I have the UBC72XLT, and I'm reasonably happy with it, once you've got all your frequencies programmed in, it's quite easy. However, it's a toy where you want to read the instructions first
I have a feeling though, that it could be stronger. I can only barely hear my local airport's ATIS, when I'm at my father's house (can't hear anything from my home). My brother's radio has much better reception.
What matters most: When I'm at the airport, I have no complaints. Works just fine.
Also, I could do without the NASCAR logo on it, but then again... who cares.
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Also just read that it has this new feature called "Close call RF capture technology".
Obviously, I haven't read the instructions thouroughly enough. What does this do?
I'm an aviation expert. I have Sky Juice for breakfast.