sound is horrible. Sounds like I'm in a tin can. I hear my voice as an annoying echo when I talk. The battery cover keeps falling off. It's going to the garage where I hope to run over it.

2-0 out of 5 stars Take a pass
I have owned this phone for awhile. The range is worse than my 900 MHz phone and the battery cover keeps slipping off. Good look and feel to it but that's it.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great phone replacement
I had a Panasonic cordless phone. It lasted me a while, but the battery now needs replacement, since it can barely hold a charge. I could buy another battery for about $17, but why not spend a few more dollars and buy a whole new phone. I bought this phone. Just my luck, the phone uses the same battery as my old Panasonic (which means, expensive battery replacement). The battery type is 3.6V 600 mAh.

Somebody mentioned that when dialing, it makes no noise so you know it has been dialed. Actually, it does make noise through the receiver. However, if you dial at arm's length, you won't hear it.

One thing I did not like was the low ring tone. However, after opening and reading the manual, I found out that there were 2 different ring tones. Although they almost sound alike, one is louder than the other. Therefore that problem was quickly solved.

The volume has an up and down switch. When you reach maximum or minimum, a noticeable sound will tell you. I only mention this because my older Panasonic had one button to adjust volume. This was annoying because I forget how many volume adjustments there are and would go from loudest to softest if I miscount.

Since the phone operates at 2.4Ghz, it is known to interfere with wireless networks and a microwave. While I do not have a wireless network, I do have a microwave :). My microwave does not interfere with the phone. The microwave is about 25 ft. from the base (of phone).

Somebody mentioned the mute button. It is hard to press it, but just in case you do, the light on the upper right corner of phone starts flashing, indicating that mute is on. ... Read more


91. Motorola 485757-001-00 Simplefi Wireless Digital Audio Receiver

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Asin: B00006OAJO
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Motorola
Sales Rank: 13119
Average Customer Review: 3.33 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Send streaming music and news content wirelessly up to 150 feet, even through most walls and floors
  • User-friendly display and wireless remote with multidirectional buttons makes navigating channels, playlists and tracks a breeze
  • Tag It! feature helps you to learn more about songs, artists, and buy CDs, concert tickets and more
  • Simple installation -attach supplied wireless adapter to your computer's USB port, connect audio cables to your home entertainment system, and install simplefi software on your PC
  • System Requirements -Pentium II 300 MHz class processor+, Windows 98SE, ME, 2000, XP, 64MB RAM+, 100MB hard disk space, CD-ROM drive, USB port, broadband Internet access (available by separate subscription)

Reviews (9)

4-0 out of 5 stars Hot Stuff
But when the rubber "hit's the road",the Kima, at $40 does the job equally well. The Kima transmits in analog of course, but you'd be suprised how little the difference is noticed.

4-0 out of 5 stars Some flaws, but does what it is supposed to do
Does what it is supposed to do: Allows you to listen to mp3's and streaming internet radio on your stereo. The interface is not perfect, mostly because it is a pain to page through every single artist or album (in alphabetic order) to get to the one you want.
On the other hand: it is wireless, and it uses an older wireless system, not the newer 802.11b or g. Believe it or not, this is an advantage. 802.11b is notoriously undependable, especially in a home environment, because it shares the same spectrum as cordless phones.
Unfortunately, it does not appear that there will be any further development on this product. The software has been at version 1.2 since I bought it months ago. But while the software could be slicker, it is fully functional, and does what it is supposed to do.
I recommend this product.

4-0 out of 5 stars With the firmware upgrade, this is an excellent product.
I have been encoding my CDs for months into 192 kb mp3s, and playing through my computer (ugh). Suffice to say, I have been looking for a DAR solution that was HQ and easy to use with my current system.

Now, I only paid $$ for this including shipping (ebay), but it would be worth the full $$$$. For starters - as another reviewer said - download the new firmware before you "discover" your mp3 files on your hard drive. I made the mistake of plowing into the install and it's clear that Motorola / Simple Devices took giant strides from 1.1 - 1.2. They new software provides all the features you need to enjoy a large music collection (shuffle, "watch folders", genre search, artist, etc.)both on the device or on your computer.

The "Tagit" feature with Muze content is an excellent way to learn more about your music, and the Internet Radio is such a plus.

Great work and enjoy this!

1-0 out of 5 stars Lousy mp3 player
Doesn't work with my wireless network and doesn't even have Ethernet ports! UI is bad, and the PC software overburdens my PC way too much. Besides, who wants an mp3 player from a cell phone company?

