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I recently purchaced 2 Midland CB radios and headsets to go on two motorcycles. When I use them I get excessive feedback. It appears that the metal motorcycle handlebars interfere with the rubber antenna. DO you know of any solution?

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  • el_marc Nov 25, 2008

    Go to the J&M motorcycle audio website, they have all the hardware to make it work. Marcos

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The problem is with the headsets, not the motorcycle. If the headsets are generic they may not have the proper mic connections. How do the radios work without the headsets?

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