Once again I find myself doing another video for a TYT radio. Why? Because they are GREAT, that is why. The TH-7800 is the dual band version of the TYT TH-9800. Most everyone has heard of the TH-9800 by now – it is the Chinese copy of the Yaesu FT-8900. This radio was so popular that it was copied by other Chinese companies itself. If you see the Zastone MP800 or the Vitai VC-9900R, these are the same radio as the TYT – except TYT had it first.
In a very innovative step, TYT has released the TH-7800, which is the dual band version of the TH-9800. It removes the 10-meter and 6-meter bands from the mix, and provides you with a power-house dual band radio, which are the most popular of the bands for Amateurs. Lots of users of the TH-9800 are only using the radio for 2-meter or 70-centimeter anyway, so with the updated hardware and lower cost, this TH-7800 makes an excellent rig for anyone for a Ham License of any class. (Technicians cannot use the 10-meter FM portion of the band on the TH-9800)
If you are looking for a low-cost, full-power, dual band / dual receive / dual display mobile radio, complete with separation kit, this would be an excellent choice for you.