|Weight||4.50 lbs. (2041.16g)|
Chrome Cabinet & Microphone - Unique, one-of-a-kind design
Talk Back - Used to adjust the desired amount of modulation talk back in the speaker during transmit.
SWR Calibration - Allows calibration of the antenna system for maximum performance.
Blue Chanel Indicator - Channel displayed in cool blue illumination.
4 Watts Power Output - Maximum power allowed by law for extended range of communication.
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The 29 Classic has a Chrome Design! The design consists of a chrome cabinet, Chrome microphone, Blue channel display and signal strength meter and Talk-back.
The 29 LTD CHR is an great addition to professional drivers appeal to chrome in the cab. The 29 is manufactured based on the original design which has been known for performance and durability. Professional driver-requested improvements have been made thru-out the years to continue to enhance performance and durability with style continuing the un-matched Cobra tradition. The major features include SWR Calibration with warning indicator to adjust and monitor the antenna system. RF Gain and Dynamike boost for loud and clear communication. Classic An Analog Signal Meter that that swings proportionally to the level of incoming receive and out-going transmit signals. The meter also illustrates The standing Wave Ratio of the antenna system.
Item # 29 LTD CHR
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.
Allows Calibration of Antenna System for Maximum Performance
Antenna Warning Indicator
Illuminates when Antenna Needs Checking
4 Watts Power Output
Maximum Power Allowed by Law for Extended Range of Communication
Instant Channel 9
Immediate Access to Emergency Channel 9
40 CB Channels
All Forty CB Channels for Full Coverage
Chrome Special Edition
Chrome Cabinet and Microphone in Unique Design