• Uniden PRO520XL Pro Series 40-Channel CB Radio. Compact Design. ANL Switch and PA/CB Switch. 7 Watts of Audio Output and Instant Emergency Channel 9.
  • Uniden PRO520XL Pro Series 40-Channel CB Radio. Compact Design. ANL Switch and PA/CB Switch. 7 Watts of Audio Output and Instant Emergency Channel 9.
  • Uniden PRO520XL Pro Series 40-Channel CB Radio. Compact Design. ANL Switch and PA/CB Switch. 7 Watts of Audio Output and Instant Emergency Channel 9.
  • Uniden PRO520XL Pro Series 40-Channel CB Radio. Compact Design. ANL Switch and PA/CB Switch. 7 Watts of Audio Output and Instant Emergency Channel 9.
  • Uniden PRO520XL Pro Series 40-Channel CB Radio. Compact Design. ANL Switch and PA/CB Switch. 7 Watts of Audio Output and Instant Emergency Channel 9.
Uniden PRO520XL Pro Series 40-Channel CB Radio. Compact Design. ANL Switch and PA/CB Switch. 7 Watts of Audio Output and Instant Emergency Channel 9.
Uniden PRO520XL Pro Series 40-Channel CB Radio. Compact Design. ANL Switch and PA/CB Switch. 7 Watts of Audio Output and Instant Emergency Channel 9.
Uniden PRO520XL Pro Series 40-Channel CB Radio. Compact Design. ANL Switch and PA/CB Switch. 7 Watts of Audio Output and Instant Emergency Channel 9.
Uniden PRO520XL Pro Series 40-Channel CB Radio. Compact Design. ANL Switch and PA/CB Switch. 7 Watts of Audio Output and Instant Emergency Channel 9.
Uniden PRO520XL Pro Series 40-Channel CB Radio. Compact Design. ANL Switch and PA/CB Switch. 7 Watts of Audio Output and Instant Emergency Channel 9.

Uniden PRO520XL Pro Series 40-Channel CB Radio. Compact Design. ANL Switch and PA/CB Switch. 7 Watts of Audio Output and Instant Emergency Channel 9.

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  • Uniden's Professional Series PRO520XL Heavy-Duty CB radio offers a full 4 watts transmit power, with RF gain control, and 40-Channel operation in a compact rugged construction CB radio.
  • The PRO520XL has a front mount 4-pin electret microphone with extra-long coiled cord, S/RF LED meter, instant emergency channel 9, transmit indicator lights, Automatic Noise Limiter switch, Public Address switch, Volume control, Squelch control, and more.
  • Extremely popular for Industrial, Commercial, and Off-Road use. Easily fits in most any vehicle because of its compact size.
  • Built-in External Speaker Jack allows connecting to an optional external speaker, and you can use the Public Address function to be heard outside your vehicle with an optional PA speaker.
  • A superheterodyne circuit with phase locked loop technology assures precise frequency control. Included in the box: CB Radio, Microphone, Mounting Hardware, Mounting Bracket, User's Manual, and Two-Year Warranty.
