With how fast communications technology has been moving, radio receivers can seem a bit obsolete. Why look like a WW2 comms officer when you can just click a button on your smartphone and talk to anyone in the world?
Still, there’s plenty of uses for Kenwood‘s line of transceivers. For example, did you know that you can pick up all sorts of weird frequencies with a home radio antenna? Creepy broadcasts from Russian army stations that recite weird numbers indefinitely and so on. In fact, this is a fairly popular hobby, which is why the manufacturer refers to the Kenwood TM V71A as an “amateur radio”.
Marketing towards hobbyists or not, it’s still plenty useful to professionals of any sort. This thing wouldn’t be out of place in a police car, police station, hospital or anything else that needs quick and efficient communication between parties. Say what you want about radio frequencies, they’re still more reliable than any internet connection we’ve seen.
The Kenwood TM V71A manual can attest to the complexity of this device and its utility in virtually any setting. As the instructions explain, the V71A supports up to five operating modules for easy dialing, which is why things can get confusing sometimes.
Where can I download the Kenwood TM V71A User Manual?
They won’t be confusing with the Kenwood TM V71A user manual by your side, though. It’s going to clue you in on first-time use, help you set the profiles up and cover virtually any problem you could think of. We weren’t able to provide the download through a radio frequency, but we think a direct link will do just fine: http://sharedf.com/documentation/kenwood-tm-v71a-owners-user-manual/