The 29 LTD SE Chrome is similar to the Cobra® 29 LTD Classic with a chrome finish and talkback. The 29 series radios are a tried and true line with a wide array of features and styles from Bluetooth to weather.
Cobra® 29LTD Chrome Features
This radio includes most of the more commonly looked for features in a CB radio. This includes mic gain (dynamike), RF gain, PA and instant emergency channels. It also has an antenna warning light that will let you know when there is a problem with the antenna. The built in SWR meter will save you some money, since you won't have to buy an external meter to tune your CB antenna. The only thing the 29LTD Classic is missing is weather channels.
- 40 Channels
- Full Legal Power Output
- Dimmer Switch
- AWI (Antenna Warning Indicator)
- SWR Calibration- Allows Tuning for Maximum Range
- Illuminated S/RF/SWR Meter (Blue)
- Large Channel Readout (Blue LED)
- Quality Dynamic Microphone with 9' Cord Chrome Plated
- 4 Pin Microphone Jack Mounted on Front Panel
- Public Address System (PA)
- Switchable Noise Blanker and Automatic Noise Limiter
- Channel 9 Switch
- Now Includes Variable Talk-Back Control
In The Box
- Cobra® 29LTD chrome CB radio
- Mounting C Bracket and Thumb Screws
- Microphone Bracket and Hardware
- Detachable Power Cord - Do you need a replacement power cord? Check out the AUCB91.
- Instruction Manual
- Size: 2 1/4" H x 7 1/4" W x 8 5/8 D
- This is a large radio. It is recommended for vehicles with a little extra space
- The 29 LTD Chrome includes a mounting bracket with (2) 5mm thumb screws for mounting
- The power cable for this CB radio is detachable for easier installation
- Looking for a power supply for this radio? Check out the PS8.
Tuning your antenna using the Cobra® 29 LTD:
Turn the radio on.
Set to Channel 40.
Flip switch to CAL for calibration.
Press and hold mic button.
Adjust the SWR CAL dial until meter swings right and sits directly under "CAL" on the meter.
Keeping the mic button depressed, switch the SWR toggle back to SWR and write down the SWR reading on the meter.
Repeat the steps above on Channel 1.
Use your SWR readings to make adjustments to your antenna accordingly.
If channel 40 SWR is higher than channel 1 SWR, lower/shorten the antenna. If channel 1 SWR is higher than channel 40, lengthen/extend the antenna. The goal is to have the reading be similar and both be under 2 or lower (ideally).
Are we out of stock and you are looking for a similar radio? Take a look at the PC78LTX.
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