Midland X-Talker T77VP5 36-Channel Two-Way UHF Radio Extreme Dual Pack

Midland X-Talker T77VP5 36-Channel Two-Way UHF Radio Extreme Dual Pack

Midland X-Talker T77VP5 36-Channel Two-Way UHF Radio Extreme Dual Pack

B&H # MIT77VP5 MFR # T77VP5
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Product Highlights

  • 36 GMRS/FRS Channels
  • Water-Resistant UHF Radio
  • 10 NOAA Weather Channels
  • NOAA Weather Alerts
  • 121 Privacy Codes
  • Monitor and Scan Functions, Roger Beep
  • 5 Call Alerts
  • Powered via Rechargeable Battery Pack
  • Up to 38-Mile Range
  • Carrying Case and Headsets Included
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Midland T77VP5 overview

  • 1Description

This pair of gray and black X-Talker T77VP5 36-Channel Two-Way UHF Radios from Midland are 36-channel radios designed to provide quick communication. Each radio has a knob and buttons for easy adjustments of volume, channel selection, menu, and more. The monitor button allows you to quickly adjust incoming transmission volume, while the scan button rapidly scans all channels for incoming transmissions, stopping at the first channel for six seconds with a current transmission before continuing to scan. With this radio, users can also take advantage of CTCSS (Continuous Tone-Coded Squelch System) and DCS (Digital-Coded Squelch) to communicate privately using one of the 121 privacy codes. Two rechargeable 1000mAh battery packs and a drop-in charging station are included to conveniently charge both radios simultaneously. Also included is a carrying case, two microphone headsets, an AC wall adapter, and a USB car adapter.

Note: An FCC (Federal Communications Commission) license is required for use of this radio (available separately).

36-channel UHF radio
121 privacy codes (38 CTCSS and 83 DCS)
Up to 38-mile transmission range
10-channel NOAA weather radio with weather alerts
Backlit LCD provides easy visibility
Monitor and scan functions
Roger beep tone, silent operation, and keypad lock
Call alert and 9-level VOX functionality
HI/LO power settings
Five selectable call alerts
Battery meter and battery low indicator
Rechargeable battery packs included
Drop-in charger included to charge both radios simultaneously
Built-in push-to-talk microphone and speaker
A carrying case, two microphone headsets, an AC wall adapter, and a USB car adapter are included
UPC: 046014511774
In the Box
Midland X-Talker T77VP5 36-Channel Two-Way UHF Radio Extreme Dual Pack
  • 2 x Microphone Headsets
  • 2 x 1000 mAh Rechargeable Battery Packs
  • Desktop Charger
  • AC Wall Adapter
  • USB Car Adapter
  • 2 x Belt Clips
  • Micro-USB Charging Cable
  • Carrying Case
  • Limited 3-Year Warranty
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    Midland T77VP5 specs

    Band UHF
    Channels 36
    Frequencies UHF: 462.5500 to 467.7125 MHz
    NOAA Weather Radio: 162.550 to 163.275
    Privacy Codes 121 (38 CTCSS and 83 DCS)
    Range Up to 38 miles (61.2 km)
    Microphone/Speaker Built-in
    Connectors External microphone jack
    External speaker jack
    Micro-USB port
    Buttons Power/volume knob, PTT, call/lock, menu, monitor/scan, up/WX, down
    Display Backlit LCD
    Power 2 x 1000 mAh rechargeable battery packs
    3 x AAA batteries (available separately)
    Battery Capacity 1000 mAh
    Charger Drop-in charger
    Antenna Screw-on
    Dimensions 6.1 x 2.6 x 1.4" (15.5 x 6.6 x 3.6 cm)
    Weight 6.2 oz (176 g)
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    Package Weight 2.7 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 11.8 x 10.2 x 3.2"

