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Delivers1234

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I have a ham and a cb. The ham mic is wired. The cb is powered with USB but is wireless. Any suggestions to use mic holder or just leave in center rest area?
 

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IZ3QVB

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Hi, I use a handfree mike from Adonis but now at half price there are some toyo and other proxel at less 50$... personally my its in glas box in the overhead console of my golf (see my shack pics)
CB Accessories - Microphones - Handsfree Mics : Toyo MS-5 Handsfree system for 6 pin CB's

My mod it's to have a switch by kenwood (MJ89)to use mic a/b or a+b (cause my mic have dtmf and some func) but a patch cable and a doublebarrel RJ45 can do alike
 

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How about the right outside lower wall of the console? (Same side as the glove box, closer to the seat.) That'll get your mic cable away from the console and should keep you away from the airbags as well.
 
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