Robert Adlington: Is it possible to name the frequencies and to upload them to the scanner
from a PC?
Steven Depew: Thank you for showing how easy it is. You did a great job of making it
James Treimanis: all of my fire/police/ems frequencies are narrow-banded. is this capable of
listening to narrowband? what is narrowband?
charliedontsurf70: so in essence,most frequencies are already thewre,it will just scan and
pick up whatevers nearest your area?
krazyhippy: @songshadow it will not wipe the memory when you unplug it from a power
Tiffany Lathrop: how do you remove a frequency that you programmed and dont want
Axel Bak: Thanks
krazyhippy: @Thomas Biagiotti….The best way to is find out what freq. your local
pd/fire use and hit the band button and locate what band they are using. I
have noticed that the pre-programmed channels in the pd/fire are no longer
used by those agencies anymore.
Steve Kucheran: great video explaind a lot thanks so much
krazyhippy: @dot matrix This scanner goes for about 80-90 dollars based on where you
look to buy it from.
Jim Eifler: So after I add the numbers I want I then press "private" followed by the
two buttons to the right when I want to scan?
Jon Doe: too complicated thanks i buy something else
David Bohanan: thank you
Nick Akerson: how can I tell if my scanner is actually scanning. when I turn it on all I
hear is static and that's about it
Benjamin Richard: Do you know the difference between this scanner and and bc355n? Besides the
10 dollar price difference.
griffin fortney: this did help thank u
Adde Tre: i need to put in 78.41250 but the unit only takes 78.41150 78.41260
Mark Utting: Very useful, thanks. This is a great little scanner for the price!
Adde Tre: how do you search all band and banks at one butten?
all, not specific, all air, police, marine.
Songshadow MaxC: Howdy!
Will my 355C lose its programming once the unit is unplugged from the power
Karl Vollmer: was such a big help thanks for sharing!!
Texas Music: I have the 450A model which is very close in programming to this unit in
What is the Police button used for that the Private button doesn't also do ?
I will use my specific model for only four local channels always.
barbara s: if I put a wrong frequency for my private how can I remove it? or you cant?
n yes this really helped me understand how to use it I just could not
figure it out on the little paper it tells what to do....:)
Joe Abdilla: May I ask if the scanner starts scanning again if left scanning when it was
switched off? Reason is that I am looking for a scanner which easy to use
for a blind friend of mine and it would make life easier for him. I
understand that to have it start scanning the programmed channels all you
have to do is press the private button really. Please confirm. Much obliged
as this would make a great starter for this friend of mine.
Roland Acosta: does this scanner bc355c have the ability to perform trunking? thx/
troublemaker2933: awesome! thanks!
Jeff Arrowsmith: thank you very informative
krazyhippy: A great website to get local frequencies is radioreference there u will
find every frequency for your local area.
xXTheSpoonm4nXx: How do you reset the private channles?
krazyhippy: Np, Glad i could help ya out.
ladii luck: any body know how to pick up apoc-25 on th
savgal1211: This was nice of you to show folks!! It is HARD to program scanners!!
MajorDiezel: Very good video, I was thinking about going for one of the more expensive
ones maybe the BCT8. But for my truck I think I might go with this basic
one and get a better into keep in my house. Thanks for the info.
kb5wqw: Is that computer programable, also?
krazyhippy: All you can program is the control channel for the trunking system.
nutmegger1957: Great instructional help!! How many "Private Banks" are available in this
model? What is better or newer or whatever about THIS model, -vs- the
SHAD0Wc0n: It seems like one that would require a PC interface cable. Huh. So on a
scale of 1-10 how would you rate this scanner compared to others?
savgal1211: Gimme a HOME PATROL!! Worth the 500 bucks!!
TheKyridgerunner: Awesome Video.!!! i racked my brain trying to figure it out how to program
this thing. Thanks...
Rob: This vid saved me but I will say that to anyone to has the problem in which
when you hit program it says "Pr9-Loc", Hold Prgm for over 2.5 seconds and
it should say the same msg but with off in front of it. This is a safety
measure of uniden to prevent unintentional programming, any questions just
PM me, Rob
KF7MGT: Its common sense, and being a ham helps!
james moment: my bc350a says prg-loc. how do i get it off
Thomas Fish: Thanks . I didnt waste my money after all
Railrodder: I have the BC350c public service scanner. I use mine mainly for railway and
aircraft monitering. Police and EMS in our area have long since gone to a
digital system, so cannot be received. I agree that the manual provided is
a bit confusing. Your instructional video really helps! Thanks for posting
mike wazowski: hey, do you know if the BC355c channels can be programmed with a specific
name? example. on private i have 470.000 on channel 1, is it possible to
name it (SPD 1) or ect, on the display?
krazyhippy: Cool and thank you for adding that information.
krazyhippy: the difference is really just features. The bc355c is a 800MHZ and the
bc350a is not 800MHZ scanner.
savgal1211: You STINK!! Go away, Obama!!
krazyhippy: I wish i knew really.....the problem is the makers of this digital
encryption will not allow any maker of a scanner to put the technology in
the scanner. I hope one day soon a scanner will be available bc scanning is
a big part of my radio hobby. I am part of the SkyWarn weather team and
being able to listen to emergency broadcast helps greatly with what i do
when i comes to storm spotting and chasing.
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