Uniden is proud to present the PC78LTX CB Radio with SWR meter!
Uniden has reintroduced the high-cut filter switch to select CB radios! This most often customer requested feature is back by popular demand! You asked for the high-cut filter and Uniden has responded.
The PC78LTX is elegantly styled featuring a flat black case, chrome controls with positive feel, and easy to read display.
Uniden PC78LTX Limited Edition Features
The PC78LTX is the latest model of 40 channel mobile CB radio from Uniden. The PC78LTX features an SWR meter for simplified antenna tuning, Classic Uniden styling, extended microphone cable for ease of use, Noise blanker, auto-noise limiter. The PC78LTX brings back the high-cut filter for enhanced audio. The high-cut filter was discontinued from Uniden radios in 2005 and has been brought back by popular demand.
Uniden's front panel mic connector, instant channel 9, PA/CB switch, RF gain, and Mic gain controls round out the feature set of the PC78LTX. This Uniden is loaded for the road!
- SWR meter on board for antenna tuning
- RF gain control
- Mic gain control
- Extra-long mic cord
- PA/CB switch
- Analog S/RF meter
- Instant channel 9 access
- DC power cable
- Classic Uniden handheld microphone
- High-Cut filter! For enhanced frequency response
- LED channel readout
- Front panel mic connector
- 7-9/32" x 7-51/64" x 2-13/64"
Included in the box:
- Uniden PC78LTX CB Radio
- 4 Pin Dynamic Microphone
- Mounting Bracket and Hardware
- Microphone Bracket and Hardware
- Power Cord
- Owner's Manual
Tuning your antenna using the PC78LTX Radio:
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).
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