Today we are looking at the Motorola Dp2400 earpiece, the new radio is slowly becoming the normal radio used at events and festivals. This article is looking at the earpiece range for the new radio, with a different type of connector compared to the DP3400 or GP340, it is worth doing a bit more research before you purchase these radio accessories.
For your hard-earned wonga, you get a 12-month failure warranty (always a welcome and appreciated feature), as well as an excellent little device, all things considered.
The DP2400 earpiece features extra-long Kevlar strengthened cabling (although its unlikely that the cable will stop a bullet, we’re just telling you that now), as well as a rotating sprung metal clip, which is a genuine improvement on the more stationary design (although you probably can’t break out that Sumo suit just yet) and an excellent inline microphone.
The DP2400 earpiece also features a multipin plug, but the plug is only designed to fit the Motorola DP2400 and DP2600 series. It will not work with the DP3400 or DP4800 series, which severely limits its appeal in this area, as it renders the DP2400 earpiece less versatile than the other, cheaper models on this list.
Overall, this is a very nice earpiece indeed. Performance wise, however, there’s not a lot to choose from between any of the earpieces featured on this list, all of them are quality products and none will let you down.
The DP2400 earpiece is a solid, dependable product that does a good job and doesn’t hurt your bank account. What more can you ask for?
…And so our series ends. However, we hope that you’ve found this series informative and helpful to you. With all the emphasis we place on two-way radios (across the various outposts of our little multimedia empire), it seemed overdue that we focussed a little bit on the peripherals. Glad you could join us.