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Cb modulation low modulation otput on MIDLAND 48 MULTI EXCEL WHOT IS THE NUMBER FOR AMC ADJUSTMENT POINT

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This should be a typical Midland pinout. If you are using a generic 4 pin mic that is wired to cobra/Uniden, all you have to do is switch pin 1 & 2, then 3 & 4.

Not all mics are color coded the same with their wires.

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SOURCE: when driving over rough ground my midland alan 48

Check for loose buttons, could be something loose inside, if its changing on its own when its moving around could be from vibration that something has come loose.

When parked just try shaking the mic first if that doesnt do it shake the cb itself and see if the problem persists

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SOURCE: modulation on 1001Lwx midland cb

hello,
The limiter is what limits the modulation. Often times there is a pot that you can turn to adjust it. To get more power and swing out of your radio do this DM1 is the mod limiter RVM1 is the mod pot. Adjust this for maximum modulation. Spread the coils marked Lt5/LT12 just a little Spread LT7/LT11 a lot.
Regards, Tony

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