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CB radio Have a 1979 goldwing and the cb works good but for when I get say 25 feet from another biker that we ride together when he talks back to me I have to drop back to ahout 50 to 75 yards before I can understand him. What can I do to solve??

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You need to adjust your RF gain down a bit, and calibrate the SWR's. The RF gain is for receiving and what's happening is that you have your RF gain too high, so the closer you are the more he's going to blast through, making it hard to understand him. You shouldn't have to take them down very far in order to correct it. If you find that you're not receiving at a further distance, then simply bring it back up a bit. You can usually get it set where you receive pretty good at any distance, however, if you can't get it to set right, then you may need to adjust it slightly as you ride.

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