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Date Registered: 10-2005
Location: Orange. NSW.
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 Hi guys,

 Can anyone please tell me whether the blank space below the stereo in the series 1 is a full sized DIN. I have heard some vehicles have 3/4 sized DIN's, resulting in some full sized GME UHF's not fitting. Thanks.

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All DIN's on the exy are full size Brett.

The GME TX3200 will fit in any of those DINs provied you get the mounting bracket.

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Jalal,
 I am looking at the GME tx4400, which is the 'top of the line' UHF, with police scanner ability. But it is a full sized UHF and I want to make sure it will fit, before I commit.

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Here you go Brett emoticon

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Dimensions of the GME TX4400 as follows:

171mm (W) x 95mm (D) x 52mm (H)

I'll let you do the maths emoticon

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Date Registered: 10-2005
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Jalal,
 Thanks heaps. Deal done. emoticon emoticon emoticon

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Brett, re: the "police scanner ability" you mentioned - my handheld GME was programmed by a shop several years ago, but very recently, I can no longer hear speech in most of the channels as they have changed over to digital transmission. I believe they still use the same frequencies but have been digitally encoded so all you hear is "white noise" when they broadcast.

I already knew about this digital upgrade a few years ago (from someone I know who works on the police radio) but it's gradually being rolled out and now is to the point where I can only hear a few call-sign districts.

Even if you can find a decoder, I don't know how you'd attach it to your GME to be able to hear what they're saying...



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Rich,

Without going into much detail on how to pick-up police frequencies (which is illegal) let's just say that it can be done emoticon

Lets leave it at that on this subject please.

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 Jalal,
 It's actually not an offence to listen to police frequency. The offence is only committed when done so to gain financial advantage or to assist in the commission of an offence. ie, listening on a scanner for police arrival times, cars in area etc. Generally, there is no harm in doing it.

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And how is that enforced Brett? emoticon

How can they be sure that you're not listening to "assist" in an offence being committed?

Is there a black and white written rule about this? Please share it with us, so we know where we stand in terms of discussing this subject, as my understanding it is not legal.


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quote:

BRETT72 wrote:

The offence is only committed when done so to gain financial advantage or to assist in the commission of an offence. ie, listening on a scanner for police arrival times, cars in area etc.



ie: tow truck drivers

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