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TYT UV8000E Dual Band Two-Way Radio, Walkie Talkie + 3600mAh Battery+ Car Charger + 2 Antennas+ Programming Cable

TYT UV8000E + 3600mAh Battery + Programming Cable
SKU: 28-020-352-RO

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  • High / Low Power Settings 10W/5W; The maximum transmission distance could be 6KM! Super penetrating power! Frequency Range: 76-108 MHz(Only commercial FM radio reception) VHF: 136-174 MHz(Rx/Tx). UHF: 400-520 MHz(Rx/Tx); Broad (Wide) / Narrowband (Narrow) Selectable
  • TYT UV8000E does not only sold at the amazing price but also has a great function that many radios don't -- Cross-band Repeater Function!! Dual band, dual display and dual standby, channel will be 128CH*2!
  • Tri-color background light selectable. We could change different color with different situation. Emergency alarm function is important during hiking. DTMF encoding and decoding; Channel spacing selectable (25/ 12.5kHz); Remote Kill/Stun/Activate/Revive, Non-standard CTCSS/DCS input. VOX transmitting, TOT, 1750Hz tone, CTCSS/DCS scanning, COMP function, FM radio function, can store up 25Radio channels, Reverse frequency function.
  • Wonderful accessories kit! Large capacity battery -- 7.2V 3600mAh, long standby; 2 Antennas --360mm high gain antenna + 172mm stubby antenna; Car charger -- do not need to worry any more if the battery is out of power; Programming cable -- Support Win 10 & no need to buy separately; Desktop charger -- every one need it; Full in-depth user manual -- 100 page! Every function is written in detail.

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TYT UV8000E Review from HamRadioConcepts: The TYT UV8000E is a great handheld, including a higher output power and a built in cross band repeating function. Check out www.radioddity.com for this radio and many others. Dual band VHF/UHF, this video shows a quick look of the unit, as well as the power test and cross band repeat function on air.



1. New released by TYT, Dual band, Dual display and Dual standby, you get up to 128*2 Channels to store.
2. Comes with High Gain Antenna and large capacity of 3600mAh, quite suitable for outdoor activities.
3. Ultra high output power UP to 10W to guatantee a further and stable communication range.
4. VOX transmitting, TOT, 1750Hz tone, CTCSS/DCS scanning, COMP function, FM radio function, can store up     to 25Radio channels, Reverse frequency function.
5. DTMF encoding and decoding, Channe spacing selectable(25/12.5kHz), Remote Kill/Stun/Activate/Revive, Tri-color background light selectable, Non-standard CTCSS/DCS input.
6. Extra Car charger included
7. Free programming cable for you to connect with computer and operate with more frequencies



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Great Value. Better than most of the imported radios
There are other great technical reviews here, so I am going to approach this in more simple terms. I've been a ham for 41 years. I work in the commercial LMR business selling top quality radios for business and public safety applications. Starting with opening the box and looking at the radio. I have a few other low priced imported radios, I will say this one right from the start impressed me as being a better radio. The feel of the radio is much more ergonomic than some of the other imported radios I have. The radio feels good in your hands, not too heavy and easier to read the markings and labels on the radio than most.
The radio comes with most of the accessories you might want. It has a drop in charger with a 115v AC cord as well as a 12v cigarette lighter coiled cord. The coil is nice for keeping the cord organized in a mobile environment. There is also a belt clip that is spring loaded and has a metal base. The clip is held to the radio with 2 screws. The big feature with this radio is that it comes with 2 antennas. They are both designated as dual band antennas. The short one is about 6.5" long and the instruction manual says this is for short distance communications. The other antenna is 14" long and very slim and flexible. So it is not jabbing at you if you have the radio on your belt. My testing between the 2 radios did show better performance from the longer antenna as expected. I would like to put these on an analyzer and see what they look like. I don’t have the right connectors right now and will amend this review if I am able to test them.

