Features: 4.5W x 1.75H x 7D, 4 watts RF power, digital signal strength meter, instant emergency channel 9, PA switch and electric tuning. A CB radio is a great way to stay in contact with your group on the way to the trail as well as getting valuable information on the trail. Ever been about in the middle of a trailride of 20 to 30 Jeeps and your wondering what's happening at the front and now the Jeep behind you is lagging behind. Your CB can keep you in contact with the front of the group as well as knowing whether you need to go back to help your buddy that just got hung up on that last rock that you easily traversed. CB radios are required by many organized trailride groups, do not be left out!
Every time you power it down (turn the key off) it resets back to channel 1. You get back in and if you don't put it back to the channel you want after starting up, you'll miss everything.
What antenna would work best with this? Length of Antenna, Watts, ect.
Asked by Kevin from Kennesaw, Georgia on
Hey Kevin, the Cobra 19DXIV 40 Channel Compact CB Radio would work with any antenna but I would use it with the part number DASFS-4B. Thanks for your question.
Answered by Devin B. ext 4835 from Kennesaw, Georgia on
Can a speaker be plugged in to rear of CB
Asked by Rookie from on
Rookie, the Cobra 19DXIV 40 Channel Compact CB Radio is set up for a PA system, all you have to do is plug in a speaker for it. If you have any other questions give me a call at extension 939. Thanks a lot!
Answered by Zach O. from on
I have 4 Cobra MT975 radios and 8 Cobra MT800. Right now I can call between the two types. Today I want to buy another 4 COBRA CXR825 radios, and 19DXIV Radio. Will I be able to call between all types?
Asked by ariel from ISRAEL on
Hello, yes you can call between all types as long as they are all set on the same channel. Thank you!
Answered by Bob H from ISRAEL on
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