John Griffiths takes a look at a new budget priced scanner – The GRE PSR-295. It has 1000 channels, ten memory banks, AM and FM modes, CTCSS & DCS sub audible encoded squelch modes plus a 16-character, 4 line, alphanumeric liquid crystal display and comes pre-programmed with search ranges for Marine, Air, CB, PMR and Ham Radio. Notably this model includes the Military Airband too. Coming in at a price below £140 it’s not going to break the bank but is it any good? Read on and find out.
John (ddraigmor) investigates the GRE PSR-282 Handheld Scanner. This particular radio is aimed firmly at the airband enthusiast as it supports the all important 8.33 KHz steps that is becoming more commonplace on new receivers. The most amazing thing about this radio is the price and it proves that radio scanning can still be a budget priced hobby if you are careful about the equipment you purchase. Click the “read more” link below to see the full review.