98 Malibu LS - Pro 82

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firefox42692

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Nothing extravagant. Just a Pro 82 in my car, mainly for buffing calls or random listening.

Radio in the center console:
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Antenna:
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Cigarette lighter power supply: (in the trunk)
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firefox42692

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You're serious enough that you have an outside antenna! :cool:
Thanks for looking!
And yeah, I guess I'm serious enough for now. I'll wait until I'm out of the Marines, and have more money, to get more radios and "toys" like that!

Not that this is important to anyone, i figured I'd share this:
I originally had 2 antennas on the car. All the coax is connected with TV-cable type connectors that I installed to all the wires myself (primarily for a more secure connection than BNC and it's slimmer than regular coax connectors. The second antenna caused some interference and was for frequencies I really didn't listen to, as well as the crappy Radioshack splitter I used to "link" the antennas. And a possible crappy job on my connector installation as well, not taking the time to fix that. Now that I have those two variables out of the equation, its pretty easy listening. It's a less complex, and working system. I'm content. XD
 
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