I hate instruction manuals, so I decided to see if I could figure out the radio without it first. I was able to get the basic functions of the radio working by trial and error. It seemed a little easier than some of the other menu driven radios I've played with. My next step was to try out the included software and programming cable. Again, with my other radios, I had to pay extra for a cable. I popped the CD in to take a look at what's on it. It seems to be all prolific USB to serial drivers that are on the CD. I already had these installed and working on my computer, so I didn’t try anything from the CD. It's been my experience that if you need programming SW for these radios, the seller I got the radio from usually has it on the website. So I went to Radioddity.com and easily located the programming software for this radio. The download and installation on my Windows XP shop PC went quick and flawlessly. The software is pretty simple and straight forward. The channels are laid out in a spreadsheet and I was able to figure out how to set everything up just by looking at it. I loaded in the data for 7 repeaters in the area and downloaded to the radio. At this point I needed to open the manual to learn the correct way to get it into memory mode. In a few seconds I was on the air. I put out a call on our local VHF repeater and had a couple guys I knew come back to give me an audio report. They both told be I was into the repeater 100% and the audio quality was exceptionally good. I also noticed that my receive audio quality was really good. Loud and crisp. I had set all the channels to xmit at high power. This is 10 watts. I had about a 15 min QSO on the repeater and the battery was starting to get warm, at the end of the QSO the battery was very warm. I could still hold the radio, but any warmer would have become uncomfortable. This is where I found my first negative about the radio. There are only 2 power settings available. 5 or 10 watts. I would prefer at least another setting of 1 or 2 watts mainly for battery conservation. Output power in most situations really doesn’t make a whole lot of difference with any radio. So I would suggest making the 5 watt setting the default and switching to hi power if communications become marginal. If you aren’t making it on 5, 10 is not going to make a huge difference in most cases. The biggest factor in radio coverage is the antenna, so putting the longer antenna on will be much more effective than boosting the output power. Normally you would pay $15-$25 for an additional, longer antenna. I really like that it is included with this radio. With the help of the manual, I was able to field program most of the functions and memories in the radio. I sure wouldn’t want to have to do this all the time. the software makes it very easy. And the cable and the software are included in the price of the radio.
I did a little out of band listening and the sensitivity seemed as good if not better than my Kenwood and Yaesu radios. There is also a built in FM broadcast receiver. I was really impressed with this feature. I have this on other radios, but the audio quality makes it worthless. This radio has a really good FM receiver. I could tune stations that I can not hear on my car stereo and the sound quality was worth listening to. I did not test the cross-band repeat function. There is a supplemental instruction sheet on how to use this function. I will test it in the near future and add the results to this review. The only feature it might be lacking is an instant WX feature. I have that on some other radios and like it. you can always program the weather channels into the memory and get the same results.
Overall, I really like this radio. We don’t have a lot of VHF/UHF activity in this area anymore, so I tend to stay on the HF bands. I was concerned that the audio quality would be poor, but that is not the case. The reports were great. The receive audio is definitely better than any amateur portable I own and it rivals many of the commercial radios I deal with. As with all the portable radios on the market, all the added features add a learning curve to operating the radio. But I was able to do everything I wanted to do with little reading. When comparing the lower priced portables on the market, I think this would be a great purchase. It is well worth the additional price compared to the $30-$40 radios. I guess the 10 watt output adds to the price a bit. I'm not impressed with power. But the performance and added accessories make the added cost well worth it. I doubt I will use any of my other dual band radios again. This is a good, solid, quality radio at a great price.
The distributer has provided me with this product free of charge or discounted price for review and feedback based on my first-hand usage of the product.
Review by K3MRK /
Good product
Very hight quality
Review by Joel /
Love It
Love it...simple programming. great crisp, clear audio...Great radio
Review by Russ VP /
Good functionality and good value.
TYT is a brand name that, along with Pofung (formerly Baofeng), is becoming increasingly familiar to hams. In the past I've seen mobile dial-band rigs from TYT but this is the first hand held I've seen. Functionally It's very similar (if not identical) to the popular Pofung radios but this one is significant larger, and offers a full 10 watts output. It also comes with two antennas, a charging stand a mobile power supply, and a USB programming cable- something that's extra with the Pofungs. The documentation that comes with this radio is far more complete and well written than the sketchy info that comes with the Pofung radios, too.

Compared to the popular dual-band radios from Icom, Yaesu, and Kenwood, this radio may not be quite as sophisticated, and so far service doesn't appear to be available from the sellers, but it's still a pretty good value, and at the asking price you can almost consider it to be disposable. For under ninety dollars complete with charging stand, mobile charger, programming cable, and two antennas, it's a pretty good value. I've been a ham for close to 40 years, and only wish we had radios this cheap when I started- my first single band 2M HT cost over $400 in today's dollars. I'm looking forward to when TYT and other Chinese makers enter the HF market, too.
Review by Michael J. Edelman /
Great buy...
great radio, put's out close to 10 watts haven't had any issues.
Review by Vincent /
Great radio
Great product made of good quality
Review by James Morris /
Probably the best in "under-$100" class dualband HT
Bottom line: I like this radio, it sounds good on the air, both my voice and people I hear. It has plenty of volume. And it is easy to operate once it is set up via external software and cable (included in the box). And the battery lasts longer than most.

