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magnum S-6 question

Discussion in 'CB Radio Modifications' started by southerntrucker, Feb 9, 2012.

  1. southerntrucker

    southerntrucker rebel child

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    Hey guys. I'm runnin a magnum S-6 and was wanting to kno if their was any way I could modify the roger beep to make it a deeper tone? Just curious. Thanks in advance.


     
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  2. me999

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    Yeah you can change tone and length by adding various resistors.
     
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  3. Robb

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    Not familiar with that particular circuit, but in general the resistor will change the length of the beep and a capacitor in that same circuit will change the pitch of the beep tone.
    http://www.cbtricks.com/radios/rflimited/magnum_s6/index.htm
     
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  4. southerntrucker

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    Would one of y'all happen to kno where the roger beep circut would be? Also how can I make it to where I can here it in my talk-back? Thanks for the help guys.
     
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  5. mackmobile43

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    The length would be changed by replacing certain capacitors.
     
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  6. Robb

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    Mackmobile was right. I got it backwards. The resistor will change the pitch and the capacitor will change the length of the beep. On the S-6, you might have to call up a Magnum tech or warranty shop. They should be familiar with those boards.
     
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  7. southerntrucker

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    Okie dokie. Thanks guys.
     
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