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Old 06-05-2011, 3:13 PM
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Default What is delta tune and talk back adjustment

I have these two knobs on my new Cobra 29xl but I don't see it in the manual. HELP! Thanks Ron
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Old 06-05-2011, 3:26 PM
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Talk back is volume of your voice through an external speaker so you can check how you sound, and delta tune is moving your receive frequency off of the standardized channels to better receive a frequency that's slightly out of tune, you can pretty much leave it in the middle.
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Does the talkback control also let you hear your own voice through the cobra CBs speaker? Ron
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Does the talkback control also let you hear your own voice through the cobra CBs speaker? Ron
I know it will do it if you have an external speaker hooked up, I'm not sure if it does it with the internal, but you can always turn it up and find out. I've never been too much into the listening to myself talk thing, and really it's how I sound after it passes through the antenna that I'm worried about, but I think it's supposed to be for those who add echos and roger beeps and such to dial in the aftermarket features.
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