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    Hey there, does anyone know if the XPR7550 can do LTR either built-in, or via an add on module? Haven't been able to find anything either or.


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    Scholer-Johnson would probably be your best bet if anybody was to make one.
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    Im sure you could interface a SJI board to the radio but I doubt there is enough room for it. If you need LTR look for a warris HT1250 or similar there are tons of them out there.

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    Just got some XPR6550's with SJI LTR boards. Working good so far, and setup isn't too bad.

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    Notarola: We've already got some 6550s at work with LTR - this is for a personal radio. I need a TRBO radio, and I can get a good deal on the 7550 - I'd love to be able to use LTR with it as well, but if not, no big deal. Already have some Waris radios

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    The option board for the 7550 isn't offered yet. I have a call into Morgan on another issue, I'll ask him what he is planning on production. I opted for FPP for my 6550, but the SJI boards for the 6550s work well.