  • 40-channel mobile CB radio with superheterodyne circuit/phase locked loop for precise control
  • Built-in automatic noise limiter and auto-squelch to eliminate noise and improve communication
  • Signal/RF meter and LED indicators to monitor activity; instant channel 9 access for emergency situations
  • Connect external speakers and use PA/CB switch for use as a Public Address system
  • Front-positioned microphone with extra-long, coiled cord for convenient use

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Likker little unit works as avertised and does it well My second CB radio. I must say for what I use it for it is perfect. It is loud and Clear with a tuned Antenna like my MOST highly recommended Firestick. Very easy to use, Is very small and compact, Easy install and Setup. You can be up and running quickly with this device. It was purchased as my backup CB for my Jeep but instantly became my primary while off road. You want small, loud, clear and economical????? BUY THIS 5NO MORE STATIC... here's why.. When I first set this up in my Xterra I used the 18 foot coax they recommend and the cigarette/12v socket adapter, The power & ground wires were really short not even 12 inches because the radio was so close to the socket I was able to cut all the wire and then solder together. I thought it was the best way to get no static. But I had alot of static just sitting there and hitting the gas, so I ordered a 12 foot coax instead of 18 foot and i ran a ground wire to the back of my radio mount and the power to a add a fuse . Look at pics.. the wire are about 3 feet now it's all soldered together and I have almost no static at all. I never thought it would of worked. Channel 9 has none at all. Channel 19 has suck a little bit and sometimes none.. just keep in mind I was able to use a 12 foot coax because my antenna is on the front of my truck on the brush guard. I have a 3 foot fire stick with the spring for antenna and the radio works very good. Some truckers I talked to were surprised I was using this radio because it was coming in so good.. so it's not your radio it's the way its hooked up. Also my RWS meter is at 0.3 at lower channels and 1.7 at higher channels.. 5Uniden PRO520XL CB Radio's ARE GREAT!!! I've owned about 5 of these things and I always leave them in the truck I'm selling. So, I've had my current truck awhile but I'm installing these PRO520XL in it this coming weekend. Only complaint is, for it's compact size, which allows all kinds of places to install it in, I know there's room inside the unit itself to add Weather Channels (NOAA) I'm sticking with this radio because of the price #1...#2 it's always performed as advertised with no problems at all. Transmitting distance, with a CB Radio, ANY CB Radio depends on a multitude of things like, mountains, windy roads, elevation ("skip" is fun when you're on the top of an especially big/tall mountain, especially when it's the flat desert for hundred's+ of miles on the other side...Talked to MANY MANY folks from all over the SE, East, NE and I especially like "conversing" the Louisiana/Georgia area States. Man, those guys have accents that just won't quit and especially unique stories to tell...Like a different world over there and I want to visit it before I'm dead and gone and you just gotta love it! Thanks Uniden for keeping me posted while driving, and at home too! And, almost around the world. I started CB'n back in my late teens (16 once I got a license to drive...) and because I've used my CB in many occasons o an emergency, for usually less than $100, you can fire a CB up in your vehicle, talk to the truckers on your trip and just have peace of mind. You might think you're OK with just your cell phone...Uhmmmmm, ever been driving in areas where there is no cell signal, basically a NO CELL ZONE??? I rescued a family of 5 in a NO CELL ZONE in the mountains at 11pm. Car just stopped and it was about 40 degrees outside. Parents had 3 kids ranging from 7-12. Couldn't use my Verizon Cell so I fired up my Uniden PRO520XL and after a few minutes, I finally picked up a guy who lived in Georgia. The State of GEORGIA! I was just outside of Bend, OR, just a couple THOUSAND miles away rom the guy who answered my "May Day" Call...GEORGIA!!! Had a good clear signal so he took my info of where we were, approx. how many miles we were up on a specific mountain road and gave him my cell number too. What he did was call the local Bend, OR sheriffs' office, about 30 miles away from where "The Family" and we were. The police then relayed the message to a AAA towing company located in Bend, and within a little over an hour, up the road a AAA Towing Truck finally came! Family Saved!...We were there for about 