X-TALKER Extreme Dual Pack T77VP5

Fully loaded with six different accessories, the T77 Extreme Dual Pack includes our T71 X-Talker FRS two-way radios already packaged with some of Midland’s most popular extras in a soft-shell carrying case.
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Features


Three Year Warranty

36 Channels

Two boom mic headseats

Soft-shell Carrying Case

Clear, crisp communication with easy button access

Xtreme Range* - Up to 38 miles

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What's in the box


  • Pair of Radios
  • Belt Clips
  • Rechargeable Battery Packs
  • Desktop Charger
  • AC Wall Adapter
  • Micro USB Charging Cable
  • Owner's Manual
  • Two boom microphone headsets
  • 12V Auto Adapter

Accessories


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REVIEWS


Extreme Dual Pack is rated 4.7 out of 5 by 12.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from The X Talker T77VP5 is just what I need, a radio I can hand to a client in the morning and know that it will work all day. These met my expectations for vehicle to vehicle communications and transition perfectly to hiking with multiple groups. We worked these radios long, hot and dusty days for multiple days in a row. As such, the quick charge feature is a must. The ability to quick charge in vehicle or switch to AA batteries is a game changer, as is the protective carry case. In town or on the trail, the case is a reminder to collect radios at the end of the day and charge batteries. It is a great way of keeping everything protected, transportable and in one place. Additionally, the case helps stabilize the base charger while charging in the vehicle. Working into the canyons did cut the range down, however the clarity remained good. Key features are multiple charging options, storage case, weather band and ease of operation.
Date published: 2017-06-13
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Bought this for use on motorcycles. Earpiece/Mike was too loose for inside the helmet wear without support. I was able to install the earpiece/mike in my 3/4 face helmet by sliding the mike behind the cheek cushion and the earpiece fit in the gap for my ear, so no problem. Also managed to soft wire the earpiece/mike to the cheek straps of a shorty helmet. Vox is not really an option with the wind noise, but PTT works. With road and M/C noise I needed to keep the volume up so I could hear the other person. The only thing that I have not been able to solve yet is finding the PTT button easily while riding. Its a little small may need to order a larger one. Overall a good experience.
Date published: 2017-10-27
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Worthy Contender As a Review Ranger for theDyrt. Midland provided this product for review. Having spent my career dependent on “hand transmitters,” I know, firsthand, of their benefits and importance...I have also learned of their strengths and shortcomings. I am also realistic in my expectations when it comes to the differences between recreational and professional grade “hand transmitters” (HT’s). First and foremost, do your homework when considering portable radios. Don’t expect a recreational radio to perform like a professional radio, especially professional one that operates with repeaters...or you will be sorely disappointed and wrongly blame the product. I have lost reception with teammates when using professional HT’s separated by multiple floors in concrete structures. Personally...I believe the Midland X-Talker Extreme T77VP5 has a solid place in the outdoor, backpacking, camping world. I can name 25 campground and Wilderness areas in West Virginia alone where cell service is non-existent...yet you can still communicate with this Midland radio (within certain distances). Communication is life...and a huge part of survivability. It certain career fields, you do not proceed with a mission without comms. I was able to communicate effectively at varying distances with the Midland X-Talker Extreme. The myriad of channels assists in finding one where you aren’t “stepping” on someone else’s communication, and you can enjoy a somewhat ‘private’ conversation. These channels are not encrypted, so transmissions can be heard by others that have the same channel availability. However, if you have several Midland radios on the same channel, you do have the option of privacy codes to limit listeners within that select group. We also tried my own version of ‘line of sight,’ on a long, curved stretch of Gulf beach. These were my results: • .5 mile excellent reception • 1 mile excellent reception • 2 mile was unreliable...hit and miss Scientific results? Nope! Only what I experienced. Humidity, impending storms, pressure, and sea state may have caused ducting affecting range. Negative results? Nope! You learn to work within the parameters dealt. The Midland X-Talker Extreme T77VZP5 is still an effective, feature-rich hand transmitter set! Trying to keep tabs on the kids while camping, give them a radio, operational instructions and clip it to their belt or pack. Kids love electronic gadgets, so it’s likely they’ll quickly be instructing you of its many features and usefulness. Peace of mind and quick communication...just a button push away. I would wholeheartedly recommend this product!
Date published: 2018-06-15
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good for hiking I occasionally get the chance to review gear for The Dyrt as one of their Rangers. I purchased these walkie talkies for a trip to Utah, where would be doing lots of hiking, climbing and canyoneering. Some pros about the duel pack are: 1.) Battery life- we charged these up on their charging station at home before we left on our trip and they lasted the entire 10 day trip on regular use. 2.) Intuitive usuage – We didn’t need to score through the manual to figure out how to use the walkie talkies. Everything made sense and was user friendly. 3.) EXTREMELY Clear Communication - no static or clarity issues However, the clip on the radios was not up to par (it fell right off my backpack strap), and there were zero loops or holes on the device for us to sling or carabiner them to ourselves. This meant that while climbing, if dropped, they would be toast. We ended up "locking" them to us via rubber bands. This is a great product for casual hiking, but it might not be ideal for more extreme situations where it has the potential to fall off/get lost or damaged (rafting, climbing, skiing). We will most likely just try to keep them in a pack, rather than on our body in those cases.
Date published: 2018-05-24
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great value! As a Ranger for The Dyrt, occasionally I get to test products. I tested the Midland Radios X-Talker Extreme Dual Pack T77VP5 while camping and hiking through Anthony Lakes. Being in a vast wooded area, I was thrilled to have radios that worked well and could be easily charged with a USB cord and a power block. Lightweight and easy to attach to a backpack or belt. Pros: - Good value (price for product); two radios, soft-shell carrying case, earpieces, charging station, USB car charger, USB wall plug-in charger, rapid rechargeable batteries, 36-channels. - Range of up to 38 miles! - Sounds great and keeps a charge. Cons: - The charging station is a light plastic and doesn’t feel as durable as thicker plastic. Overall, I give the Midland Radio X-Talker Extreme Dual Pack T77VP5 five stars. It delivers exactly what it says it does. It’s a great value and a product worth having to keep you in communication with others during your outdoor adventures!
Date published: 2019-07-31
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great radio’s to officiate Football games I purchased the radios for my Football Crew to use during our games, great for communicating on the field weather it be to correct a placement of the ball, talk about a penalty, or just talk between plays. They work fantastic
Date published: 2019-11-13
Rated 5 out of 5 by from light compact, work great I bought these to use on my powered paraglider for air to ground com. They work great and surprisingly the little boom mike was audible from the air with a small foam mic cover I bought at a music store. Thanks Midland. BTW their customer service was excellent also. Highly recommend.
Date published: 2019-04-27
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Simple and Easy to use I bought this about 3 weeks ago and it really helps improve communication with our tar kettle operator and our truck driver. We are so happy we have purchased this product.
Date published: 2019-09-03
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QUESTIONS


