MXT400 MicroMobile®Two-Way Radio

Max out your GMRS performance with the Midland MicroMobile® MXT400 two-way radio. With 40 Watts of broadcasting power, this radio is the most powerful GMRS radio made by Midland. Especially useful on massive, sprawling properties like farms and ranches, this radio utilizes 15 GMRS channels and 8 high powered repeater channels. For the best performance, use with an antenna and mount.

*Compatible with Midland FRS/GMRS walkie talkies.

NOTICE: *Antenna, cable, and antenna mount sold separately.

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$249.99

Features


Full 40W Radio

8 repeater channels for increased communication range

15 high power GMRS channels

Radio Dimensions: 1.6" x 5.5" x 7.3"

142 privacy codes

Silent Operation

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What's in the box


  • MXT400 MicroMobile 2-Way Radio
  • Mount with Hardware
  • Microphone
  • 12V Power Cord
  • Owner's Manual
  • Quick Start Guide

Product Support

REVIEWS


MicroMobile Two Way Radio is rated 4.7 out of 5 by 50.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from One of the few legal (FCC part 95) radios. I received this radio 2 weeks ago. It is temporally using a Tram 1170 UHF mag mount antenna. The SWR is at 1.1 to 1. (Previously tuned to GMRS frequencies. With the antenna centered on my roof. Ford f250. I was using it on Long Beach Wa. On low power I was consistently hitting a repeater in Astoria Or. I had tried it on medium pwr, 22 watts, but that was not necessary as long as I was on the the beach. This is a distance of approximately 20+ miles. I do not know the height of the repeater in Astoria. Hope this helps. Keith T.
Date published: 2018-04-05
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I just installed this radio in my truck. Very impressive radio. The range talking to my wife who was using a Garmin Rino inside the house and me on the MXT400 on high power was about 7 miles in an urban setting. One of the reviews stated privacy codes did not work. I found that they do indeed work. Follow the manual on setting the codes. I suspect people are using the DCS codes vs the CTCSS codes where you look at the manual and cross reference the privacy code to the frequency you must select under CTCSS. Works perfect.
Date published: 2017-09-29
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent Midland thank you for finally creating a decent user friendly GMRS TYPE ACCEPTED radio. Seems to be sturdily built for a bit of rough handling just don’t get it wet. One improvement would be a software update to allow some storage of multiple repeaters with same frequency different power and tones. This would make my trips back to New York easier to switch back and forth same repeater freq different tones. Not going to reduce stars though. Good rig.
Date published: 2018-04-05
Rated 5 out of 5 by from This radio blew my mind the first time I used it. The most range I’ve ever gotten from a GMRS radio. I was able to talk to a friend with another MXT400 who was over 10 miles away in a decently wooded area. Don’t forget your FCC license!
Date published: 2017-08-23
Rated 5 out of 5 by from MXT400 - Awesome Radio I bought this because several other members of our Jeep club have GMRS radios. I wanted a radio that had high watts, because there are times when we are overlanding that I want that extra power for further range. I have it installed in the Jeep along the right side of the center console and liked the quality and reliability of it that I purchased a Midland CB to communicate with the other members that don't have GMRS.
Date published: 2018-09-14
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Good Value for a Part 95E certified GMRS radio We have had a pair of MXT400's for a week or so. They appear to have very sensitive receive capability. I have been able to pick up an individuals FRS (1/2 watt) Radio Shack wireless intercom from 28 miles and they only have a short antenna inside the house. The only concern is that you can only set the PL or DPL tones for both receive and transmit on the same tones. Some repeaters have different tones for input and output. The work around is to transmit the tone to open the repeater and use the open receive (no squelch) for receive.
Date published: 2018-09-13
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Functionality works great. Features are nice. The only issue I have with it is that it is only 35W, not the advertised 40W, according to my power meter. I would still buy the radio, but please note that it didn’t put out the rated power.
Date published: 2017-10-24
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Recommendations for improvement There are better used multi-typed radios available, much cheaper...I think an MSRP of $170 would be reasonable, after the following recommendations are fixed. A small issues is: the speaker could use a little more base. A firmware update is needed to: • Add split tone option for repeaters. • Add channel lockout function for scanning...NOW!! Other than those issues, not bad so far. **** please forward to Engineering Dept.****
Date published: 2018-07-13
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QUESTIONS


Can the receive ctcss be turned off when accessing repeaters, even when the transmit ctcss is necessary to open the repeater? Got a gmrs repeater locally using different receive vs transmit tones.

Asked by: DB66
Negative, at this time we cannot do split PL tones but it is a focus for our next MicroMobile radio due out in Spring of 2020!
Answered by: Midland Support
Date published: 2019-10-07

Hi, on the MXT 400, can you connect an external speaker? or do I need to make mods?

Asked by: Topcritter
Yes, the MXT400 has an external speaker jack
Answered by: Midland Support
Date published: 2019-09-23

I have limited dashboard space but want a 40W transceiver. I have a 75-822 CB and want the the integrated microphone/display from the MXT275 to go with it. Will that mic work with the MXT400?

Asked by: Derphound01
Hello there, The 75-822 is a CB radio and the MXT275 is a GMRS radio, so you will not be able to use parts interchangeably as they function on two completely different bands. The MXT400 is also a GMRS radio but you are unable to use the MXT275 mic with it again because that is not the intended function of those radios. The "brains" of the MXT275 radio are actually in the mic, so it will only function with it's base. We will have a new higher powered GMRS MicroMobile this Winter that will use the same set up of the MXT275 mic. Opt in to receiving emails from us to keep an eye out for updates!
Answered by: Midland Support
Date published: 2019-09-19

How much current does the radio draw at full output power?

Asked by: K6MLE
8 amps is typical and 10 amps is max
Answered by: Midland Support
Date published: 2019-10-04

Does the MTX400 have a weather (NOAA) channel?

Asked by: MMYoung57
It does not
Answered by: Midland Support
Date published: 2019-06-17

Does any of the micro GMRS radios, also be able to talk on FRS channels? or is it just GMRS channels?

Asked by: Newbie
If you mean the FRS channels 8-14 that would be a negative - the FCC does not allow for radios to transmit over .5W of power on those channels nor are you allowed to have radios with detached antennas on those channels. All FRS radios can access channels 1-7 and 15 - 22 however, so you are able to communicate with FRS radios as long as you are using those!
Answered by: Midland Support
Date published: 2019-01-11

Does this radio act as a repeater between 2 (or more) handheld talkies? Ex. Truck parked at top of hill. One talkie at bottom of hill on 1 side and another talkie at bottom of other side. Talkies can only reach truck radio but not each other.

Asked by: Krispyk
Negative, the radio can use repeater channels but is not a repeater itself. You will be limited to the range on the handhelds due to their transmitting power. The example you provide is exactly correct, the power of the MicroMobile is much higher than that of the handhelds, so it will have longer range. The handhelds are still line of sight, so the hill is causing the signal to be blocked.
Answered by: Midland Support
Date published: 2019-05-31

Can I mount the antenna for the mxt 400 close to my cb antenna without effecting the performance? I am looking to use the magnetic mount with a 6db antenna and the mxt 400 radio. Being used in a jeep wrangler.

Asked by: tinycfd7
As long as they do not transmit at the same time, that should be fine!
Answered by: Midland Support
Date published: 2018-12-01
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