I listen my self on my car sound system when i transmit
I am having this problem with my cb radio and i haven´t found the solution yet. The main thing here is that i hear what i say through my car sound system. I already checked the positive connection and the grounding also checked the antenna even tried my cb radio on a car´s friend with different antenna and the signal was heard on my friend´s car sound system. I am running out of ideas here it´s a tricky problem to solve. I hope you can give me all the help possible to solve this prob. Thanks Jose
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Sometimes theres no fix for this problem. Make sure your antenna is set for your car and the SWR is low. Then try to sheild your radio wires.If this doesn't work then you probably want be able to fix it.Like I tell my drivers use one at a time, just to much power in a small space.
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Hi, my name is John. Try a external speaker, plug it in the back of radio, turn the RF GAIN to MAX. Turn the SQUELCH all the way to left, make sure the select knob is on CB, and on AM...try all this and if that's does not do it, let me know, I will post other steps here,.... hope this was very helpful....
Sounds like you may have a defective radio and may need to send it back. I had the same problem with mine but was out of warranty so i dove in and found mine to be the low voltage transmit circuit. This sounds like it may be to new to remove the covers off of though so I would allow midland fix it. hope I helped .
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radio is made by CLARION and the only CLARION code available for free (using a
serial number ) from anywhere on the Internet is if your radio also has a BARCODE SERIAL NUMBER beginning with
C7000000 + + + +on a label somewhere on
the metal casing.
If not then it will only be available from your Main Dealer or a Decoding Service or your
local Car Radio / Audio Store who will connect a laptop to read/recode the
memory chip (EEPROM
its a fact of life when it comes to CB. Some times you will hear it over the radio if it is on. Happens with mine. There really is no way to solve it unless you replace all the speaker wire in the car with shielded wire.
You are sending out RF. When the AM modulation hits the speaker wires, the act like an antenna a bit. If there is any electrical signal in the wires, from the radio being on, even if the volume is low, and some times even down all the way, the signal in the wire coming from the radio acts like a carrier signal and causes the speaker to resonate to the modulation, giving you your voice on the speakers.
You can try running the power wire right to the battery, but its most likely coming from the antenna.
You probably will not ever be able to get rid of it.
Some cars it doesn't effect depending on the speaker wires, some it does.
I can say that a lot of people have their radio modded so that they can hear them selves over the radio when they talk. its called talk back. This way you can know how your audio sounds.
Think of it this way. You don't have to pay a tech to add this feature.
could be a number of things but the one thing thing it could be is turning up the modulation. If someone clipped your radio diode then get another one and solder it back in. There is a variable to turn up the modulation ,one way turns it up the other shuts it off.
I am not completely sure i understand whats going on. it seems like it could be a few things because of different parts of the question.
With my CB everyone else can hear me and the signal transmits fine Good! I have tested to see that my CB is picking up the signal how? A meter on your radio should either light up or a needle should swing if you are receiving. their voices don't play through my mic of my PA A Mic is a microphone, i think you mean speaker. Ok this may be the cause of the problem.... Try a couple of these. First, unplug the PA Speaker, this simple act should make you to be able to hear the incoming signal. Make sure the CB is on AM or CB not PA If you can not hear the speaker may be busted or an internal part may be blown. (needing the expertise of a required technician) If you can here when you do this make sure the speaker is working by plugging it into a computer. (mp3 players will barely put out enough power to make a sound audible) if this works, make sure you plug it into EXT not PA on the back of the radio.
one more thing to check. i dont know what radio you have but try turning it untill you hear static. if its all the way the other way you may not hear anything, also turn up any RX or rec. knobs.
i have limited knowledge about whats going on, but i hope this will help fixya
Can you hear static when the squelch is at minimum ?. If you can hear static then tere is nothing wrong with the audio system.
If you are sure about the squelch, connect goosd speaker directly to the 2 wires coming from the main board bypassing the speker jack. if there is still no sound then the audio amp chip is defective.
The audio amp can only be damaged if the output is shorted for a long period of time.