2+ hours total, but it was great to be able to help this family. Literally, the "Dad" told me he was going to go buy a CB for his SUV and one for his motor home too as soon as he gets back home to Portland. Not only are CB's great in emergency's like this (Cheap insurance against a possible tragedy...) they're fun too. I also use mine when caravanning with a few of my friends who have CB's while driving together on our way to a camping or fishing destination. Easily coordinate Pee breaks! And, they're just plain fun, convenient too and you get quality at an affordable cost. PLUS, they're very very easy to install! Ken J. Nehalem, OR. 5It worked great - for a few weeks It worked great - for a few weeks. Now I can't transmit at all, nobody ever hears me and yes, I had the antenna tuned. Also the output ports in the back are on the fritz. If I turn it on CB mode, you can hear the CB coming out of my PA speaker! And yes, the first thing I assumed was that the PA was plugged into EXT, but no, it's not. The EXT port is empty yet the PA is acting like EXT.I didn't totally blast the rating because at least it works fine for the reason I purchased it - as a PA speaker. I just turn the squelch all the way up so it suppresses any and all incoming transmissions so I don't accidentally blast the CB if I turn it on in the wrong mode lol. PA works great. 3Great little performer. Just like most of the other reviews I love this little radio. It works great and is simple to use and adjust. I paired it with my 102" whip and couldn't be happier. I have been getting great reports when I ask for a radio check. Everyone says it is nice and clear and I get great reception. The channel indicator is a little hard to see in direct sunlight but no big deal. The microphone is on the smaller side but seems to work great and is well made, solid construction. The radio also takes up very little space and can be mounted in the dash if you want to. The speaker is plenty loud but I want to get an external speaker just to improve the audio a tad due to my mounting the radio under the dash. All in all you can't go wrong with this little radio, it performs as well as a $200 radio just doesn't have all of the bells and whistles. With my 102" whip, 18 foot firestik coax, and ball mount I am getting near perfect SWR right out of the box. Could not be happier. 5Buy it...been doing CBs for 35 years...this little one is a gooder. Seriously great little CB...with some bigger CB functions.LIKES:- Small/compact. I use this in the center console of my '14 Silverado. Works great!- RF gain control. Didn't think I would use/need this...boy was I wrong. In a noisy washed out environment...comes in handy- No beep-beep-beep crap unlike the big Uniden I have. No sounds when switching between channels or pushing buttons- PA output and switch. Absolute kickass fun scaring dogs, deer, cats, kids, or broadcasting something funny with a horn speaker- Microphone. Looks cheap and flimsy. DON'T go out and replace it. This mic is really good and works well. I had a noise canx mic...this one works better.- Speaker output - I USE THE MOST. Go get you a small high quality CB ext speaker at a truck stop...and plug it in.DISLIKES- Might be "too compact" for folks with big fingers.- Old school LED display is hard to see in the daylight...excellent at night tho.- Speaker power out could be a bit better with some type of tone control- Wx function would have been niceOVERALL- Tuned VSR to 1:1 with my Firestik antenna on my pickup. Used high quality coax. CB system is 100% good. Talk is strong, Rx is excellent. Lots of good stuff in such a small package. Buy it. 5Great device even better for the price I was very surprised when I install this in my wife jeep. Very easy to place almost anywhere in your vehicle. We placed it on the glove box. And it was still out of the way. Very powerful. You can pick up even farther out with the RF knob that comes with it. We have a hustler white antenna with it. Tuned it with an srw or SWR meter.This thing works so well it's better than my bigger CB in my big truck. I'm thinking of picking up another one of these to put in my pickup truck. Again very impressed. Plan on buying another one. 5Uniden PRO520XL 40 Channel 4 Watt CB Radio - Microphone - Noise limiter - Squelch - RF Gain - Compact size - Works great Outstanding compact CB radio.Strong reception and transmission, now that everything is setup properly and the antenna is tuned. Here are our details for this installation on our 2005 Jeep Wrangler:Uniden PRO520XL mounted at the bottom-left of the kick panel on the front passenger's side. Used the supplied mount but tossed the supplied screws as they were flat-nosed and next to impossible to get started (even with a small drilled starter hole). Picked two similarly sized/threaded flat-head wood screws from our tool box, and they did the trick. See pictures.FireStik FSII four foot tunable antenna mounted on the rear passengers-side taillight using an FSM Design mount (FSM Jeep Antenna Mount) and a FireStik K-4A stud (Firestik K-4A Stud).Connected the radio to the antenna with an Astatic nine foot RG-8X coaxial cable (Astatic 9-Ft Rg8x Coaxial Cable) with PL-259 connector ends. Crystal clear transmission and reception, with the ANL (noise limiter) switched on. Originally used a RG-58A/U coaxial cable but there was way too much noise; cable deemed defective, or maybe just not right for our Jeep, but the RG-8X cable works quite well.Tuned the FireStik FSII antenna (FireStik FSII) with the help of an Astatic PDC7 SWR Meter (CB / Ham Radio SWR / RF Meter Astatic PDC7). Easy to tune and provided fantastic results.The mic, though seemingly somewhat light and small feeling, is hot! It really does a great job. Mounted the mic holder on the ashtray blank... that turned out to be the perfect place for the holder as it is easy to reach but the mic does not get in the way of shifting. Installed the mic holder sideways instead of vertical, so I slide the mic from right to left into the holder for storage. Works just fine this way; holds the mic nicely in place. As with the CB mount, I tossed the supplied screws (again, flat-nose) and found two similarly sized/threaded flat-head wood screws in our tool box. Drilled small starter holes and that did the trick.The size of this compact Uniden radio is exactly what we needed to use inside the fairly small cabin of the Jeep. Additionally, the Squelch, RF Gain and ANL features work surprisingly well.Bottom line: I really like this radio and am very happy with its performance and compatibility with the other gear in the rig, as described above. Now that the radio has proven itself and I have decided it's a keeper, I am off to purchase two additional accessories:.... (1) a PA speaker, so I can share a few choice words with the bozos that are texting and driving.... (2) an internal speaker to boost the radio's sound a bit -- hey, soft top Jeeps ain't quiet, ya know...This radio has ports on the back for both of these add-ons, so why not!Would purchase this radio again, if needed. 5Great radio for the money. I contemplated on this CB for months. I couldn't decide if i wanted a full size CB for the features or save space and weight and sacrifice. Turns out, this little radio kicks some serious butt. I really got the best of both worlds. It doesn't have a few features like roger beep or Noise Blanker or the built in SWR meter but it does have ANL that seems to work excellent. I thought that i would get a noise cancelling mic but the little mic that comes with it is truly a nice one as i get many "loud and clears" when talking to others. I wired it up using a cigarette lighter plug, which isn't the most ideal power source, but i get very low noise and i like the convenience. I'm currently using this radio with a Wilson Lil Wil magnetic antenna and I'm getting SWR's just a tad over 1 to 1. Overall, I didn't have to sacrifice at all. This radio has all the features that i would need for backwoods communication and i even saved a little money in the process. Highly recommend. 5Easy to use. Works good. Bought this for an 8,000 road trip to Alaska where I traveled the Dalton Highway; 800 miles of rough roads and no cellService. Came in very handy for communicating with truckers on passes and steep places. Love that the ANL switch cancels out noise. I had the cheaper version of this radio and the static was horrific. PONY up and buy the PRO520XL. I paired this with TRAM magnet mount 36 whip antenna which I tuned using a simple SWR meter. First time CB user. Very pleased. 5
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Likker little unit works as avertised and does it well My second CB radio. I must say for what I use it for it is perfect. It is loud and Clear with a tuned Antenna like my MOST highly recommended Firestick. Very easy to use, Is very small and compact, Easy install and Setup. You can be up and running quickly with this device. It was purchased as my backup CB for my Jeep but instantly became my primary while off road. You want small, loud, clear and economical????? BUY THIS 5NO MORE STATIC... here's why.. When I first set this up in my Xterra I used the 18 foot coax they recommend and the cigarette/12v socket adapter, The power & ground wires were really short not even 12 inches because the radio was so close to the socket I was able to cut all the wire and then solder together. I thought it was the best way to get no