5-0 out of 5 stars Much better than RIO, SLIMP3 or TurtleBeach Audiotron
Before purchasing this item I compared it to the RIO and TurtleBeach Audiotron. The main thing that made the decision easy was the fact that it was wireless (no need for a phone line or network connection). While it does use an older (less crowded) wireless protocol, the sound that it provides in my home is CD Quality or near CD Quality. The sound quality is much, much better than the old 900MHz-FM audio transmitter that I was using, and now I can even change Internet Radio Stations or Tracks without having to walk to my computer. The Zapit feature is also cool. Push the Zap button and your computer will bring up information related to the song you are hearing (Song, Album and Artist Info etc...). If you plan to purchase the SimpleFi, be sure to download the latest software update. It makes setup much easier and adds the ability to play media files that were not in the original release, such as WMV, WMA etc. One TIP, during setup be sure to assign a static IP to the SimpleFi. It can prevent the SimpleFi box from temporarily loosing connection with the Wireless Network Card. A Bargain considering that I now have access to my entire (1000+) MP3 Collection, and Commercial Free Internet Radio. The only thing that would be nice in a future version would be video out to your television, so you could see track and zapit info on a big screen instead of on the tiny LCD Display. Hope this helps, John ... Read more


92. Motorola MA551 5.8Ghz Analog Cordless Phone-Silver
list price: $39.99
our price: $39.99
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Asin: B0007YJ4L0
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Motorola
Sales Rank: 73958
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Features

  • 3x4 Backlit Keypad
  • 5.8GHz Analog
  • 3-Line Backlit LCD Display
  • Caller ID with Visual Call Waiting
  • 10 Wilderness Call Ring Tones

93. Motorola T5720 GMRS/FRS 2-Way Radio (Pair, AA Batteries)
list price: $59.99
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Asin: B00009LI51
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Motorola
Sales Rank: 3497
Average Customer Review: 4 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

This pair of compact, rugged, and weather-resistant Motorola TalkAbout T5720 two-way radios helps you keep in touch with family and friends within a range of up to five miles (range varies with terrain and conditions). With 22 channels--seven joint General Mobile Service (GMRS)/Family Radio Service (FRS), seven FRS, and eight GMRS--and 38 privacy codes, you can communicate easily with minimal interference from other radios. A handy QT feature included in the T5720 offers additional noise filtering.

The T5720 offers a number of other useful features, such as a backlit LCD (great for either dark or bright conditions), a transmit LED indicator, a talk confirmation tone (akin to saying "roger" or "over"), and a minijack (.125-inch) audio plug for connecting a headset (not included). Choose from 10 audible call tones to alert you to incoming calls with phone-like convenience. The T5720 is capable of voice-activated hands-free use with optional accessories. Each radio requires three AA alkaline batteries.

What's in the Box
Two TalkAbout T5720 radios, 2 swivel belt clips, user's manual, one-year limited warranty.

Note: The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) requires that operators on General Mobile Service (GMRS) frequencies obtain an FCC license prior to use. To learn more, please visit the FCC Web site at www.fcc.gov. A GMRS license requires Form 605 and Form 159. Please note that you will be charged an application fee. Download the forms from the FCC site or call 1-800-418-FORM (1-800-418-3676). Form 605 can be filed electronically. For license questions, call the FCC at (888) 225-5322. ... Read more

Features

  • Set of 2 AA battery-powered TalkAbout radios with accessories
  • 5-mile range, 22 channels, 38 privacy codes
  • 10 audible call tones, talk-confirmation tone
  • Audible low-battery alert and battery meter
  • Voice activation (VOX) when used with optional accessory

Reviews (4)

4-0 out of 5 stars Very Decent radio
This is my first radio, I bought it last week. Used it over the long weekend in Lake George, NY. It was really useful to talk to my friend to find parking or ordering food. As cell phone coverages was not good as you go 3 to 4 mile north from village, this radio helped us a lot. I bought a AA battery model because I have bunch of NiMH (not NiCd) rechargable batteries (used for my digital camera). NiMH is FAR Superior than NiCd batteries.

3-0 out of 5 stars Not as good as i hoped
It is not as good as i hoped. Bottom line, too much batteries, (batteries are expensive) and it goes through them like a fat woman through chocolate.I will write a review on batteries as soon as i find them and boy will they get theirs.Motorola is not the best walkie talkie company. Its range is only 5 miles that five miles can make the difference between life and death when you are lost in a vietnamese jungle during the rainy season.And it is too quiet and their are not enough channels. And when you are playing mission impossible in the heating vents the range is reduced to like, 30 feet more or less. And shortly after mission impossible it ran out of batteries.

