Showing posts with label VR-6600P. Show all posts
Showing posts with label VR-6600P. Show all posts

Wednesday, October 1, 2014

Vero Telecom: VR-6600PRO

Hans is back! And he confirms that the VR-6600P is dead and has been replaced by the VR-6600PRO.

The VR-6600PRO has some "super features":
1. The VR-6600P with the DOUBLE RF MOSFET MODULE, and can provide very smooth power from the V band to U band.
2. 8 colors LCD backlight to choose, you will be safer because you can freely adjust the brightness of the backlight and button light, as well as automatic backlight setting
3.The handsfree function is realized with the mini-microphone built in the panel.
4、Clear Voice.
The stereo speakers built in the panel helps the automatically identify the signal.Thespeaker sounds simultaneously when receive single signal,and it sounds respectively when receive dual signal.
5. With high performance and convenience, the turn 360°new suction cup mounting bracket can firmly suck on different rough plane, and makes it easy to remove without screws.
6.With the dual speaker installed, you can freely choose the microphone connectors whether on the mainframe or panel.
7.The mainframe is solid and break-resistant. Passive cooling adopted, the longevity of mainframe will not be affected by the dust absorbed on it.
8. A data jack is uniquely installed in the mainframe.
9.Three speaker system(two in panel and one in main frame ) allows you to have more options.
10. Multi-functional DTMF microphone is ergonomically designed, which makes you feel well and operate more conveniently. etc.

Monday, September 29, 2014

Vero Telecom: New Products

I got the marketing e-mail from Vero Telecom about their booth at the HKTDC Hong Kong Electronics Fair in October. It promises new products. I wonder what we will see. The image shows the VR-6600PRO (mobile), VRP-6000 (portable repeater), and VRP-6800 (base and repeater station). I'm wondering if the VR-6600PRO is the VR-6600P that we've been waiting on for a long time.

Friday, January 24, 2014

Saturday, October 26, 2013

Thursday, October 24, 2013

Friday, September 13, 2013

Vero Telecom VR-6600P

Hans has an update on some new Vero Telecom (VGC) products including the VR-6600P that looks a lot like a Yaesu FTM-350.
Whatever happened to their UV-X5 tri-bander? Maybe it ended up as this?