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PC Jack Does anyone know the purpose of the PC jack on the back side? Ive tried a few of my scanner programming cables, using telnet, and Hyperterm to illicit a response. Nothing.... Any Ideas.

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I talked directly to Midland tech support about this same question. They told me that its mainly for enmass programming of like weather radios. You use one as the clone and connect others thru the PC connection. I still havent found out wether its a mono or stereo double ended cord.

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Found this on http://www.radioreference.com/forums/archive/index.php/t-64323.html: The PC jack is for when they programmed the radio in the factory. There is no power going to this jack and No you can not hook it up to a PC.

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