Question about Radio Communications
I installed a cb radio in my jeep, i can talk and hear fine (with my car stereo off) when i turn the car stereo on, a horrid squeel comes through my speakers, when i key the mic. im stumped
That is normal especially with stereo's without alot of filtering,but there are a few things you can do to try to alleviate some of it ; move your c.b. as far away as you can like maybe mount it on the transmission hump.Don't have the positives connected directly to the battery.Don't have your antenna close to the speakers,and while were talking antennas make sure your swr is low.If none of this helps think of it this way some people pay big $$ to have talkback in their radio you have it for free also though this is probably more important MAKE SURE all your wire connections are good ( no frayed wires ) . Good luck Dan
Posted on Jun 27, 2009
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