static. But I had alot of static just sitting there and hitting the gas, so I ordered a 12 foot coax instead of 18 foot and i ran a ground wire to the back of my radio mount and the power to a add a fuse . Look at pics.. the wire are about 3 feet now it's all soldered together and I have almost no static at all. I never thought it would of worked. Channel 9 has none at all. Channel 19 has suck a little bit and sometimes none.. just keep in mind I was able to use a 12 foot coax because my antenna is on the front of my truck on the brush guard. I have a 3 foot fire stick with the spring for antenna and the radio works very good. Some truckers I talked to were surprised I was using this radio because it was coming in so good.. so it's not your radio it's the way its hooked up. Also my RWS meter is at 0.3 at lower channels and 1.7 at higher channels.. 5Uniden PRO520XL CB Radio's ARE GREAT!!! I've owned about 5 of these things and I always leave them in the truck I'm selling. So, I've had my current truck awhile but I'm installing these PRO520XL in it this coming weekend. Only complaint is, for it's compact size, which allows all kinds of places to install it in, I know there's room inside the unit itself to add Weather Channels (NOAA) I'm sticking with this radio because of the price #1...#2 it's always performed as advertised with no problems at all. Transmitting distance, with a CB Radio, ANY CB Radio depends on a multitude of things like, mountains, windy roads, elevation ("skip" is fun when you're on the top of an especially big/tall mountain, especially when it's the flat desert for hundred's+ of miles on the other side...Talked to MANY MANY folks from all over the SE, East, NE and I especially like "conversing" the Louisiana/Georgia area States. Man, those guys have accents that just won't quit and especially unique stories to tell...Like a different world over there and I want to visit it before I'm dead and gone and you just gotta love it! Thanks Uniden for keeping me posted while driving, and at home too! And, almost around the world. I started CB'n back in my late teens (16 once I got a license to drive...) and because I've used my CB in many occasons o an emergency, for usually less than $100, you can fire a CB up in your vehicle, talk to the truckers on your trip and just have peace of mind. You might think you're OK with just your cell phone...Uhmmmmm, ever been driving in areas where there is no cell signal, basically a NO CELL ZONE??? I rescued a family of 5 in a NO CELL ZONE in the mountains at 11pm. Car just stopped and it was about 40 degrees outside. Parents had 3 kids ranging from 7-12. Couldn't use my Verizon Cell so I fired up my Uniden PRO520XL and after a few minutes, I finally picked up a guy who lived in Georgia. The State of GEORGIA! I was just outside of Bend, OR, just a couple THOUSAND miles away rom the guy who answered my "May Day" Call...GEORGIA!!! Had a good clear signal so he took my info of where we were, approx. how many miles we were up on a specific mountain road and gave him my cell number too. What he did was call the local Bend, OR sheriffs' office, about 30 miles away from where "The Family" and we were. The police then relayed the message to a AAA towing company located in Bend, and within a little over an hour, up the road a AAA Towing Truck finally came! Family Saved!...We were there for about 2+ hours total, but it was great to be able to help this family. Literally, the "Dad" told me he was going to go buy a CB for his SUV and one for his motor home too as soon as he gets back home to Portland. Not only are CB's great in emergency's like this (Cheap insurance against a possible tragedy...) they're fun too. I also use mine when caravanning with a few of my friends who have CB's while driving together on our way to a camping or fishing destination. Easily coordinate Pee breaks! And, they're just plain fun, convenient too and you get quality at an affordable cost. PLUS, they're very very easy to install! Ken J. Nehalem, OR. 5It worked great - for a few weeks It worked great - for a few weeks. Now I can't transmit at all, nobody ever hears me and yes, I had the antenna tuned. Also the output ports in the back are on the fritz. If I turn it on CB mode, you can hear the CB coming out of my PA speaker! And yes, the first thing I assumed was that the PA was plugged into EXT, but no, it's not. The EXT port is empty yet the PA is acting like EXT.I didn't totally blast the rating because at least it works fine for the reason I purchased it - as a PA speaker. I just turn the squelch all the way up so it suppresses any and all incoming transmissions so I don't accidentally blast the CB if I turn it on in the wrong mode lol. PA works great. 