MXT275 MicroMobile® Two-Way Radio

A full 15 Watt two-way GMRS radio featuring a fully integrated handheld microphone. Perfect for those with limited dashboard space. Broadcast over 15 GMRS channels plus eight high-powered repeater channels. Tune into NOAA Weather Radio to get weather updates from the National Weather Service. Mounting bracket, 12V power cord with DC adapter, detachable antenna and magnetic antenna mount included.

*Compatible with Midland FRS/GMRS walkie talkies.

FREE shipping on all orders over $100.

$149.99

Features


Full 15 Watt Radio

8 Repeater Channels

15 Hi Power Channels (GMRS Channels: 1-7 & 15-22)

Fully Integrated Control Mic

Speaker Mic Jack

142 Privacy Codes

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What's in the box


  • MicroMobile GMRS 2-Way Radio
  • Flip-Frame Detachable Mount
  • Mounting Hardware
  • Detachable Antenna with Magnetic Mount
  • Microphone Holder
  • 12V Power Cord with DC Adapter
  • Quick Start Guide
  • Owner's Manual

Product Support

REVIEWS


MicroMobile Two Way Radio is rated 4.9 out of 5 by 96.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Space Saver with all the features. I've had this radio installed in a Jeep JK for about a week now. Besides using this for off road fun I'm also volunteer zone leader for our local fire council in which we operate two GMRS repeaters which we use for local emergency and disaster relief communications. Having the repeater channels is a plus and I can see other members adding this to their vehicles. I'm also a licensed ham radio operator I can tell you this radio is built as well as the amateur and professional radios that I'm used to operating. Besides the MTX 275, I also own the MTX 115, MTX 100 and a few T70 handhelds.
Date published: 2018-07-24
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent follow on to the MXT115 Been using the MXT115 for many months and happy with performance, but it was in a van and getting to (and seeing) the controls was always a problem. Got the MXT 275 on pre-order (arrived quickly, thanks) and just swapped the unit into the existing bracket, antenna (MXTA11) and wiring. Same great performance but MUCH easier to see and use with everything right there on the handset. Moved the MXT115 to a desk in a trailer where visibility and access to the control unit is better and I'm a happy traveller. Also, a thank you to the service folks. I sent a request for the current draw specs (off, standby, Rx, Tx) and got the data the next day. Good info for those of us keeping track of Ahrs.
Date published: 2018-07-24
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent Range and Reception and Easy to Use! We upgraded to the MXT275 last month. We have been using our Midland FRS/GMRS handhelds for 2 years between vehicles. However, over the horizon communication was not always possible, and keeping track of a handheld while offroad is not always easy. The MXT275 has increased our range and reception beyond our expectations! The setup on our dash and ease of use of the radio makes this a perfect upgrade. I can highly recommend this setup to anyone!
Date published: 2018-08-23
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Excellent GMRS mobile! I got the MXT275 on pre-sale, and did an unboxing and installation video, and have been using it for over a month now. This is an amazing GMRS radio with a decent range. I have little to no interior room in my car, so this was perfect. The control head is attached to a mount that I made out of a ProClipUSA mount, a RAM arm mount, and some ABS plastic sheet. I initially used this radio with a PCTel unity gain NMO mount antenna, but have since moved on to a Larsen LP450NMO puck, and have seen a jump in performance. Can't recommend this enough. The only feature I could ask for would be an ignition sense wire, or an ignition status sense that would turn the radio on when the ignition is turned on, as I have mine wired to an ignition-controlled fuse block, and have to turn it on manually every time I start the car.
Date published: 2018-08-29
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Tractor to Tractor communication We recently bought 11 micro mobiles and 4 GXT1000 radios to better improve instant communications on the farm. So far 2 weeks into the switch we are extremely please and satisfied. We have them in all the tractors and combines as well as the semis. Range is better than we were experiencing with our CB’s and seems to be more reliable. We have 4 mxt115’s and 4 mxt275’s as well as 3 mxt400. Doing. It over I would have went with 8 mxt275’s for the equipment due to better versatility. I plan on doing a full YouTube review in the near future. Thanks for an awesome product.
Date published: 2018-11-30
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Perfect radio for trail runs I had a CB and Ham installed in my Jeep for trail runs, but found I hardly used them because everyone else I wheeled with just used GMRS, so this was a no brainer rather than using a handheld. Installation was very straight forward. I used hose clamps to afix the base mount under the drivers seat. I had to fabricate a small mount for the magnetic antenna. The hand mic/speaker feeds up alongside the center console, making it easy to use while on the trail. The included manual answered all the questions I had when it came to settings. Overall, I'm very happy with this radio, so I bought a couple for my sons too.
Date published: 2019-08-13
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Perfect for cars w/ little dash space My Subaru Forester lacks a good mounting option on the dashboard to instal a MXT105 or 115... With this MXT275 I can keep the whole base and power cord neatly hidden in my armrest console, and when not in use, I can easily keep the microphone in there too. The controls are easy to use and very intuitive. I’ve never been able to convince my wife to get a HAM license, but this radio is so easy to use, she wants one now for emergencies.
Date published: 2018-07-19
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Love this radio Live on a small farm/ranch with lots of animals and it is more convenient to have radios to communicate with than with using text with the phone and the response is much quicker. The Midland Radio MX275 with all the controls in the handset is the best. I have installed in my UTV and can travel all over the farm and get great and crystal clear reception with the two Midland handhelds 1050's that I also purchased. I have a lot of animals to tend to and sometimes need a quick response and this radio meets need nicely. I plan to purchase several more to add to my other farm equipment and trucks.
Date published: 2019-03-01
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QUESTIONS


