FeedBack Problems

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Rooster9507
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FeedBack Problems

Postby Rooster9507 » Monday 12th Aug 2013, 13:13

I have just installed a cobra 29ltd classic, I have it hooked straight to the battery and I am using a 102" stainless steel whip. The radio works great but the problem is I am getting real bad feedback from my car through the CB Speaker :banghead: . I have the noise blocker switch but when I use it I lose some of my range. Is there anything I can do to prevent this from happening? I would appreciate any help at all thank you.

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Re: FeedBack Problems

Postby Neo1130 » Tuesday 13th Aug 2013, 8:38

I would start by checking power connection. Make sure your ground has 100% good contact. Remove paint/dirt/rust and go bare metal.

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Re: FeedBack Problems

Postby Neo1130 » Tuesday 13th Aug 2013, 8:40

Also when running wire don't go parallel with other wires. Cross at 90 degrees when possible...

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Re: FeedBack Problems

Postby hamradiotech » Saturday 12th Oct 2013, 10:22

Is the feedback your referring to be AC alternator whine? Can you add additional information to the feedback issue. Thanks


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