There are a few things I don't like about it, but nothing that would keep me from buying another one or recommending it to a friend. These things include:

1) The software is difficult and not intuitive. It doesn't just "automatically work" with my crummy Windows PC. Drivers, versions, download new version, etc. The usual for this class of radio.
2) The crossband repeat function is not the main reason you want to buy this radio. It is in the headline, but it probably shouldn't be. It is difficult to set up, maybe even impossible without the software first, and then it is REALLY easy to re-transmit things you probably don't want to. Be very very careful with this feature. You might lose your license by rebroadcasting the weather forecast on top of the police freqs, with an unidentified transmitter. Oh, and it is also difficult to turn off the feature once it is on. With all that being said, it does work as advertised, and I used it all during the day to see if it would work for me, driving between home and work (with this radio on my balcony at home).
3) The transmitter does not always key up when I press the PTT button. It does always key up the SECOND time, which makes me think it is some feature that I have on (or off?) that I don't understand. My opinion is that the "push to talk" button should be exactly that, and not a dual-function.
4) This is teeny, but worth mentioning: the mobile power adapter, and the USB cable are not packaged with the rest of the pieces (antenna, AC power block, belt clip, etc.) I almost threw it out with the packaging material because it was hidden under the plastic packaging. This gripe is probably more about me than about the radio.
5) The manual, and some of the terminology, is unclear. For example, and there are plenty, I want to know which menu function will let me cross-band repeat. The answer is menu #11, for which it says "Repeater frequency setting." I would call it something like "Cross-band on/off" because repeater frequency setting would seem to have something to do with the frequency setting of my local repeater, I would think. Or menu #13 which says "PTT ID setting". What ID are you talking about? My callsign? Some random number (see menu #12 which says "ID setting" but what does that mean?)? So again, this is unclear but probably learnable with some testing and playing around with another radio and a quiet frequency.

One more thing, neither good nor bad - this radio uses the right "gender" of antenna connector, that is, different from the Baofeng / Wouxon stuff. It is also different than the TYT DMR-380 that I have. However, the antenna accessories and adapters that I have for my other stuff from Icom, Kenwood, and Uniden, are the same type and work fine. This is important if you are going to order one of these accessories or planning to use something that you already have. (By "right" I mean that the antenna connector on the radio will take a piece of wire stuck into it in case of improvise. The other kind has a pin sticking up from the radio connector, and not a 'socket'.)

Because I was asked to review this radio, I did more with it right away than I would have if I just bought it to use for casual QSOs. I used it with both antennas, I listened to it while receiving on an Icom R2 and with a Kenwood TS-2000, also tuning around listening for spurious signals. I transmitted with the '2000 to see what this radio would sound like receiving, particularly how it would do with a really strong local signal. I also drove away to find where the transmitter and the receiver became marginal. I held it in my hand, and I clipped it on my belt, and drove around with it clipped there. I hooked it up to my ancient IFR benchtop test set to confirm some technical specs.

I loaded up the memories with many of the local repeater frequencies (thanks [...]) and kerchunked the ones nearby and tried to start up a conversation. I listened to QSOs in progress.

Based on these things, I give it a "yes" vote and as I said, I would recommend this radio to a friend, and if I needed a second one for some reason, I would definitely buy another one.
Review by cavalierdog /
Review of the UV8000E
This was an Excellent Transaction. Everything that was in the decription, was packed neatly and safely in the box. The item works as it should, However, I did experience some unresolvable isssues with it working on Windows 10. The programming software loaded as said, however, the USB driver for the cable did not work as stated.
I reccomend using this on a Vista platform as it works unremarkably there. Overall, I highly reccomend this radio!!! Thank You!!!
Review by AC /
Five Stars
Great radio, took it camping and reached repeaters when cell phone wouldn't, I would buy again!!!
Review by Uly /
TVT UV8000E Two way two band mobile unit best bang for the buck!
I had previously bought one of these communication systems so I had back channels if ever my cell phone or CB Radio wasn't up to the job.because the UV8000E has easily up to ten watts of power and operated more on the business and professional channels for which you need a license. My original did not have scanning capability. Since I was now working with another professional photographer way out in the field,I felt the need to have a second unit. Since the original one I purchased from Amazon worked so well and never had any repair down time, I bought an updated one for approximately the same price with scanning and coded transmissions to activate or deactivate other units on my system for privacy concerns. The book of instructions are a little hard to understand at first, but with some phone support from the US Rep for the company my learning curve was raised substantially. The units are for the most part summer and winter weather, and spilled coffee and cocoa proof just a warm wet rag cleans tgen iff. It can use the ear plugs and hidden mic. switch on the cable over the conventional walkie talkie style corded microphone and speaker or just the device by itself with no wires getting in your way. We can set up codes and low volume so as to not interfere with our photography. If someone is using our main frequency we can punch in another freq. on another high or low band. .You can't be seruptitiously hiding in a blind and have some other pertc chhatering on your frequency. Better yet life is very long and the units can be charged up easily at 110v in a base or a 12v lighter outlet in your vehicle. At 10+ watts, range and clarity are exceptional depending on weather conditions and terrain as one would expect. It certainly outperforms an almost 4 watt walkie-talkie. If you are with a group who have similar units you can use the repeater function. For the price and minimal maintenance you hCe on really good device for communication in good and awful weather. 5*
Review by Raymond L. Payne /

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