removing the MultiCom Pro radio from it’s box and packaging our first thoughts
were that this was a serious piece of kit. The radio itself is very well built,
feels really solid and should take the knocks from many airsoft skirmishes without
The MultiCom Pro is a
professional radio and as such comes with all the bits of kit you would expect.
carry strap, belt clip, drop in charger, and rechargeable battery pack and
The rechargable battery pack supplied with the radio requries 12 hours to
be fully charged and lasts just over 20 hours in “normal” operation,
however you can also use 4xAA Alkaline batteries, we opted for the batteries
as we couldn’t wait to try this piece of kit out.
With the batteries in,
time to turn this thing on… the on/off function and volume control are controlled
via a simple rotary nob on the top of the radio. On switching the radio on,
the first thing you notice is the large LCD screen which has a bright backlight,
this shows a variety of information but primarly the channel number.
After adjusting the volume
to the desired level and familarising ourselves with the push to talk button
on the side and other buttons on the face of the radio we were ready to test
the radio out!
8 Channel (38 CTCSS
We don’t think you
PMR466 page – a
website dedicated to PMR446, with explanations of what it is, and how it works.
– stock the MultiCom Pro radio @ £139.50 (inc. next-day delivery!)
Wednesday, May 9, 2001 9:37 AM Copyright 2001 ArniesAirsoft