What are the frequencies of the additional 14 channels (CH 23-36). They are not documented on the manual.

Asked by: MPerez
Hello, Those channels are actually just the regular FRS/GMRS frequencies/channels with preprogrammed privacy codes. Here you go! Channel 23 - 462.5625 - Channel 1 - privacy code CTCSS 38 Channel 24 - 462.6125 - Channel 3 - privacy code CTCSS 35 Channel 25 - 462.6625 - Channel 5 - privacy code CTCSS 32 Channel 26 - 462.7125 - Channel 7 - privacy code CTCSS 29 Channel 27 - 462.5500 - Channel 15 - privacy code CTCSS 26 Channel 28 - 462.6000 - Channel 17 - privacy code CTCSS 23 Channel 29 - 462.6500 - Channel 19 - privacy code CTCSS 20 Channel 30 - 462.7000 - Channel 21 - privacy code CTCSS 17 Channel 31 - 462.5875 - Channel 2 - privacy code DCS 1 Channel 32 - 462.6375 - Channel 4 - privacy code DCS 4 Channel 33 - 462.6875 - Channel 6 - privacy code DCS 7 Channel 34* - 467.5625 - Channel 8 - privacy code DCS 10 Channel 35* - 467.6125 - Channel 10 - privacy code DCS 13 Channel 36* - 467.6625 - Channel 12 - privacy code DCS 16 * Channels 34 - 36 are low power channels. MidlandUSA
Answered by: Midland Support
Date published: 2018-12-13

Are you required to have a GMRS license to operate these?

Asked by: d525
Hello, no you do not require an FCC license to operate this radio as it is not over 2W. Per the new FCC rules only radios over 2W require licensing!
Answered by: Midland Support
Date published: 2018-12-18

Are the headphones wireless? The picture looks like they are...

Asked by: WestVirginiaMountainMan
The headsets are not wireless.
Answered by: Midland Radio Corporation
Date published: 2018-12-18

What is the dimension of the case?

Asked by: Goo Goo
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