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Discussion in 'CB and Export Equipment and Accessories' started by cbshack, Oct 19, 2011.
In radio you want to shape the audio to mid range.
it's a exclusive SnakeRadiosInc mod. talk to 522, his tech is snakeradiosinc
iv had the guy do some radios for me it was good service.
Yep, fast4socal is right... err... morse123, sorry.
I have had SnakeRadiosInc.com install the Cobra 148 HI-FI RX Mod via the MotorMouthMaul website.
I had it done on one of my Cobra 148's and it sounded great. Granted you wont notice a huge difference unless you hook the radio up to better than bad speaker system.
(NO, the little, tiny, single speaker on the radio wont suffice. You will NOT notice a difference whatsoever)
Connect the radio to a decent sounding external speaker, and you will notice the difference.
Also, you will notice it right away once one of those big , quote, unquote "HI-FI" radios out there come into your receive.
Does the radio sound better (once hooked to a proper speaker) ?? Yes
Would I tell everyone I know about it, and to tell them to do it ?? Sure, why not. Because its not something that costs an arm and a leg.
Try it. If you hate it, well, guess what, its easy to remove, and you arent out much $.
Have fun !
This mod does nothing to the TX, just the RX
Fast4socal is old news, mud duck.
Ur a mud duck just like Timmy boy.
Have fun 522
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ouch !! i just got burned ... in the 3rd degree ! nice come back.
join the conversation like a grown up when you have something beneficial to say.
the Mauldulator has NOTHING to do with what i spoke about above.
go back up and re-read again, i specifically said "I have had SnakeRadiosInc.com install the Cobra 148 HI-FI RX Mod via the MotorMouthMaul website"
NOT the Mauldulator.
For those who cant follow:
http://motormouthmaul.com/linked/cobra 148 rx mod.pdf
As for the other post... I cant comment. Not my radio. Looks like he built the radio per customer's request. Regardless of what the purist say, the customer pays the bills, and he satisfied the customer.
Not my radio, not my problem.