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Handheld CB unit with SSB

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jimg

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Can anyone advise/recommend where I might purchase a handheld CB unit with single side-band?
 

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SSB Hand Held

This question was asked back in 2012 and this is what I posted then.

Here are some units that have AM/SSB capabilities. They're all pretty
much the same radio just different name.

I personally have the Titan RPSY and love it.

Albrecht AE201S

Cherokee AH-100

Dragon SS201

Eagle Spitfire 454

Titan Roadpro RPSY-201

Here is a link to a site with info on these radios.

www.cbradio.nl: Picture and Specifications of the Titan Roadpro RPSY-201 Handheld Export Radio
 

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Even though I sold my Titan RPSY a few years ago I just saw one in perfect condition on Ebay and just bought it for $150. Seemed like a great price considering they have sold for more than double that.
prcguy

This question was asked back in 2012 and this is what I posted then.

Here are some units that have AM/SSB capabilities. They're all pretty
much the same radio just different name.

I personally have the Titan RPSY and love it.

Albrecht AE201S

Cherokee AH-100

Dragon SS201

Eagle Spitfire 454

Titan Roadpro RPSY-201

Here is a link to a site with info on these radios.

www.cbradio.nl: Picture and Specifications of the Titan Roadpro RPSY-201 Handheld Export Radio
 

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enter in google "ssb cb handheld" and you find a ton.
When you copy all product names go to ebay and buy the cheapest one.

But beware the are not waterproofe.
 

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Handheld SSB

Besides the one mentioned, you may find some used Cherokee 100's and even Midland's 3ch. SSB HT (pass on this one unless you want it to sit on shelf of collection).
 
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