Cobra Electronics Cxr825 30-mile Microtalk 2-way Radios, 2 Pk
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The CXR825 is the world's most compact high-powered GMRS/FRS radio with extended range. Be prepared for storms and emergencies with built-in NOAA radio receiver. VibrAlert notifies you of a call in noisy or all-quiet environments. Voice-activated transmission frees hands for other tasks. A total of 3124 channel combinations are available when the 22 channels are combined with the 142 privacy codes (38 CTCSS/104 DCS). The radios include rechargeable high capacity lithium ion batteries and a two-port desktop charger. The desktop charger wall adapter can also charge one radio through its speaker/microphone/charge jack.
- Up to a 30 mile range
- 3124 channel combinations
- NOAA weather and emergency
- Battery saver circuitry and selectable power output
- Voice activated transmission for hands free operation
- VibrAlert provides a silent alert
- Ten channel memory
- Ten call tones and roger beep tone
- Maximum range extender
- Illuminated LCD display
- Belt clip for wearing
- Speaker/microphone/ charger jack
- Two lithium ion rechargeable batteries (1 per radio)
- Includes wall charger and rechargeable batteries
|Number of Channels:||22-channel , 38 analog / 104 digital|
|Battery Size:||2xLithium Ion (Li-Ion)|
|Manufacturer Part Number:||CXR825|
|Accessories Included:||Belt clip, power adapter, dual charging stand|
|Features:||Yes , Signal strength indicator, lock indicator, VOX indicator, scan indicator, call indicator, sub-channel indicator, receive indicator, transmit indicator, memory indicator, channel indicator , high power transmission indicator, low power transmission indicator, battery save indicator, vibration alert indicator, weather radio indicator, battery low indicator , Auto squelch , Call button, power button, lock button, light button, mode button, volume button, push-to-talk (PTT) button, hi/lo power button, channel selector button|
|Assembled Product Weight:||1.05 Pounds|
|Assembled Product Dimensions (L x W x H):||3.04 x 7.50 x 10.20 IN|
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- Yes (1) Press the mode button until the roger beep icon flashes on the display.(2)Press the channel up or channel down button to select roger beep on or off.(3)Choose one of the following a.press the mode button to enter the new setting and proceed to other functions.b.Press the lock/enter button to enter the new setting and return to standby mode. OK,bye............david Aby DavidA4/3/2011Was this answer helpful? (0) (0)Was this answer helpful?
- Sadly, the jack is much smaller than the STD. 3.5mm earphone jack. The wall wart unplugs from the charging base and plugs into the earphone jack to charge a single radioby DroidOwner4/17/2012Was this answer helpful? (0) (1)Was this answer helpful?
- Sadly, consumers are often misled by slick advertising on the packaging. THEY MIGHT, theoretically, get 50 miles, if you were communicating from one mountaintop to another at such range under ideal conditions with nothing blocking your signal's path. Any other time, it's just ad gimmick, pay it no mind. People once believed they had to have a COLOR TV antenna to pick up color TV signals (in the days when color TV was young), which wasn't true, but made for great sales of TV antennas. If you were otherwise able to get 3 miles (on land) you did great. UHF radios like these are best described as line-of-sight. Unfortunately, we don't all live on mountaintops !by HauseMan10/4/2012Was this answer helpful? (1) (0)Was this answer helpful?
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