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What is the correct settings for the connex 3400 hp

I must have messed with it because when I pulled it out of the box it sounded great but now people say they cant hear me when they are close

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Hows the SWR ?the ground? the antenna itself? on the inside check the final.

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SOURCE: connex 3300 c.b radio

The Connex radio is a division of Cobra, and no offense, but Cobras are one of the cheapest radios around. The problem with your Connex is a simple receiver malfunction. The receiver probably worked great until it was put into storage for a long time, you can replace the receiver, or you can fiddle around with the receive gain until you hear something. But you may just want to send it to a radio store and have it looked at, to be honest with you, Connex is a terrible radio, they sound good, but they're terrible radios. Go with Galaxy or Uniden radios, you won't be disappointed.

Posted on Jul 02, 2008

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SOURCE: how do you dim display lights on a connex cx 3400

O the front you should have a dim switch its on of 4 up & down switches ? if not check on the back ? was it bought as a new cb or was it 2nd hand as the dimmer switch may of been used for something else

Posted on Mar 09, 2010

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SOURCE: how to convert a connex

That needs to be done by someone that knows how, theres soldering involved. most cb shops will do it for $free-$10.00... Don't pay any more than that.. there are no parts nor is it hard so they shouldn't charge much.

Posted on Mar 01, 2011

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