Uniden BEARCAT 980SSB 40- Channel SSB CB Radio with Sideband NOAA WeatherBand,7- Color Digital Display PA/CB Switch and Noise Cancelling Mic, Wireless Mic Compatible

Additional Features: Memory Scan, Clarifier, Volume/Squelch Control, RF Gain Control, Instant Channel 9/19, CB/PA Switch, Microphone Gain 4-Position Control, 40 Channel AM Operation, Laser Etched Keys, Extra Long Microphone Cord, Channel Indicator, Includes 6 Pin to 4 Pin Adapter, Dimmer Switch Day/Night, Product Weight: 4 pounds, 8 ounce, Product Dimensions (Width x Height x Depth): 15″ x 9″ x 4″.

Product Features

  • Single Side Band USB/LSB
  • Easy to Read Adjustable 7 Color Display Backlighting
  • Noise Cancelling Microphone, Wireless Microphone Compatible
  • Radio Diagnostics
  • Wireless Mic Compatible – Compatible with the BC906W Wireless CB Speaker/Mic

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2 Responses to Uniden BEARCAT 980SSB 40- Channel SSB CB Radio with Sideband NOAA WeatherBand,7- Color Digital Display PA/CB Switch and Noise Cancelling Mic, Wireless Mic Compatible

  1. Anonymous says:

    Uniden’s Design Team Hit’s a Home Run For the hard core CBer I assume this would be a prize radio. As for me, I am a ham radio operator; my use for a CB to my surprise came when we bought our Motorhome. The CB is a necessary tool on long trips, cross country journeys to listen to truckers on Channel 19. CB is handy to hear traffic reports, weather and local chatter than one would not normally be privileged to. Ham Radio would not have the arcane yet gruff world of trucking yet I find incredible utility and use when traveling with…

  2. Anonymous says:

    As of my review the rev2 board is tuneable but no moddable for expansion (freq wise) wouldn’t hesitate to buy another one. At the current time non mod able, BUT!! htast fine. As a basic am/ssb cb radio its a good one. Has great recieve like an old uniden grant or cobra148gtl. Good single final radio. DOes the 12 to 15 watts PeP on ssb out of the box and deadkey 5 and 8 to 10 on AM out of the box. Mine was a rev2 board. Power is adjustable to a point but honestly as a stock radio its fine as is. Some folks said they were junk because they were not like export type radio out put…