Meet the DP3661e

The DP3661e is the new addition to the MOTOTRBO portfolio and is a display and limited-keypad version of the DP3441e. This sleek and small portable has been designed for users who need effective communications in a compact form-factor. Like all current generation MOTOTRBO™ radios, the DP3661e is a high performance portable two-way radio with integrated voice and data capabilities.

Compared the the previous generation DP3441, the DP3661e offers:

  • A 5-line colour display that can be easily read in full sunlight.
  • An integrated accelerometer for the optional Man Down feature.
  • Bluetooth® 4.0 that supports a wider range of audio accessories as well as indoor location tracking via iBeacons.
  • Multi-constellation GNSS which enables increased location accuracy.
  • Integrated Wi-Fi which allows the radio to be programmed/updated wirelessly (OTAP).
  • Intellegent IMPRES energy and audio accessories.
  • Improved expandability due to extended memory and an advaned chipset.
  • An improved receiver chipset that offers better range (up to 8% more).
  • IP68  dust- and waterproofing.


It uses the same accessory connector and programming cable as the DP2400/2600 series radios. Batteries and accessories are the same as the DP3441/e.

This radio also supports all the features in the DP4000e series although there is no full keypad and less side buttons.

14 comments:

  1. UHF only? Any idea what the NA version will be?

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    1. VHF and UHF. As far as I know there isn't a North American version.

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  2. Great Radio! I have a vhf version with 3000mah impress battery and wifi option. Very long duration, gps very fast connection.

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  3. Hi Wayne!

    I am looking for a suitable Bluetooth PTT pod for this radio.

    What is the difference between NNTN8191 and NNTN8143? Information on motorolasolutions.com is sparse, unfortunately.

    Thank you! :)

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    1. No difference, NNTN8143C is part of NNTN8191C.

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  4. So the dustcap and the belt clip make all the difference. Got it, thanks!

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  5. Could we use with the radio 3th party accessory as standart Bluetooth receiver without any cable - like on smartphones? Do we need then PTT pod? Thanks in advance!

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    1. If that accessory supports Bluetooth, yes. But most commercial/consumer accessories won't support PTT - so receive only.

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  6. Hi Wayne,
    thanks for the reply! In fact I need DP4401 radio to be used with with cordless bluetooth accessory. So I am not sure what to add - as I see Motorola original earpieces are with cord connected to the Motorola PTT. But we need bluetooth without cord so if there is such original Motorola - please advise. Years ago we use with DP3000 /89409N I think it was.../

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    1. Yes there is - see http://bit.ly/2iVSuWC

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    2. Hi again,
      thanks for all replies, I just need confirmation if we can use DPxx01 with PTT Pod and this kind of Bluetooth accessory https://www.motorolastore.com/accessories/bluetooth-headsets/motorola-hk255.html As I understand - it would work and will be great to can take advantage of hands-free working

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    3. This will work BUT receive only. It does not have the ability to PTT and the radio will as a result probably use the internal microphone.

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  7. Hi Wayne,

    Is there a vibrating battery / belt clip for this model?

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