What type of connector is used to connect the handset to the base unit? I would like to use a surface mounted connector on the dash of my vehicle. I plan to run a cable from the surface mount to the hidden base unit.

Asked by: Smittie
This is a RJ45 connector. The cord for the head unit is about 6ft when stretched.
Answered by: Midland Support
Date published: 2018-11-27

Regarding the mxt275 with the stock antenna, is an swr check still required. It does not mention that in the online owners manual. It just describes the procedure with no mention to swr.

Asked by: Leo62
No, all of our antennas are "plug and play" meaning they are ready to go out of the box. No SWR meter required as they are tuned to a center frequency. MidlandUSA
Answered by: Midland Support
Date published: 2018-12-18

Can you please tell me the pinouts for the wiring between the handheld control unit and the main unit of the MXT275? With the pinouts I can see if I can connect these two with existing wiring that may have one or two fewer wires than the standard.

Asked by: DJenner8
Yep, I will send it to you via email. Please note your options will be limited as most of the radio is in the handset.
Answered by: Midland Support
Date published: 2018-10-09

What is the power output is on "low" or on channels 1-7? How much current does the unit draw when transmitting at high power, low power and just receiving?

Asked by: Xterrible
Hello, the MXT275 is a GMRS radio unable to transmit over 5W of power on channels 1 - 7 per the FCC. That will be the only power setting you will be able to access per programming on these channels. On the current draw; with the radio off it will pull less than 5mA, low transmitting power is less than 1750mA and on high less than 3500mA. Receiving is less than 300mA.
Answered by: Midland Support
Date published: 2019-11-01

What is the USB output current? i.e 1 amp or 2.1 amp.

Asked by: Xterrible
Our most current test shows the USB output can sustain 3A current draw.
Answered by: Midland Support
Date published: 2019-09-05

When the radio's weather alert feature is activated and automatically enters WX mode after an alert (not by pressing a button), does the unit eventually shut off WX mode after a period of time?

Asked by: Cale
Hey Cale, you would just press the PTT to exit Weather Mode.
Answered by: Midland Support
Date published: 2019-04-23

Can this antenna be removed and a mxta11 installed on the base?

Asked by: JonR
Hey Jon, you bet! The 6db gain antenna will quadruple your range!
Answered by: Midland Radio Corporation
Date published: 2018-11-16

As of September 2017, the FCC allows GMRS radios to use FRS channels 8-14, albeit with a maximum transmitting power of 0.5 watts. Will this radio be updated in the future to include those channels?

Asked by: JohnD
Hey JohnD, While that is true to an extent, only hand-held portable units may transmit on these 7 channels. Here is the info: FCC Title 47, PART 95, Subpart E, §95.1763 Part D: 467 MHz interstitial channels. Only hand-held portable units may transmit on these 7 channels. The channel center frequencies are: 467.5675, 467.5875, 467.6125, 467.6375, 467.6625, 467.6875, and 467.7125 MHz. §95.1787 GMRS additional requirements: Each hand-held portable unit transmitter type submitted for certification under this subpart is subject to the rules in this section. (4) The antenna must be a non-removeable integral part of the GMRS unit. Our MicroMobile radios have a removable antenna, thus are classified as a “Mobile Radio”; therefore, according to FCC rule those radios are not capable of transmitting or receiving on 467 MHz interstitial channels (commonly referred to as channels 8-14): 467.5675, 467.5875, 467.6125, 467.6375, 467.6625, 467.6875, and 467.7125 MHz. Hope that helps clear things up!
Answered by: Midland Support
Date published: 2019-05-11

Channels 1-7 on my radio are stuck on low power, changing them in the menu doesn't change the indicator from LO to HI. Any ideas what I should do?