4-0 out of 5 stars Good Radios
Okay...forget what you've heard. FRS/GMRS is very limited range. You 'might' get 3-5 miles over water or open terrain, but typically much less. 1/2 mile is quite typical for ANY 500mw, 1 or even 2 watt radio. Due to the small antenna, wattage is not much help. In fact your position is the key factor, not power! Other external factors can effect range, which is why one person can't get range, while another can. Here in Queens, NY I get 1/2 to 1 mile. My friend's radios get the same. Over water on my sailboat I get MUCH more range and that's what I wanted them for. The range advantage using GMRS is small, compared to my set of regular FRS radios.
Included nicads are nice but a bit tough to get out when you want to switch to standard batteries. The charger allows you to charge just the nicads...nice. The display is hard to read when you look directly at it for some reason. Angle the unit and it's fine. These are not the smallest units around, but fit well in an adult hand and appear to be sturdy. Overall, very good units at this price point.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great 2-way radio
I have lots of experince with 2-way radios. I bought a 0.5W T5200 model long itme ago and it was a great radio. Then I lost it and got the expensive T5820 (1Watt), which was a very bad choice (see my review on it). I gave Motorola one last chance, and got the new T5720 recently (1 Watt). Great Radio. Works well, small, easy to operate, good price and superb sound quality (unlike the T5820). Go for it. ... Read more


94. Motorola T5820 2-Way Radio AA (Graphite Black/Pair)
list price: $139.99
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Asin: B00006JHYU
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Motorola
Sales Rank: 11485
Average Customer Review: 2.82 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • 5-Mile Range
  • 22 Designated GMRS/FRS Channels
  • 38 Interference Eliminator Codes
  • 10 Audible Call Tones
  • Vibra Call Alert

Reviews (11)

5-0 out of 5 stars Awesome and EXTREMELY sturdy
I purchased the T5710 model. I take these radios camping with me to stay in touch with the family. I stopped along the highway to check something and left the radio on top of the car. As I was driving off the radio fell off the top of the car and into the path of an oncoming 18 wheeler. The truck ran over the radio. The radio still worked perfectly. The range could be a little longer but i am very satisfied with my radios!!

4-0 out of 5 stars Nice well build FRS with 5 mile range
Very durable, nice feel, compact size.

1-0 out of 5 stars Underpowered, lousy
We received a pair of the T5820s as a gift. Thought these would be an upgrade to our old FRS radio. It was a downgrade! The 5-mile rating is a joke. The old FRS radios way out-perform the 5820s, and are more compatible with other radios.
Pros:
-Locking Menu Button
-Durable
Cons:
-Range
-Compatibility with other radios.

3-0 out of 5 stars Better options out there
My fiance and I play a lot of airsoft (kinda like paintball) and we use radios like this a lot. I have to say, I am not very fond of our Motorola radios! We constantly had issues with sound quality, even within short distances. Half the radios we bought ended up broken after only a few uses!

Another annoyance with the radios is the talk button - which is sunk in to the side and annoying to press, especially when you're wearing gloves! It takes a pretty hard push to activate, which I found very aggravating. We also had issues with accidentally messing with the volume all the time because of poor placement of the volume control.

These might work better for people who are not so rough on their radios, but for us they just weren't acceptable. There are much better choices out there, especially for the price!

1-0 out of 5 stars A piece of Junk from Motorola
I used 5320, 5420 2 miles range walkie talkie before, I have to say they are much better than this 5 mile range 5820. 5820 does not even go beyond one mile and voice are twisted. very dissapointed at this unit, do yourself a favor, if you need 5 miles range buy a 5720 ... Read more


95. Motorola XU2600 Business 2-Way Radio
list price: $299.99
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Asin: B00008JOMJ
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Motorola
Sales Rank: 33210
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • 2-way professional-grade radio for business or personal use
  • 2 watts of power, 6 channels, 6-mile outdoor range
  • Indoor range of 250,000 square feet or 20 floors
  • 56 VHF and 6 UHF frequencies; VOX capable with 3 sensitivity levels
  • Rechargeable battery operates for 13 hours; AA batteries last 20 hours

Reviews (1)

5-0 out of 5 stars One of the Best and Better than the Rest !
This is a very interesting radio. It replaces and way exceeds the now obsolete M-series Motorola Mu24cvs 4 channel radios. The M-series radios were so good that the XTN would have go a bit to beat them. Beat them it does.

