sports direct frequency

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Re: sports direct frequency

Post by scanhermit » 08 Jun 2014, 16:17

Heh, that would be funny.

Sainsbury's use headphone units. I tried scanning from outside the store on 440-900Mhz but heard nowt.

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Re: sports direct frequency

Post by LeakyFeeder » 08 Jun 2014, 16:55

Barnsley are on 449 in the clear... cant remember what the exact freq was but i do know they had no ctcss.....

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Re: sports direct frequency

Post by Mattylad » 08 Jun 2014, 21:58

Hmm, interesting listening I bet.

Things such as "what size are these trainers?" and "have we got any extra small groin cups?" :)

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Re: sports direct frequency

Post by DuncanM » 08 Jun 2014, 23:53

My nearest locals:

The warehouse / distribution point 449.400 / 71.9k
The Riverway Retail Park shop 449.400 / 199.5k

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Re: sports direct frequency

Post by pmr446man » 09 Jun 2014, 12:49

scanhermit wrote:
pmr446man wrote:Sports Direct are usually 446 but sometimes 449 or similar.
they tend to use Maxons.
I was wondering what handsets they were using in the Harrogate branch. I couldn't get close enough to tell without invading personal space.
Usually high end Maxon handies.
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Re: sports direct frequency

Post by scanhermit » 09 Jun 2014, 21:02

High end? They are probably never more than 50 yards apart. Overkill methinks ;-)

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Re: sports direct frequency

Post by pmr446man » 13 Jun 2014, 20:18

scanhermit wrote:High end? They are probably never more than 50 yards apart. Overkill methinks ;-)
Yeah, They seem like decent radios but Im not sure what the specific model is.
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Re: sports direct frequency

Post by DuncanM » 14 Jun 2014, 12:11

'High end' as they would have to be fairly durable and long lasting.

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Re: sports direct frequency

Post by pmr446man » 15 Jun 2014, 01:39

DuncanM wrote:'High end' as they would have to be fairly durable and long lasting.
Just like their Trainers.
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Re: sports direct frequency

Post by DuncanM » 05 Jul 2014, 11:20

DuncanM wrote:My nearest locals:

The warehouse / distribution point 449.400 / 71.9k
The Riverway Retail Park shop 449.400 / 199.5k
The same shop above is also using 449.3125 / 254.1k

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Re: sports direct frequency

Post by everton72 » 10 Oct 2015, 19:16

Birkenhead sports direct frequency s

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