Asked by: Skitter302
Hey there, you will not be able to change that as GMRS radios are limited to 5W of power per the FCC on channels 1 - 7. You would need to switch to 15 - 22 to get full power (GMRS is limited to 50W of power on those channels!).
Answered by: Midland Support
Date published: 2019-06-02

How much surface area is needed to get a proper ground plane with the included antenna? I know the more the better, but there isn’t much horizontal metal on a softtop jeep JK other than the hood and fender. Where is the antenna mounted in the preview pic?

Asked by: MR11
Hello, You are correct, the more surface area the better. The minimum ground plane required should be ¼ wavelength in radius. At 462-467 MHz that’s about 6 inches. MidlanUSA
Answered by: Midland Support
Date published: 2018-12-08

What does Pre-ordering do for you? Is there a price discount? Will it be available at Bass Pro?

Asked by: PathfinderofPA
Hello - the pre-order would ensure you receive this item before it sells out! We wanted our Midland family to have the opportunity to own this product before we make them available to the public. The best place to guarantee your chance of owning the MXT275 is right here on midlandusa.com!
Answered by: Midland Support
Date published: 2018-07-24

What repeater channels are on this radio ? 

Asked by: Littlevenrick8314
Hello there! If you would like to see the repeater channels please look at the owner's manual on this page. Here is the link directly: https://midlandusa.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/10/MXT275-Owners-Manual.pdf You will find this information on page 27!
Answered by: Midland Support
Date published: 2018-07-23

What is the length of the handset cord? Will there be an extension for the cord to mount the box in a remote location? 

Asked by: Jeepin Ohio
Hello, The MXT275 handheld mic can be stretched past 6ft in length and still be connected to the base. In addition, you have 19ft of cord to connect the base to the antenna. MidlandUSA
Answered by: Midland Support
Date published: 2018-07-24

When is this radio expected to be available?

Asked by: GRRJR
We are happy to announce this product will begin shipping in late July!
Answered by: Midland Support
Date published: 2018-07-24

Are any off them water resistant on the micro line

Asked by: Anonymous
Hello, the MicroMobile line was produced for use inside a vehicle and was not intended to be in contact with water.
Answered by: Midland Support
Date published: 2018-07-16

Are the micros water resistant

Asked by: Andrew
Hello Andrew, MXT275 is intended to be used in a dry environment. We do not make any claims to this radio having resistance to water.
Answered by: Midland Support
Date published: 2018-07-16

If the radio itself is 5.25" wide, how much more does the mounting bracket add to the overall width?

Asked by: Drew
Hello Drew, the radio is actually 4.3" wide and with the mounting bracket it is 5.25" no additional width past that!
Answered by: Midland Support
Date published: 2019-04-28

I also have a MXT 115 installed already and since the mount is the same, can I use the same installed MXT115 antenna for the MXT275? Then I could use the new mount and new antenna to move the MXT115 elsewhere. 

Asked by: Rich
Hey Rich, yes you should have no issue with that swap out scenario!
Answered by: Midland Support
Date published: 2018-07-16

Is the speaker on the base or the mic?

Asked by: Jax16
Hello there, the speaker for the MXT275 is actually both in the base and in the handset! If desired, an optional external speaker (purchased separately) can be connected to the EXT SPKR jack. When selecting an external speaker, ensure the speaker has 8-ohm impedance and is rated for 4.0 watts. NOTE: When an external speaker is connected, the radio’s internal speaker is automatically disabled.
Answered by: Midland Support
Date published: 2018-07-23

Understanding that performance will not be 100%, can or will this radio operate without the external antenna hooked up?

Asked by: duke
No, it will not.
Answered by: Midland Radio Corporation
Date published: 2019-04-28

I already own the MTX115. I am considering getting the MTX275 to replace the MTX115 in my truck and move the MTX115 to my travel trailer. Will the MTX275 fit into the mounting bracket for the MTX115?

Asked by: Corky
Yes it will fit, the base of the MXT115 and MXT275 are the same size.
Answered by: Midland Radio Corporation
Date published: 2018-05-02

Is a license required for this radio?

Asked by: CRaig
Yes, an FCC license is required for the MXT275. The license is $75 which includes your entire household and is good for 10 years.
Answered by: Midland Radio Corporation
Date published: 2018-07-10

Can the repeater channels be turned on individually?

Asked by: HammerZeit
Yes it will. There is a repeater feature designed in the radio that will allow you to turn them on individually.
Answered by: Midland Radio Corporation
Date published: 2019-05-02

Is the mic waterproof?

Asked by: jay64
The mic for the MXT275 is not waterproof.
Answered by: Midland Radio Corporation
Date published: 2018-07-10

What is the maximum amperage draw for the MXT275?

Asked by: Rholt
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