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Midland GXT2000VP4 22-Channel 2-Way Radios

B&H # MIGXT2000VP4 Mfr # GXT2000VP4
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You Pay: $79.95
Product Highlights
  • 50 GMRS/FRS Channels
  • 36 Mile Range
  • Privacy Codes - 142
  • NOAA Weather & Hazard Alerts
  • Lithium Polymer Battery Pack
  • Full Charge in 2 Hours
  • JIS4 Waterproof Protection
  • Whisper Mode
  • UHF 462.5500 ~ 467.7125 MHz
  • Rechargeable Batteries & Charging Bay


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MidlandGXT2000VP4 22-Channel 2-Way Radios

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Great value and quality

By Joe

from Salinas, CA

About Me Casual/ Recreational

Verified Buyer


  • Clear Signal
  • Good Audio
  • Rugged


  • Earpieceboom Mic

Best Uses

  • Camping
  • Emergencies
  • Families

Comments about Midland GXT2000VP4 22-Channel 2-Way Radios:

I have wanted to purchase a set of GXT2000VP4 2- way radios for quite awhile. Since Midland upgraded their batteries from the prior model to the new Lithium Polymer.
First off, B&H had a fantastic price AND INCLUDED FREE SHIPPING!! Just got these last week.

The radios are solid and good sized. You can spend about 2/3rd the price on Cobra or Motorola "family radios" but you get far less of a product. I've had both those brands before.

These are not toys - but real radios.
I live in hilly terrain, and though the distance is limited due to lack of line-of-sight, the quality of the audio really impressed me.

Having WX alerts is really nice. Especially this week here in California we had a whopper of a storm this week.

Back to the radios. The important things: high quality voice/audio; so far the battery charge seems like they last a significant time before needing to recharge (I guess that depends on the amount of TX you are doing); and again, I am really impressed by the fact that the radio is compact but solid. Feels like a pro quality unit.
If I can come back and update after a few months of use, I'll do so.

If someone is looking for a quality radio set, I would, based on what I've experienced so far, recommend these. The only negative at this point is the included earpiece/boom mic. Doesn't fit my ear that well but I can find a custom earpiece with PTT that will fit.

  • Primary use:
  • Personal

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Midland GXT2000VP4 battery issues

By ShadowWolf

from Brooklyn, NY

About Me Casual/ Recreational


  • Clear Signal
  • Good Audio
  • Lightweight


    Best Uses

    • Boating
    • Camping
    • Emergencies
    • Families
    • Hiking
    • Hunting
    • Ski Slopes

    Comments about Midland GXT2000VP4 22-Channel 2-Way Radios:

    I did my research & I found:

    1) Forget the 36 miles:
    Technically they're not lying, supposedly these units reach 36 miles BUT in the best possible scenario, that is NO obstructions (building, mountains, hills, dense vegetation, etc) So 36 miles should be only when you're been transmitting from top of a mountain & your partner is on another top of mountain) or in open waters.

    2) For city use, expect 3/4 of a mile to a 1.5 miles depending environments.

    3) Some Midland batteries have issues (they disconnect and/or behave erratically (showing low bat) even been full charged.
    DO NOT SEND BACK YOUR UNITS, just the batteries, as units (go and run a check) THEY WORK FINE with AA batteries.

    Identify with channels are Family Radio Service (FRS) and General Mobile Radio Service (GMRS). In plain English for maximum reach you'll need an FCC license for GMRS use. (just google for FCC 605 Main Form)

    The license is $85 for 5 years and 1 license covers all your family members for using these units. (In case of emergency anyone can operate, licensed or not)

    RESPECT THE USE OF FREQUENCIES, I don't know how FCC enforce the law, but keep in mind that the use of these frequencies CAN SAVE LIVES.

    Hope this humble review informs and helps you decide as many users comments helped me in the past.

    • Primary use:
    • Personal

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    Very Satisfied

    By Dozer Dame

    from Colorado Springs

    About Me Casual Do-It-Yourselfer

    Verified Buyer


    • Durable
    • Easy to Use


      Best Uses

        Comments about Midland GXT2000VP4 22-Channel 2-Way Radios:

        Clear reception... perfect on the trail.

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        Always keep spare batteries handy and you won't get caught without power.

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        A Headset Microphone gives you both high quality headphones and a talkback mic in one.

        Midland -  AVP-H3 Surveillance Headset (Pair)
        • You Pay: $18.15

        Cases & Protection

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        Carry, store and protect all your equipment in a bag or case.

        Aquapac -  Stormproof VHF Case
        • You Pay: $21.95


        Keep your hands free and your radio in reach with a Harness.

        Setwear -  SW-05-538 Radio Chest Pack
        • You Pay: $30.95

        Belt Belt Clips and Body Straps

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        Keep your gear secure and in optimal positioning with a strap.

        Ruggard -  Floating Wrist Strap (Orange)
        • You Pay: $4.99
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