Amy Snyder: Thank you! Turns out I needed a negative offset for the repeater I was trying to hit. You just saved me a lot of aggravation and antidepressants.
Brent Fraunfelder: Thank you for your help programming the radio I just got one of these radios. Tnx Brent k7btf
Bob Lech: I would not say this is the right way to program the HT. If you go out of town and have no computer with you, you do it manually. Hams that get so attached programing with a computer never learn about the HT. Very good information. Thanks for sharing BOB AF2Q
Randy Christian: Totally Agree...VERY Confusing. Need someone that knows what their talking about (without studdering mistakes) to do a proper video.
Brad Kellison: you do not need Menu 21 option. just press the Menu then press TDR button to switch to VFO or Memory mode.
Brad Kellison: Press The a/b button to switch
Theo Howe: I feel the main problem with your presentation was in how you described the menu tree. When you get to the menu to name your channel, there is a change that has to be made to enter a name- the menu will not let you scroll down without this command.
Theo Howe: Hold the scan button down for 2 seconds will allow you go into scan mode.
rob b: how do get this on uhf ? it wont accept 446 for example only vhf freqs ?
sphexes: Thanks, you helped me program my first repeater. I've since bought the data cable. It's always good to know manual programming indeed.
breezebro: This is worse than my Wouxun manual.
Kelly L.: This just made me confused.
donga1998: sorry but i fell asleep while he was fluffing his way through this vid. Advice, do your home work and rehearse..
fairchildr91248: How fast is the scan? and how do you get it to scan? also how do u get uhf on the top of the display not on the bottom?
Trym Thørring: I can't see any differences.
Trym Thørring: I have a wouxun kg uvd1p :)
Trym Thørring: Do you now other options to use repeaters?
Trym Thørring: It did not work for me.
NYpixels: hey any software for out of band need it for work I have the kg-uv3d
Robert Reed: I've been a Ham For 30 Plus Years and I bought this Radio 3 weeks ago and I have to say it's one of the easiest dual banders I've ever used just remember your Menu and TDR buttoms in combo switch Channel to Freq mode also Dual Watch then remember the menu and the # menu select menu confirm exit. makes it even easier to program if you remember the menu #'s . I never owed a Japanese made Radio that was this easy to use