A few points: These new radios are six (6) channels selecting from a library of 56 internal frequencies whereas the M radios were only four (4) channels selecting from a library of 8 internal frequencies. The XTN radios also can use the digital (DPL) privacy or private line codes that were not available to the M series. The XTN radios are compatible with the M series and they do work well together. Battery life is double for the XTN units: nearly 16 hours use before recharging. The old M series radios barely did 6 hours. The output power is a solid and full 2 real watts something sadly one never finds on the M series radios after only a little use. Those old guys only test out at about 1.4 watts average on the bench. The VOX really works on the newer XTN's and was pretty poor on the M series. Also VOX will work with the internal radio mic if desired which is a plus not found on the M series. The charging systems are way advanced over the M series systems and the batteries are amazing and last seemingly forever.

The bottom line is the XU2600 is one of the best UHF small business radios Motorola makes. They are nearly impossible to kill by dropping unlike the M series. The XTN radios produce a killer receive volume level making them useful in the nosiest environments; they also speak in a low whisper so very clearly. The transmit audio is truly great and the operating range is tops with the new compression and transmission algorithms. Side by side no M series radio of the same wattage talks nearly as far.

About the only things we find on the down side is that the antenna cannot be removed, so an external antenna impossible, and the volume control knob can be knocked off with the right accidental bump.

These radios are not toys and operate on assigned business frequencies/ A valid FCC license must be obtained prior to use. The license can be applied for online at the FCC website but it is way better to simply pay a frequency coordination company to do this complex work for you. ... Read more


96. MOTOROLA 98480 Lithium Ion Battery for T270i

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Asin: B000084T8L
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Motorola
Sales Rank: 31689
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97. Motorola/GI 518074-001-00 802.11G 108MBPS Access Point

our price: $80.99
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Asin: B0006OCZH6
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Motorola/GI
Sales Rank: 87845
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Product Description

Love the benefits of networking but hate the idea of being tied down with a complex series of wires? You're in luck. With Motorola's WA840GP Wireless Access point, you can network everyone in your home or small officewirelessly.

Connected users can effortlessly share files, pictures, peripherals, printers and more with everyone else on the network. And, by connecting a broadband modem (cable, DSL or other), they can also share a single high speed Internet connection. That's everyone online, all at the same time.

With built-in Performance Enhancement technology, the WA840GP gives you an extra boost to make the most of your wireless network. Just match it with Performance Enhanced peripherals and enjoy sharing information across your network up to 35% faster than with traditional 802.11g solutions.

Features
  • One 10/100Base-T Ethernet port to connect either a cable modem or a DSL modem
  • Wireless security features include:
    • Wi-Fi® Protected Access (WPA) with Temporal Key Integrity Protocol (TKIP) or Advanced Encryption Standard (AES)
    • Legacy 64-bit and 128-bit Wired Equivalency Privacy (WEP) encryption
    • 802.1X access control
  • Includes an easy-to-use Installation Wizard as well as a Web-based user interface for easy set up
Benefits
  • Offers 802.11g wireless connectivity
  • Expansive enough to accommodate everyone in your home or small office
  • Roam almost anywhere up to 328 feet (100 m) indoors and up to 1312 feet (400 m) outside (distance depends on user environment)
  • Supports a cable or DSL modem so everyone can share a single broadband connection
  • Everyone can also share files, pictures, peripherals, a printer and more
  • Gamers can play competitors on the network or online
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98. Self Install Car Kit for Motorola v60 Series

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Asin: B0001656ZW
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Motorola
Sales Rank: 53217
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99. MOTOROLA Customizable Headset For All Motorola Phones 98462

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Asin: B0008G2GSU
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Motorola
Sales Rank: 82226
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Product Description

With Motorola's Hands-Free Headset, you have the freedom to communicate while performing other activities.This headset offers a comfortable earbud and high quality audio at a low cost.Ideal for private, hands-free conversations.Industry standard of 2.5mm headset jack. ... Read more

Features

  • Universal earbud headset with in-line microphone.
  • All Motorola headset compatible phones
  • 1 Year warranty

100. MOTOROLA 98481 Lithium Ion Battery for T720i

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Asin: B000084T8M
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Motorola
Sales Rank: 17580
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