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OWNER'S INSTRUCTIONS

T~ EIV
MOTORCYCLE
CB RADIO

CAU'I'ION IN HANDIJING
• Always adjust the controls before
starting so you can keep both hands on
the handlebars while riding.

• The unit is designed to be water resistant


and dew-proof, but not to be used in
water or to be sprayed with a hose.

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,. If the controller of the face plate gets
soiled, wipe it with a soft cloth which
has first been soaked in a solution of
GASOLINE rHlNNER BENZINE
neutral detergent and wrung.
Organic solutions such as gasoline,
thinner and benzine should never be
. used as they may damage the surface.

.. If water or dirt gets into receptacle for


the control unit plug, an operating
defect or a failure may occur. Also, if
the pins in the plug are bent, they will
no longer provide proper contact.

• Adjust the volume to a level that is


not distracting. Refrain from listening
at an increased volume continuously
for a long time.

• This unit is designed only for a 12VDC


negative ground motorcycle. Never
connect it to a 24VDC or positive
ground motorcycle.

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.. If the volume is raised excessively in the
city when using the speakers, other
persons would be disturbed.

.. If the CB radio is used for a long time


with the vehicle engine stopped, the
battery voltage would drop and the
motor starter might not be turned.
Increased volume of the radio increases
the power consumption. When listening
with the engine stopped, reduce the
volume as far as possible.

FEATURES
e Digital PLL synthesizer system providing • Adjustable loudness intercom enabling
stable frequency synthesization and communication between rider and
compact circuit design. passenger.
.. Dual conversion superheterodyne re-
ceiver ensuring high sensitivity and less Caution:
image interference. 1 Use this equipment only on a 12VDC
.. Up and down pushbutton channel negative ground power source.
selection for one hand safety operation 2 Observe that this unit is properly and
with previous channel memory. securely connected to 40 channel
e Digital LCD channel display and CB antenna such as the genuine
indicators ensuring optimum readout HONDA CB antenna.
of CB informations under a wide range 3. This cn radio has been approved by
of brightness. the Federal Communications Commis-
• One press-talk button provided on the sion (F.C.C.) in the U.S.A. and the
handlebar. Department Of Communications
.. Effective noise blanker and noise limiter (D.a.c.) in Canada, and has the ~~type
built in. acceptance" labels on it. Before
e Built to withstand vibration and water operating a Cll transmitter in Canada,
resistant. you must have authority from the
D.a.c. in Canada. Also, you htust
agree to follow the rules set by the
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D.O.C. in Canada. Effective J tine CHANNEL INDICATION NUMBER
1983 a license to operate a citizens RESPONDS TO FREQUENCIES
band radio is no longer required in ALLOCATED
the U.S.A. Read the rules for operat-
Ch. MHz Ch. MHz
ing a cn transmitter carefully.
Following them is the least you can 1 26.965 21 27.215
2 26.975 22 27,225
do to become a good CBer. 3 26.985 23 27 .255
Carefully read the ~~GENERAL INST 4 27.005 24 27.235
RUeI'IONS" chapter before operat- 5 27.015 25 27.245
6 27.025 26 27.265
ing the CB radio. Learn and observe
7 27.035 27 27.275
all the rules. 8 27.055 28 27.285
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12 27.105 32 27.325
13 27.115 33 27.335
14 27.125 34 27.345
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CB cOr"'~'rROLS AND IND!CA'fOllS

(down/'UO) channel selector button.

to select the next channel number:


to .to. (rightward) and the channel
goes up one; depress to ., (leftward) and the
channel goes down. When the button is
pressed to either side over approximately
one second, the channel goes continuously
up or down.

the trAnc:rnit1tAr'

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(receive) indicator.

Shows the channel selected by the T / A


button on the handlebar. The LCD display up while actually receiving a CB
will show optimum channel readout under When no signals are being received
either daylight or in nighttime. if the radio/cassette player is operated,
RX indicator turns off and the signals
TX (transmit) indlicllltnr the radio/cassette player will be

Lights up while transmitting (the press-


talk button on either handlebar or passenger
assist bar depressed and held in position).

CB sound can be heard from head-set


while this indicator is ON.

/ CB TRANSCEIVER

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PUSH oNVOL' SQL PUSH~

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TXRX
CB sound can be heard from speaker
while this indicator is ON.
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HS Switch/SQUELCH Control
POWER Switch/VOLUME

• Push Switch
Push this switch to turn on the CS.
Pushing this switch on can select the
Turn the knob clockwise to increase
head set or speaker to hear CB sound.
volume.

;1 PUS,
CB TRANSCEIVER

oNVOL SQLpUSH~

~ [ SQUELCH con~
Eliminates CB background noise (hissing)
heard between transmissions and enables
automatic switch-over between CB calls
and the radio/cassette player.

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HOW TO LISTEN TO CB

Push the Power Switch to turn 011.

PUSH

(%) Operate the channel selector "1.


button to select a desire channel.

Rotate the SQUELCH control all the


way counterclockwise. Now hissing sound
should be heard. In this condition, the RX
indicator will light.

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Rotate the SQUELCH control slowly


clockwise until the background noise just
disappears. At this point, the CB receiver
will be quiet (the RX indicator turns off)
and allows the radio Icassette player heard
through the headset (of both the rider and
the passenger) but an incoming CB call will
overcome the squelch action and be heard
while eliminating the sound from the
radiol cassette player.
However this is only when the radio/
cassette player and CB are in same
listening mode.
If radio/cassette player and CB select
different modes (for example, HS
mode for the former and SP mode for
the latter, or vice versa), it matters
only whether or not the CB sound is
output. In this case, the radio/cassette
output cannot be changed into CB
sound output.
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Press the channel selector TIll. button
to A side to select the desired channel
upward (toward channel 40) and press to
.,. side to select downward (toward channel
1) Each time the button is pressed, the CB
Upward
unit unit tunes to the next higher or lower
channel. To select channels upward or
downward rapidly, press the channel
selector button to either side and hold it in
position. Release the button when you
have selected the desired channel. If you
Downward
select upward beyond channel 40, the unit
next selects channel 1 and continues; and
if you select downward beyond channell,
the unit next selects channel 40 and
continues.

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To transmit, press the TALK button


on the handlebar and hold it in position.
Release the button to receive. Speak in
a normal manner like as speaking into a
telephone. Release the button to receive.

r~TALKI c_~_ _ • If the passenger wish to transmit, press


the press-talk button on the assist bar and
speak. Release to receive.
Note • During transmitting, the sound
from the radiol cassette player is deacti-
vated. The loudness of the voice from the
rider or passenger (or both simultaneously)
is adjustable with the H. S. VOL control.

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