Midland 40-Channel CB Radio With Digital Tuner

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40-Channel digital tuner locks accurately onto your selected channel; 4-Watt AM RF output power delivers maximum range communication with advanced technology to ensure crystal clear reception

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Expand your communication range with the Midland 40-Channel CB Radio With Digital Tuner. This 4 watt CB radio is a 40-channel digital tuner that delivers crystal-clear audio no matter what channel you're on. The digital tuner radio features a large LED channel indicator and illuminated S/RF meter, easy-to-connect microphone that locks securely to the CB, a PA function that lets you use the Midland CB radio as a public address system, automatic noise limiter that blocks out unwanted sound, dimmer switch and much more. This LED Display CB Radio strengthens reception even for weak signals. And it gives you automatic access to emergency channel 9. For broad-based communications, this Midland 40-Channel CB Radio With Digital Tuner is a reliable way to keep in touch.

Midland 5001Z CB Radio:

  • Speaker connector and DC power cord connector.
  • Included Accessories: Push to talk ergonomically designed microphone, 9 ft. coil mic cord and 4 pin locking connector, Mounting bracket and hardware, fused DC power cord and owner's manual


Model No.: 5001Z
Shipping Weight (in pounds): 4.55
Product in Inches (L x W x H): 10.25 x 6.25 x 2.13
Assembled in Country of Origin: USA or Imported
Origin of Components: USA or Imported

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Customer review by toonskipper

5.0 stars by toonskipper

I have installed this radio in a tractor trailer . The radio works great looks nice. You cant beat the price I have seen the same radio other places 20 to 30 dollars higer.The Midland brand in my opinion is second to none. I have a Midland CB in my car that is 30+ years old and still works like new. I have been using Midland for along time and wont buy any other brand. Great product you cant beat Midland.

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Dalton, Pa
Would recommend to a friend? Yes
Ownership:1 week or less
Age:45 - 54
Usage:Every day
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Great Price for Great Product

Customer review by TazManInKy

5.0 stars by TazManInKy

I have owned many Midland CB's over the years, and they just keep getting better while keeping the price very real. This model offers the X-tra talk mic gain voice control to be heard, noise blanker to hear what you want and being digital, you get the true frequency with great sound. A lot of features packed into this awesome CB for a price that can't be beat.

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Northern, KY
Would recommend to a friend? Yes
Ownership:2 - 7 weeks
Age:45 - 54
Usage:Every day
Awesome CB

Customer review by lahti213

5.0 stars by lahti213

I got this for my dad for Christmas to use in his truck, and he loves it! It seems to work well and met all of my expectations. This is definitely a good brand and a good product.

