General Lee Cb Radio
General Lee CB Radios are exceptional!
General Lee CB radio devices are AM/FM 6-Band 10 meter radios that are quite similar to the Connex brand of CB radios, especially the longstanding 3300HP model. The General Lee CB radio is manufactured by one of many RCI factories. A considerable amount of ingenuity has with into designing the General Lee CB radio as an operator-friendly device. Nevertheless, there have been additions in which operators have had installed by technicians inside their rigs.
As mentioned, the General Lee CB radio has a striking similarity to Connex 3300 models; for example, the front panels are brushed aluminum and a bezels are chrome-plated. The one difference that distinguishes one from the other is the presence of the Confederate flag symbol. This doesn't exactly make the General Lee CB radio politically correct; nevertheless, it is one of the most purchased 10 meter CB radios on the market today.
The General Lee CB radio has many features, but the one feature in which many truckers have grown attached to is the existence of a front mounted microphone connector. On account of cubbyholes getting smaller in the newly designed trucks, mounting a radio with side-mounted microphone jacks are increasingly becoming more difficult to install. The newer vehicles are becoming more of a challenge as well due primarily to their limited room interiors. With the microphone connector protruding from the front, not as much width space is needed for a General Lee CB radio. Plus, there won't be any unwarranted stress on the connections because microphone cords won't be bent in uncompromising positions.
The output power of General Lee CB radios is exceptional. Most dealers are setting their AM carrier on 15 watts only to have it change to 10 watts by owners to have their modulation swinging between 38-40 watts. The modulation is capable of being adjusted to swing over 30 watts by fine-tuning the AMC control and if the entire limiter is removed a higher swing can be achieved; albeit, lots of clipping. The clipping along won't affect the quality of sound; therefore, there won't be any need to go and purchase some super modular kit.
The General Lee CB radio is highly recommended by many CB owners and enthusiasts; especially if you are a person you prefer band selection methods of uppers and lowers as well as AM/FM tuning. Anyone looking to get into the field, or possibly upgrade their current rig, should at least take a look at a General Lee CB radio.