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Good afternoon, ham radio 2.0. In this episode, we are somewhere in the north end of 125. Today, we are talking about the MB 9600 version 3. The MD 9600 radio is TYT's latest attempt at a dual-band DMR mobile radio. It is a good attempt, a very good attempt. When you receive the version 3, you will notice that it is actually version 2.0 one. The firmware version 5.05 is the latest one available. You can't load firmware 5.05 on version one or two radios. So, if you have firmware version 5.05 or later, you should have what they call version 3. The main difference between versions 2 and 3 is that version 3 almost eliminates the speaker pop issue that was present in version 2. In addition, the microphone backlight issue has been fixed on both versions, so it is not something you need to worry about. The VHF warbling distorted speech issue has also been fixed in the version 3. Unfortunately, I haven't had the chance to test this as there are no VHF DMR repeaters in my area. Last week, I recorded the Texas Statewide Net held on Talk Group 3148. In the recording, you can see the screen display, the lack of speaker pop, and the layout after loading the entire contacts database, which is possible with the firmware version 5.05. It does take some time, as there are over 76,000 contacts in the DMR mark database. Moving on to the radio itself, make sure to check with your retailer and ask about the hardware version that comes up when you read the radio. If it is 2.01, then that is version 3, even though TYT calls it version 3. Now, let's take a look at the radio and navigate through various menus. Today's episode...