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Mobile, AL
Would recommend to a friend? Yes
Ownership:2 - 7 weeks
Age:18 - 24
Usage:Every day
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by candiee 6/5/2009
  • yes.
    by RXR599/25/2013
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  • Yes it can. This is how I have my CB Radio set up. You can do this one of two ways. One, you can buy a Cigar plug that has the positive and negative electrical wires attached and solder the plug to the CB's power cord. Two, you can shop around online, example is www.walcottcb.com, where you can buy a power cord with a cigar plug for like $8. Be sure to look at the end of the power cord that plugs into the back of the CB, you don't want to buy the wrong plug.
    by Rigy9/17/2013
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  • yes but you will need to get the adptor from auto parts
    by rescue194712/29/2011
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  • yes it can you can buy a cigarette lighter plug almost anywhere
    by toonskipper8/30/2011
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  • Yes, although it pulls 13.8 volts & a ciggerate lighter only puts out 12 volts it will still run, but with lesser perfomance, its best to wire it to an existing 30amp fuse or higher with a fuse splitter. Or you could wire it straight to the battery, but this will cause much static & noise when the vehicle is running unless the Noise Blanker(NB) is on when the car is. This will illiminate all noise. Long story short, for the sake of performance dont use the ciggerate lighter. Ive got mine running off a 30amp fuse with a fuse splitter, the splitter takes 2 fuses, my 2nd fuse is a 20amp which runs to my radio, but remember that the cb comes with its own fuse, which helps, its a 10amp tube fuse which should remain the maximum power intake for the radio (unless you have it tuned & modified). The reason for the 30amp-20amp-10amp fuses is to insure that there is a steadier flow of power & to triple the protection of a power surge(this radio is that important to me) HOPE THIS HELPS!!!
    by Johny4x49/17/2013
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  • Yes
    by Ruebob8/29/2010
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  • Yes. Most cigar lighters are protected by a 20A fuse and at most a 4w CB should draw no more than 3-5 amps of current. Just make sure your cigar lighter plug will handle the amperage.
    by longtimeham5/9/2010
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  • Yes, although the power cord on the radio doesn't come equipped with the plug you'll need for it. Running the power cord straight to the battery will lessen the likelihood that you'll send and hear ignition noise compared to what you might get if you go through the lighter jack, but it's not nearly as handy. And if the radio signals are strong enough, the noise won't be a factor. Most lighters are fused at 15 or more amps; CBs only draw 2 amps.
    by Handlebar5/31/2013
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  • You will need to purchase a cigarette lighter power plug. Wall Mart should carry it in automotive. Then u can wire the positive and negative wires accordingly and plug the unit directly into ur power accessory or cigarette lighter.
    by mikep306/12/2010
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by shameka7185 12/5/2008
  • Yes it will, get adapter from auto parts store. thats what I use.
    by rescue194712/29/2011
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  • yes it can you need to buy a plug not included
    by toonskipper8/29/2011
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  • IF you connect a cigarette lighter adapter plug to the power cord, it can be connected to the cigarette lighter. Insure it is are connected properly. Works great. Although, if you permemently mount the radio, try to connect the to the fuse box or to the postive battery terminal and ground to velicle.
    by Ruebob8/29/2010
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  • It's made to be hooked up to the battery or the fuse terminal, but you can hook it up through the lighter jack if you want. You'll have to supply and install your own lighter plug and put up with the possibility of ignition noise on your signal (on send and receive) by doing it this way, and you'll still need an outside antenna. A lighter plug and a magnetic antenna make a nice temporary setup for rental cars.
    by Handlebar3/24/2010
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  • I don't see why this radio can't be used on the cigarett lighter/ accessory plug. Here's how you do it. Go to the store and get an accessory plug with attatched wire. All you have to do is connect the black and red wires from the radio to the ones on the accessory plug and then plug it in. It should work.
    by aggie2139/7/2009
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  • No, it must be hard wired. theres only two wires though. red and black (power wire and ground wire) if you need someone to install it for you though its hard to find a place that can. circuit city and best buy both said they cant
    by TechSquirrel3/1/2012
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    by RAMFAN5016/23/2011
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by princecharmin706 2/9/2010
  • Average range for 4 watts is 4 to 6 miles, again weather is factor nice day with some clouds could do better. But great to have, should find it enjoyable, I like to know what trunk magnetic mount antena is very good K 40? I am thinking get this raido, For chat like old days and plus herd good for in case some national disaster, C.B radios maybe onle type commuincation?
    by rocket1125/25/2012
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  • Range is determined by your antenna and how it is tuned.
    by Rigy2/10/2012
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  • with a lil wil 300 (wilson) on a car gets about 10+ miles
    by rescue19477/6/2013
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  • Depends on many factors. IF the radio is straight our of the box, maybe 4-5 miles.
    by Ruebob10/13/2011
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  • It depends on the layout of tha land around you. with just flat land and/or small hills. but as far as mountains ir matters if your above them or below them. Below them good luck getting up to 2 miles but the range up in the mountains can go for perhaps 6+ miles depending upon the antenna ya use. When ya get an antenna just make sure that ya can put it at tha highest point available. Plus sometimes the bigger the CB the better it is with clearing up what is sent & recieved.
    by Johny4x410/13/2011
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  • There are a lot of variables over which you won't have any control, like time of year, time of day, the 11-year sunspot cycle (just coming out if it's minimum now) and what equipment the other party is using. However.... if the other party is using a properly installed base station antenna, and you have a *good* mobile antenna and good installation done, you should be able to expect 5-20 miles with pretty good reliability. Unless someone else transmits on top of you, or the ionosphere conditions change, or it rains, etc... Mobile to mobile, 5 to 10 miles is about all to expect under usual conditions. Don't skimp on your antenna -- it's the single most important part of the system!
    by Handlebar5/25/2012
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  • Average transmission distance, based on weather conditions is between 2 and 5 miles. Note that CBs in general have both their bad days as well as good days. It operates on an AM frequency, which is a large wave frequency which uses the ionosphere to bounce off of. So, if it is cloudy you may go out real far, say 10 or 15 to 20 miles out, and on a bad day you may only get down to the next city block. That's just how CBs work. But, again, in general, you can count on between a 2 to 5 mile range. Hope this helps!
    by Cyclingmasterseller5/25/2012
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Supplier Warranty: LIMITED 3 YEAR WARRANTYMidland Radio Corporation will repair or replace, at its option without chargethis model 5001z Citizens Band transceiver that fails due to a defect inmaterial or workmanship within Three years following the initial consumerpurchase.This warranty does not include any accessories, which may be a part of orincluded with the warranted product, or the cost of labor for removal or reinstallationof the product in a vehicle or other mounting.Performance of any obligation under this warranty may be obtained byreturning the warranted product, freight prepaid, along with proof of purchasedate, to Midland Radio Corporation , Warranty Service Department, 1120Clay Street, North Kansas City, Missouri 64116, or to any MidlandAuthorized Warranty Service Station, or to the place of purchase (if aparticipating dealer). This warranty gives you specific legal rights, and youmay also have other rights which vary from state to state.Note: The above warranty applies only to merchandise purchased in theUnited States of America or any of the territories or possessions thereof, orfrom a U.S. Military exchange. For warranty coverage on merchandisepurchased elsewhere, consult the supplemental warranty informationincluded with this product or ask your dealer.MIDLAND RADIO CORPORATION1120 Clay St.North Kansas City, Mo. 64116Phone 816-241-8500E-mail: mail@midlandradio.comURL: www.midlandradio.com
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