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Cobra 148F GTL 40-channel Full PLL frequency conversion with rotary band switch

Submitted by on February 16, 2012 – 5:25 pm

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This item is a Cobra 148F GTL 40-channel SSB mobile CB older model about 10 years, with the following controls/features: Dyna-mic control - controls modulation level On/Off/Volume/ - controls power on/off, and receive audio volume Squelch - blocks unwanted noise from reaching speaker RF Gain - controls received signal levels, helps to reduce unwanted noise SWR Cal - use with meter mode switch to check tuning of antenna system Meter mode switch - selects S/RF, CAL, or SWR Operation Mode - selects AM, Upper Sideband, or Lower Sideband Voicelock - clarifier control for tuning in single-sideband signals NB/ANL - cuts down receiver static and noise CB/PA - selects normal CB operation or PA (Public Address) mode Tone Hi/Lo - selects speaker audio tone for best listening experience Brt/Nor/Dim - selects display brightness level. Ext Sp - Jack on rear panel for external speaker use Pa Sp - Jack on rear panel for PA speaker use 5-digit frequency counter Proven reliable design and construction, will take abuse and keep on ticking. The radio has the following features added: Peaked and tuned Full PLL frequency conversion with rotary band switch mounted on the bottom of the radio. It was tuned by a professional at T&A Truck Stop. The Dimensions are 8" wide 2.25" Tall and 9.25" Long The Serial No. is M50303464A FCCID # BB03K2148GTL Needs to be cleaned up a bit, and I will be cleaning it before I ship it however it may still not be clean to your standards but that's to each his own. It was fully functional last time was in use 2 months since then and has been safely stored since then. I recently had to sale my truck I used the radio for. So I no longer have a use for it. The tune kit gives it an extended range of approximately 15 to 25 miles. Of the 6 buttons (bottom right corner) the tone button is missing the thumb cap, but you can still press it on and off. SOLD AS IS IN PICTURES. NO RETURNS. On Feb-15-12 at 20:32:01 PST, seller added the following information: I Just finished cleaning up the radio, I posted a new picture as the 4th, as an after so you can see the progrees that was made on front panel.

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