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March 30, 2014

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Drive-In-Freak

The analog readout on the 2200 is about the most accurate I've ever used.
In all fairness the CC is designed in such a way that it's easy to use for those who may have a problem working small controls and buttons, as well as trouble seeing a small readout. That's a wonderful thing and I wish more outfits would keep people with issues (for lack of a better word) in mind.
I can see how the dial on the 2200 could cause some people problems. My eyesight was never that great to begin with. Over time and through dialing around on radios that have a less than accurate and/or rather vague tuning readouts I've learned to tune by ear.

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