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7 results for "Talky" - Most at least downloaded

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- Countdown, talkie, in english
Countdown from 10 to 0, in english (with french accent), in a walkie-talkie. UCS Category: VOXMale. Duration: 00:11.
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- Countdown, talkie, in french
Countdown from 10 to 0, in french, in a walkie-talkie. UCS Category: VOXMale. Duration: 00:12.
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- Walkie talkie: Keypad tones
Keypad tones of a walkie talkie Midland G7. 12x high and 1x low. UCS Category: COMTran. Duration: 00:09.
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- Walkie talkie: Conversation
Background noise of conversation on a walkie talkie Midland G7. 9x. UCS Category: COMTran. Duration: 00:25.
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- High frequency continuous buzzer
High frequency continuous buzzer. There is a buzzer of walkie talkie on a wooden table. UCS Category: COMTran. Duration: 00:05.
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- Walkie talkie: Start
Starting a walkie talkie Midland G7. 6x. UCS Category: COMTran. Duration: 00:10.
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- Low frequency continuous buzzer
Low frequency continuous buzzer. There is a buzzer of walkie talkie on a wooden table. UCS Category: COMTran. Duration: 00:04.
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