Cobra 19DX IV
Recreational CB Radio
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Customers who bought the Cobra 19DX IV are saying:
Technology You Need
Everything you need is now our smallest and easiest to install CB radio package.
RF Gain Controls
Pick up signals easily and clearly by adjusting receiver sensitivity to match the incoming signal.
With its efficient, compact design the 19DX IV can easily be installed into most vehicles.
Bright LCD Display
The illuminated display makes for clear visibility day or night.
Electronic tuning allows you to precisely tune all 40 CB channels.
Instantly Access Channel 9 and 19
Get immediate access to emergency channel 9 and information channel 19 with the touch of a button.
Loud And Clear
Electret microphone for loud and clear communication
RF Gain Control
Adjust sensitivity to match signal for and clear communication
Compact size for mounting in most vehicles
Illuminated LCD Display for increased readability
Precisely tune all 40 channels
Instant Emergency Access
Immediate access to emergency channel 9 and information channel 19
High quality microphone for crystal clear communication
Item # 19 DX IV
Weight: 1 lb, 3oz (567g.)
Height: 1.74" (44.5mm)
Width: 4.5" (114mm)
Depth: 7" (178mm)
RF Gain - Adjusts receiver sensitivity to match incoming signal
Compact design - Installs easily into most cars and trucks
Illuminated LCD display - For bright, clear visibility of display
Electronic tuning - Allows precise tuning of all 40 channels
Instant channel 9/19 - Immediate access to emergency channel 9 or information channel 19
What is CB?
Citizens Band radio (CB) is a 2-way voice communication system for personal use for the general public. It lets you talk from your truck, car, home, business, or boat to other people who have a CB radio. Technically, a CB radio is a transceiver. It functions both as a radio transmitter (when sending messages) and a receiver (when receiving messages). Citizens Band radio was created by the FCC in 1958. There are as total of 40 channels on the CB band. Channel 19 is unofficially regarded as a general-purpose channel to make contacts and listen to conversations and reports of traffic and road conditions. Channel 9 is reserved for emergency communications.
Do I need a license to operate a CB?
No license is required. The FCC used to issue licenses for CBs, but they discontinued that requirement many years ago.