“Cobra” 139-XLR 40-Channel Base Station SSB/AM/CB w/Mic Works and Looks Great
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General Information: In each listing I will do my very best to desribe each item accuratly and take sharp, close-up pictures. I will always be more then happy to answer any questions you may have. I've received lots of great feedback and emails on these listings! Please take advantage of these great deals while they last!! "And Please Bid With Confidence" Item Listing: Up for auction is a "Cobra 139-XLR". This is a 40-Channel SSB/AM/CB. As you can see from the pics. It's in great condition and ready to use! It has only one small problem; it needs one bulb replaced. The SWR and the Channel light works (please view pic.) but the S/RF light needs replaced. That bulb costs around $2.00 and is very easy to replace, you can find it at Radio Shack. Included is the Cobra-Radio, Mic. and the AC Power-Cord! These are great working radios and you can find lot's of Mods. plus a manual on the enternet. Are you ready for some of these great deals? They're going fast, so pick one up while they last! "Again Please View The Pictures!"....THANKS FOR LOOKING!!! This is the Cobra 139 XLR. This was Cobra's "middle of the road" AM/SSB base station. This was the 40 channel version of the popular 23 channel Cobra 139. Features included Volume, Squelch, R.F. and Mike Gain controls, and a new FCC mandated receive-only Clarifier. Also included were 2 large meters, with modulation and SWR measuring capability, as well as the standard S/R.F. functions. Rounding out the list of features was a switchable ANL/NB, and a P.A. function. While physically resembling the older 23 channel radio, electrically they were nothing alike. This radio was a "first generation" 40 channel radio, coming out in late 1977 or '78. As such, this radio, or more accurately the chassis in the radio, (The Uniden uPD858 PLL) was one of my all time favorites for capabilities and modifications. PLL mods could net over 200 channels out of this PLL and VCO combination. The mic preamp circuitry had speech compression, and audio filters which could be tailored to suit individual tastes. SSB power out could reach 20+ watts. The clarifier could be unlocked and easily made to move up and down 5 Khz, to fill in any gaps in coverage. Performance wise, this radio faired pretty well. Adjacent channel rejection was fairly good, as were most 40 channel designs. Transmit audio was great, the radio has enough audio gain that an amplified mike was not always necessary. Payment and Shipping: Shipping will be the actual cost to your location. Please use the shipping calculator. Wordwide-Bidders are welcome! However, Shipping will be Auctual Cost to ship to your location also! I accept "PayPal" and Local-Pick-Up-Payments. I promise to package with great care!........Thanks!!!!! "Good-Luck and Happy-Bidding!" On Jan-06-12 at 10:33:24 PST, seller added the following information