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Instead of an amplified mike

If I do not want to use an amplified mike, where inside the radio do I find the pods to adjust?/

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Hello...i,m in contact with a group of cb-ers outside u.s. and waiting for response...just hold on ..have a good day...Ron

Posted on Mar 12, 2008

  • lars ahlsen Mar 15, 2008

    Hello...sorry for the delay..but the most i can do is to refere you to the following site, they can help you...via google...search for ..."radiomods.co.nz"..and look through their info.......good luck ... Ron

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