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The Kenwood radios used in Die Hard 2 were: Model: TH45AT The Kenwood radios used in Die Hard 2 were: Model: TH45AT
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Warren G. Harding Died of Heart Disease Harding was touring the Western US when he died in San Francisco, California. Food poisoning was the initial diagnosis, then str…oke. With today's medical knowledge, it is now generally accepted that Harding died of heart disease.
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>Kenwood TH-42 HT (440 version of the TH-22). >The US soldiers and terrorists in the Die Hard 2 film used the same equipment Not quite........ The TH42 was introduced in… 1994, but the movie Die Hard 2 came out in 1990. To be precize: the radios used in this flick are Kenwood TH-45AT. And 'no', they don't have built-in scramblers.
The terrorists in the first Die Hard film were using Kenwood TH-42 (the 440 version of the TH-42) - Kenwood 144 MHz walkie talkie The US soldiers and terrorists in Die Hard …2 used the same equipment. Sorry you are wrong, they used the Kenwood TH-45AT....
they were kenwood tks 350 short range hand helds on a.m (american cb) keypad was a modification cant find any with keypads
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Minnesota was originally picked for location filming, but there was no snow, so filming was moved to Michigan.
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The character's name was Simon and he was played by Jeremy Irons
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The first Die Hard movie was originally filmed in the year 1988. However the franchise has gone on to produce several other movies in the series, some of which have been filme…d much more recently.
The technology certainly exists to detonate explosives remotely by radio. It's relatively easy, and I'm sure I could build it myself, but I'm also keenly aware… that it would be the stupid move of the century ... When you build a radio receiver to receive the signal that YOU send to it, there is absolutely NO WAY to prevent somebody ELSE's signal from getting into it. In this case, that kind of an accident could conceivably detonate your charge at an inconvenient time. This is one situation where even I, who have made my living in various forms of radio communication, technology, and research for more than 60 years, must urge you to forget about radio. For explosives, it's best to use hard wiring. Trust me.