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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Here is what I have: If the Tug 8 is a 4 wire cable,1/shield 2/white 3/red 4/black 5/N/C 6/N/C
If the TUG 8 is 6 wire cable,1/shield & blue 2/white 3/red 4/black 5/N/C 6/N/C .The reason I gave two diagrams is I can never remember if the 8 or the 9 is 4 wire cable.Also if your radio keys up when you plug mic in reverse the black and red.Good Luck and take care!
Posted on Feb 25, 2009
SOURCE: RCI-2980 NO MODULATION
Microphones are the most handled object with a CB radio and this is where it is most likely to find the problems. Basically a Galaxy radio in a base station box, and 3 out of ten develop problems, mostly power supply problems.
I would suspect the mic first. Best way is to use a different mic and see if the problem goes away. Next try the radio on an external DC supply or battery. Let me know what happens from there..... email@example.com
Posted on Feb 20, 2010
SOURCE: ranger rci 2970n2 radio need
Mode to AM
Set generator for 30mV RMS, 1KHz sinewave.
With Mic gain at maximum VR14 Adjust for 100% modulation. Use modulation meter or oscilloscope with RF sampler.
Posted on Feb 27, 2011
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