Question about Kenwood ProTalk UBZ-AM14 (14 Channels) 2-Way Radio
I just started working for a store that use Kendwood FRS radios and earclip headsets with push to talk buttons to communicate between Sales Associates on the store floor. This is also part of their security system.
I wear two Behind The Ear hearing aids (Phonak) that do not have “T” switches.
I have contacted my Phonak dealer also looking for suggestion.
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Under ADA it is the employer's responsibility to make adaptations to your condition. Their radio provider should be able to provide you with hearing aid compatible headsets.
Posted on Oct 30, 2013
Some of the Kenwood ProTalk series radios may be programmable by the dealer to operate in the 462-468 MHz range used by GMRS and FRS radios. However the radios are not FCC approved for those channels and do not comply with requirements for FRS and GMRS radio equipment.
You are going to be better served by picking up a FreeTalk 3131XLS like your friends have. In terms of style and features this radios is very similar to the ProTalk but is type approved for use on GMRS.
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Posted on Jul 21, 2008
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