Question about Cobra Vehicle Parts & Accessories
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: speaker replacement
wow everyones google must be broken (i'm just joking). I found this speaker, it looks like the company is located in arizona. I also contacted cobra and left a message. I'll probably go with whatever is cheaper, it will probably be this one.
Looks like all you have to do is desolder the wires and resolder them on the new speaker then plug it in.
I actually had 2 talking radar detectors go bad (esd-9860, esd-9870) so i took them apart, 9870 had a really small zener diode come lose (probably from leaving it in the sun all these years) and the other one has a completely blown speaker (doesn't make a circuit). The good speaker tested 7.7 ohms with my digital meter.
Figured i'd help you guys out
Posted on Sep 12, 2008
I called cobra support(777-889-3087) and it was around $6 plus shipping for a replacement speaker.
the correct phone number for cobra support is 773-889-3087 and can be found on their website.
Cobra was very courtious and I also got my replacement speaker for my XRS-9500.!
Posted on Nov 13, 2008
SOURCE: cobra xrs 797 manual
I believe this is identical to what you are looking for.
Atleast the xrs-797 was notated as the 9930.
Hope this helps!
Posted on Feb 07, 2009
Its all marketing hype. Cobra breaks up the three X, K and Ka bands into sub-bands, and they do the same for the single 904nm laser wavelength. There are no sub-bands for X or K band. In the USA, Ka band radar guns operate on three Ka band frequencies: 33.8, 34.7 nd 35.5 MHz. Cobra also breaks up the single laser band based on the known pulse rates of various laser gun models. Yet in general if you get a laser alert from a nearby cop then likely you have been tagged and will be getting a ticket.
Posted on Apr 25, 2009
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