Cobra Uniden Antenna Amplifiers Microphones Cb radio reviews modifications

 

  Cobra Uniden Antenna Amplifiers Microphones Cb radio reviews modifications

Magnum Omegaforce S-45 Review

· Microprocessor Controlled Transceiver
· 28.000 to 29.699 MHz Frequency Range (pre-conversion)
· 35-40 Watts RF Output Power
· Uses Two 2SC1969 Final Transistors!
· Variable Power Output - In All Modes
· NEW! - TOP GUN Modulator Feature - 40 Watts of Swing with 1 Watt Carrier on AM!
· NEW! - TOP GUN Compressor Feature - Tailors and shapes the audio signal for maximum punch through heavy traffic
· AM / FM / USB / LSB / PA Modes
· 1 kHz / 10 kHz / 100 kHz Steps
· 5 Digit Frequency Display
· ECM Microphone with Up and Down Frequency Controls
· 5 Memory Channels - Saves Both Frequency and Mode
· Back Lit Display with Dimmer
· Dual S/RF Meters - Analog and Digital!
· RF Gain and Microphone Gain Controls
· SWR / Calibrate Meter and Controls
· 1 kHz Clarifier - Both TX and RX
· Noise Blanker and Automatic Noise Limiter (ANL)
· 2 Frequency Scan Modes - Squelched and Un-Squelched
· Last Channel Recall - Returns Last Operated Freq. & Mode
· Split Frequency Offset for Repeater Use
· Receive Audio Tone Control
· TURBO Digital Echo - A Magnum Exclusive!
· AMT - All Mode Talk-Back with Volume Control
· Roger Beep with On/Off Control

This was one of my favorite radios! These radios have amazing receive and are awesome on AM and even more so on SSB!

These radios have the variable power and with the Top Gun Feature will swing to the max output from 1 watt. Max output I ever saw on this radio was 35 watts. Some people say they can be setup to do 40, but I think most people can expect a solid 35 watts.

Audio is unbelievable and loud but never distorted. Even with the echo on the audio is clean - only time the audio ever got crunchy is with the repeating echo - after 10-15 repeats it will start to get a little distorted.

The best feature I liked was the memory buttons - all mode - you can push on button and go from Ch 6 AM to CH 38 LSB. Very easy to jump around your favorite stations.

Radio will drive the snot out of a solid 2 pill amplifier like a Magnaforce 200 or 350.

It's very easy to peak the modulation - adjusting the variable power internally can be a bit of a pain because the boards aren't marked and there is very little documentation available about how to do it.

Excellent all around radio. ONLY complaint - the knobs are cheesy and have a loose feel. The knobs never gave me any problems but the "feel" isn't as solid as a Cobra 148 for example.

 

  Cobra Uniden Antenna Amplifiers Microphones Cb radio reviews modifications

  Cobra Uniden Antenna Amplifiers Microphones Cb radio reviews modifications

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