Question about Connex Radio Communications
If you disable any part of the radio that does not pertain to CB then you could actually do damage to the radio. the best thing to do is leave it on the CB band and don't touch it.
Posted on Oct 03, 2018
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
to cut down on noise i would hook it directly to the battery. make sure there is a fuse in the power cord first.
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Posted on Feb 23, 2009
SOURCE: connex 4600 turbo the talk back
THE TALK BACK VOLUME IS CONTROLLED BY THE MIC GAIN, TRY ADJUSTING YOUR TALK BACK VOLUME ABOUT TURNING THE MIC GAIN FROM 12 OCLOCK TO 6 OCLOCK, DO NOT WORRY YOU WILL NOT LOSE ANY OUT BOUND POWER UNLESS YOU TURN THE MIC GAIN BELOW 11 OCLOCK
Posted on Apr 01, 2009
SOURCE: Connex 4600 Turbo
Every tech. knows and every Connex owner Knows that once a Connex has been peaked and tuned and also had any mods done to it that the stock microphone that comes with it will not work as it should and then you will have bad feed back!! The best solution for this is buy a good Noise canceling microphone!! Such as an RK-56 or an Astatic 636-L Noice canceling microphone!! This usually will correct most of tghe feedback if not all of it!! And it will also let you keep most of your Mic gain turned uo too.
Posted on Jan 16, 2010
These radios are know as what's called 'export' radios. They are imported under the auspices of being a 10 Meter Amateur radio and then through a typically easy modification are made to allow the selection of US CB channels. usually the modification involves plugging in a loose connector inside the radio radio chassis and/or removing a jumper wire soldered to a circuit board. If there is a nearby CB Shop they will usually do this for a modest fee.
Keep in mind that a radio needs to be Type Accepted by the FCC to be legal to use on the CB band in the US and export radios typically are not. Be sure to check the rear label for an FCC ID number.
Posted on Feb 12, 2010
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