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Digitech uhf radio

It cuts out when talking .can you tell me the best setting for the 1065 5 watt

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Squelch setting too "tight" Or weak battery.

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Hold the power button down for a few seconds until it turns on. The power button has a symbol that looks like a circle with a line in the middle.

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Doubling Tx power, as you might suspect, doesn't double the transmit range.

As a rule of thumb. you should see about 1/3rd increase in range.

In practical terms, this doesn't usually give you something you didn't have before. it generally just "cleans up" the noisy signals at the fringe coverage areas.

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Before I try to give advice, I need more info.

I possess a Digitech DC1065 UHF 80 Channel CB hand held, so there seems to be some confusion here.

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Firstly, How many channels does your radio have?

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Write this down and keep it safe: www.digitechqld.com.au this site is currently offline during construction, but should be up and running within the next month or so. This site belongs to the Australian office of Digitech and based in Queensland, I managed to contact the office for a copy to be emailed to me, but only because I have a friend there was I able to do this on the understanding I don't give out his info on any forum, until their website is up and running.

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