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    Default garmin astro 320 US or EU

    hi and greetings to all members of the forum
    i am reading carefully the threads mentioned about 'astro 320 unlock firmware etc'
    and because of the lack of experience i decide to post a thread in order to help me clear things.

    I am owner of a US garmin astro 320 and a US astro 220 with dc40 and dc50.
    My firmware device is 3.40 (above this update my device locking.. i tried it..)
    If i buy a new astro 320 with dc40 and dc50 from GREECE (EU) i will manage to make all work together?

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    Garmin/GPS Systems GMod. garmin astro 320 US or EU
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    G'day giannispsaro, welcome to GPS Power.

    If i understand you correctly, you want to know if you buy an EU Astro 320 and EU DC40/50s will they work together in Greece. If so, yes the collars will work with Astro 320 they all are original EU stock. If you're asking will a US Astro work with EU collars, or EU Astro work with US collars, then no they won't unmodded. There are existing threads to post in if you have further questions and it would be best to post in them if you do have further questions so I'll close this one.
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