    Midland T77VP5 reviews

    X-Talker T77VP5 36-Channel Two-Way UHF Radio Extreme Dual Pack is rated 4.0 out of 5 by 4.
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from The X Talker T77VP5 is just what I need, a radio I can hand to a client in the morning and know that it will work all day. These met my expectations for vehicle to vehicle communications and transition perfectly to hiking with multiple groups. We worked these radios long, hot and dusty days for multiple days in a row. As such, the quick charge feature is a must. The ability to quick charge in vehicle or switch to AA batteries is a game changer, as is the protective carry case. In town or on the trail, the case is a reminder to collect radios at the end of the day and charge batteries. It is a great way of keeping everything protected, transportable and in one place. Additionally, the case helps stabilize the base charger while charging in the vehicle. Working into the canyons did cut the range down, however the clarity remained good. Key features are multiple charging options, storage case, weather band and ease of operation.
    Date published: 2017-06-13
    Rated 2 out of 5 by from Bought this for use on motorcycles. Earpiece/Mike was too loose for inside the helmet wear without support. I was able to install the earpiece/mike in my 3/4 face helmet by sliding the mike behind the cheek cushion and the earpiece fit in the gap for my ear, so no problem. Also managed to soft wire the earpiece/mike to the cheek straps of a shorty helmet. Vox is not really an option with the wind noise, but PTT works. With road and M/C noise I needed to keep the volume up so I could hear the other person. The only thing that I have not been able to solve yet is finding the PTT button easily while riding. Its a little small may need to order a larger one. Overall a good experience.
    Date published: 2017-10-27
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Worthy Contender As a Review Ranger for theDyrt. Midland provided this product for review. Having spent my career dependent on “hand transmitters,” I know, firsthand, of their benefits and importance...I have also learned of their strengths and shortcomings. I am also realistic in my expectations when it comes to the differences between recreational and professional grade “hand transmitters” (HT’s). First and foremost, do your homework when considering portable radios. Don’t expect a recreational radio to perform like a professional radio, especially professional one that operates with repeaters...or you will be sorely disappointed and wrongly blame the product. I have lost reception with teammates when using professional HT’s separated by multiple floors in concrete structures. Personally...I believe the Midland X-Talker Extreme T77VP5 has a solid place in the outdoor, backpacking, camping world. I can name 25 campground and Wilderness areas in West Virginia alone where cell service is non-existent...yet you can still communicate with this Midland radio (within certain distances). Communication is life...and a huge part of survivability. It certain career fields, you do not proceed with a mission without comms. I was able to communicate effectively at varying distances with the Midland X-Talker Extreme. The myriad of channels assists in finding one where you aren’t “stepping” on someone else’s communication, and you can enjoy a somewhat ‘private’ conversation. These channels are not encrypted, so transmissions can be heard by others that have the same channel availability. However, if you have several Midland radios on the same channel, you do have the option of privacy codes to limit listeners within that select group. We also tried my own version of ‘line of sight,’ on a long, curved stretch of Gulf beach. These were my results: • .5 mile excellent reception • 1 mile excellent reception • 2 mile was unreliable...hit and miss Scientific results? Nope! Only what I experienced. Humidity, impending storms, pressure, and sea state may have caused ducting affecting range. Negative results? Nope! You learn to work within the parameters dealt. The Midland X-Talker Extreme T77VZP5 is still an effective, feature-rich hand transmitter set! Trying to keep tabs on the kids while camping, give them a radio, operational instructions and clip it to their belt or pack. Kids love electronic gadgets, so it’s likely they’ll quickly be instructing you of its many features and usefulness. Peace of mind and quick communication...just a button push away. I would wholeheartedly recommend this product!
    Date published: 2018-06-15
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good for hiking I occasionally get the chance to review gear for The Dyrt as one of their Rangers. I purchased these walkie talkies for a trip to Utah, where would be doing lots of hiking, climbing and canyoneering. Some pros about the duel pack are: 1.) Battery life- we charged these up on their charging station at home before we left on our trip and they lasted the entire 10 day trip on regular use. 2.) Intuitive usuage – We didn’t need to score through the manual to figure out how to use the walkie talkies. Everything made sense and was user friendly. 3.) EXTREMELY Clear Communication - no static or clarity issues However, the clip on the radios was not up to par (it fell right off my backpack strap), and there were zero loops or holes on the device for us to sling or carabiner them to ourselves. This meant that while climbing, if dropped, they would be toast. We ended up "locking" them to us via rubber bands. This is a great product for casual hiking, but it might not be ideal for more extreme situations where it has the potential to fall off/get lost or damaged (rafting, climbing, skiing). We will most likely just try to keep them in a pack, rather than on our body in those cases.
    Date published: 2018-05-24
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