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Has anyone used this GPS and split to feed multiple radios? I had an AvMap G6 APRS that I used few times with my TM-D710. I eventually sold the G6, though.

AvMap sticks it to you for map updates and loading the updates takes an inordinately long time. I also didn't care for the user interface. AvMap could learn a few things from Garmin.

With a Garmin nuvi GPS receiver and an Argent Data GTRANS adapter, you get almost the same functionality as the AvMap G6 for a lot less money. As for splitting the GPS signal, that's easy. Just build a splitter for the GPS-to-radio signal line. Most GPS receivers can drive two different destination devices. In my vehicle, I have a puck-type GPS receiver that drives both my TM-D710 and a RS-232 to USB adapter so I can get GPS data into a computer. I had an AvMap G6 APRS that I used few times with my TM-D710. I eventually sold the G6, though.

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AvMap sticks it to you for map updates and loading the updates takes an inordinately long time. I also didn't care for the user interface.

AvMap could learn a few things from Garmin. With a Garmin nuvi GPS receiver and an Argent Data GTRANS adapter, you get almost the same functionality as the AvMap G6 for a lot less money.

As for splitting the GPS signal, that's easy. Just build a splitter for the GPS-to-radio signal line. Most GPS receivers can drive two different destination devices. In my vehicle, I have a puck-type GPS receiver that drives both my TM-D710 and a RS-232 to USB adapter so I can get GPS data into a computer.

Does anyone have a simple wire diagram for the GPS feed wire split? I'm using a Nuvi 350 with a Kenwood TM-D700. It would be nice to run the HP off the single GPS.

I have the Argent cable. This is pretty simple. I snatched the Kenwood GPS cable wiring diagram from the Kenwood manual and added the HP-1 GPS plug diagram that Mancow provided. All that's needed from that point (for me at least) is a way to know which wire in the HP1 (/396/996/etc) GPS cable corresponds to those pins, and it's 'game on'.

I have a GreenLightLabs GPS-710, which fits in between the TM-D710A control head and the radio, inline on the RJ45 cable. Its GPS signal is passed to the TM-D710A control head via a small 2.5mm cable, and on the opposide side of the GPS widget is another 2.5mm output which could go to my HP, freeing up a 12V socket in my car and reducing cable clutter. I picked up a Garmin 350 on eBay for $35 with all the original accessories. I think you will like it. I am sure that you already know this, but once it arrives register it with Garmin, do the firmware updates, and consider springing for LifeTime maps. Also, 8 GB micro SD cards are cheap. You will need the SD adapter, but that is not a big deal, of course.

I was pleasantly surprised when I bought mine used a year ago. It had never been connected to a computer, so when I registered with Garmin I was eligible for a new map! Oh, and they told me it had a one year warranty. I mentioned that I bought it used, but they said since it had never been registered that they covered it for one year!