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Uniden EZI-33 XLT Air band Radio Radio Scanner
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- 180 Channels
- 78-512MHz (with gaps)
- 9 Pre-programmed service banks
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A great value for money handheld scanner that's easy to use. 180 Channels. 78-512Mhz (with gaps). 5 Search banks.
EZI 33XLT Scanner, Antenna, Beltclip, 3 x AA Batteries, Earphone and Instructions manual.
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I bought this with slight trepidation as some of the reviews here suggested - quite reasonably - that the stock whip ariel wasn't up to the job. I needn't have worried. I live north of Edinburgh and can receive radar, tower and ground no problem at all. Additionally I'm picking up the control frequencies clearly, something I haven't been able to do previously. Indoors it's a bit more hit and miss and I bought a cheap telescopic alternative for that which provides way more gain than is desirable but let's me carry on listening.
Out and about, especially in the car, the whip does the job more than adequately always allowing for the vagaries of line-of-sight transmissions. I found the 33XLT easy to program and the instructions were more than adequate for the purpose. Once it finds a signal it holds it for the entire transmission unlike a Maycom I used to use. The unit itself is small and feels perfectly solid. The backlight is useful and thankfully turns itself off after about 30 seconds.
All in all, given the limitations inherent to a scanner like this it does a good job, certainly for my needs. At some point I may add it's bigger brother to fill in some of the missing frequencies but if you approach this unit with realistic expectations I doubt you'll be disappointed.
Another great feature is having the volume and squelch on a button rather than a turning knob. This stops that horrible crackle sound that you get on turn volume controls due to dust etc
Bad Points: You definitely need a better aerial that the one supplied with unit. This I have found to be the norm with all low end scanners. If you are stood at the airport then yes the supplied whip type aerial will work fine, but as most of us don't live at a major airport*, then if you want to listen to ATC at your home or more than a mile or so away from the airport then invest in a better aerial. ( remember to get aerial specific for airband frequency - there is a formula to work out the length of aerial required to optimise for airband look on internet - then just buy a good quality telescopic with BNC fitting - i got one on amazon sold by rocket radio for a few quid works a treat) you then extend it to the required length for airband. * obviously if you live near heathrow then your scanner will be "on fire" with atc, but I live in the north so we don't have such busy airports near by.