For Mid-Size Polaris Ranger owners who use their machines competitively, for those who partake in rallies and / or UTV races, or simply those who wish to tap into the airwaves for music and announcements from local broadcasters, a radio receiver checks all the boxes and then some. Many riders who race the Mid-Size circuit like to use receivers to obtain useful information from their racing team. Spotters can let you know the situation up ahead, while crew mechanics can run real-time diagnostics and monitor your Mid-Size's ECU data to optimize both your driving technique and the performance of your machine. Races aren't won by a single person alone, but rather, by a dedicated group connected with the latest side-by-side communication systems. Yes you can set many communication receivers to the commonly-used AM and FM channels, but most are able to receive large swaths of electromagnetic frequencies, giving you and those with whom you're communicating more channel options. After all, we all know how radio interference can create chatter and static -- which becomes an increasingly bigger issue with receivers that don't have locking buttons. The last thing you want is to have to change your receiver back to the appropriate channel in the middle of a race!

Race receivers are good -- and sometimes mandatory -- for short-length races. But they're also the perfect way to receive official race communications for long-distance UTV rallies and marathon competitions. You can use them in conjunction with other communication electronics such as intercoms and radios, which allow you to do a variety of things, from talking back and recording audio to playing music and more. There are even receivers that auto-adjust the volume of your music so you never miss an incoming announcement. By blending comfort with proficiency and adding a whole lot of durability, the Polaris Ranger Mid-Size receivers you'll find here will live up to, if not surpass, all your expectations.

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