Uniden Bearcat 880 CB Radio w/7 Color Display Backlighting

Uniden Bearcat 880 CB Radio w/7 Color Display Backlighting
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Bearcat CB Radio with 7 Color Display Backlighting

The Most Trusted Name in CB Radios. It's tough and powerful with a large easy-to-read display and exciting new features including 7 Color Backlighting, Noise Cancelling Mic, and Wireless Mic Compatibility.

Communicate with others while you're out on the road with the Uniden Bearcat 880 CB Radio. Powerful and sturdy, this radio offers advanced features and customizable settings for excellent sound. The backlit display with large type is easy to read, even in the dark. With this radio, you never have to miss another transmission, even when you are driving.

Noise-Canceling Mic for Clear Sound
The Uniden CB radio's six-pin microphone has a noise-canceling feature, so the person you're talking to can hear you clearly. Enjoy crisp, clear communication without static. You can also use the radio with a wireless microphone for even more freedom.

Stay Safe and Informed with NOAA Weather Alerts
This Uniden CB radio comes with NOAA weather channel access, so you can stay on top of changing weather conditions and receive alerts about severe weather. The radio also comes with the public address feature. If you choose, the emergency channel can be automatically available.

Colorful Display for High Visibility
The Uniden CB display features a seven-color backlight display for easy viewing. The colorful display makes it easy to read and adjust settings, while still keeping your focus on your driving. The radio also features a dimmer switch that lets you change the display intensity from day to night.

Integrated SWR Meter and Diagnostics
Keep your CB station performing at its best using the CB's built-in SWR meter. Also, check for common faults using the Bearcat 880's integrated diagnostic modes.

Microphone Settings for Best Sound
This radio's multiple adjustments allow you to fine tune the signal and sound, for excellent clarity. Change the squelch control settings and the ANL/Noise option to reduce static and enjoy clear sound. Adjust the microphone gain to control the mic sensitivity.
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