i was wondering the same, it was very hard to hear the commentry during the race on sunday. i wish i had a scanner to know exactly wots goin from the commentry and wots goin on in the pits.
il keep that in mind for Oran Park
One thing to make sure, get a list of all the frequencies you want to listen in to, then make sure whatever scanner you get covers them. A lot of scanners made for the US market have gaps in their coverage (required by law there) which may or may not be a problem, depending on what you want to listen to.
Can you get the scanners to listen to many frequencies at once - probably not would take too many receiver circuits to accomplish.
Falcon Killer (if you believe what Ford Service Departments have to say about me)
AU II XR6 - October 2001 ~ December 2002 - RIP
BA XR6 - December 2002 ~ Soon to disappear if Ford CRC can't fix it....
45,000km service coming up - and i'll be asking for a sizable list of fixes:
* Gearbox (3rd time)
* Steering click (5th time)
* Brake Shudder (2nd time, and has the applied "Fix")
Uniden are the best. And do yourself a favour. Dont get the 10 channel ones. Myne has 200 channels and friends bought 10 channel ones they have to keep logging in new channels during the race as there is more than 10 cars in the races. So good listening to the drivers.
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