Question about Midland 1001Z 40-Channels Base CB Radio
My Midland CB radio has a small amount of audio playback through my car stereo when i transmit. What could be the issue here?
This happens because of the close proximity of the CB transmitting antenna to the car stereo antenna. I don't know for sure what country you live in, but if your country's CB system uses AM as a transmission mode it is well known for breakthrough on audio systems etc. In the UK, we have FM on CB frequencies which is less-prone to giving interference.
You could try ferrite rings/clamps on the car stereo antenna coax cable, power cable and also on your loudspeaker cables too. Apart from that - that is all you can do using it mobile!
Posted on Sep 05, 2009
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