3Great little performer. Just like most of the other reviews I love this little radio. It works great and is simple to use and adjust. I paired it with my 102" whip and couldn't be happier. I have been getting great reports when I ask for a radio check. Everyone says it is nice and clear and I get great reception. The channel indicator is a little hard to see in direct sunlight but no big deal. The microphone is on the smaller side but seems to work great and is well made, solid construction. The radio also takes up very little space and can be mounted in the dash if you want to. The speaker is plenty loud but I want to get an external speaker just to improve the audio a tad due to my mounting the radio under the dash. All in all you can't go wrong with this little radio, it performs as well as a $200 radio just doesn't have all of the bells and whistles. With my 102" whip, 18 foot firestik coax, and ball mount I am getting near perfect SWR right out of the box. Could not be happier. 5Buy it...been doing CBs for 35 years...this little one is a gooder. Seriously great little CB...with some bigger CB functions.LIKES:- Small/compact. I use this in the center console of my '14 Silverado. Works great!- RF gain control. Didn't think I would use/need this...boy was I wrong. In a noisy washed out environment...comes in handy- No beep-beep-beep crap unlike the big Uniden I have. No sounds when switching between channels or pushing buttons- PA output and switch. Absolute kickass fun scaring dogs, deer, cats, kids, or broadcasting something funny with a horn speaker- Microphone. Looks cheap and flimsy. DON'T go out and replace it. This mic is really good and works well. I had a noise canx mic...this one works better.- Speaker output - I USE THE MOST. Go get you a small high quality CB ext speaker at a truck stop...and plug it in.DISLIKES- Might be "too compact" for folks with big fingers.- Old school LED display is hard to see in the daylight...excellent at night tho.- Speaker power out could be a bit better with some type of tone control- Wx function would have been niceOVERALL- Tuned VSR to 1:1 with my Firestik antenna on my pickup. Used high quality coax. CB system is 100% good. Talk is strong, Rx is excellent. Lots of good stuff in such a small package. Buy it. 5Great device even better for the price I was very surprised when I install this in my wife jeep. Very easy to place almost anywhere in your vehicle. We placed it on the glove box. And it was still out of the way. Very powerful. You can pick up even farther out with the RF knob that comes with it. We have a hustler white antenna with it. Tuned it with an srw or SWR meter.This thing works so well it's better than my bigger CB in my big truck. I'm thinking of picking up another one of these to put in my pickup truck. Again very impressed. Plan on buying another one. 5Uniden PRO520XL 40 Channel 4 Watt CB Radio - Microphone - Noise limiter - Squelch - RF Gain - Compact size - Works great Outstanding compact CB radio.Strong reception and transmission, now that everything is setup properly and the antenna is tuned. Here are our details for this installation on our 2005 Jeep Wrangler:Uniden PRO520XL mounted at the bottom-left of the kick panel on the front passenger's side. Used the supplied mount but tossed the supplied screws as they were flat-nosed and next to impossible to get started (even with a small drilled starter hole). Picked two similarly sized/threaded flat-head wood screws from our tool box, and they did the trick. See pictures.FireStik FSII four foot tunable antenna mounted on the rear passengers-side taillight using an FSM Design mount (FSM Jeep Antenna Mount) and a FireStik K-4A stud (Firestik K-4A Stud).Connected the radio to the antenna with an Astatic nine foot RG-8X coaxial cable (Astatic 9-Ft Rg8x Coaxial Cable) with PL-259 connector ends. Crystal clear transmission and reception, with the ANL (noise limiter) switched on. Originally used a RG-58A/U coaxial cable but there was way too much noise; cable deemed defective, or maybe just not right for our Jeep, but the RG-8X cable works quite well.Tuned the FireStik FSII antenna (FireStik FSII) with the help of an Astatic PDC7 SWR Meter (CB / Ham Radio SWR / RF Meter Astatic PDC7). Easy to tune and provided fantastic results.The mic, though seemingly somewhat light and small feeling, is hot! It really does a great job. Mounted the mic holder on the ashtray blank... that turned out to be the perfect place for the holder as it is easy to reach but the mic does not get in the way of shifting. Installed the mic holder sideways instead of vertical, so I slide the mic from right to left into the holder for storage. Works just fine this way; holds the mic nicely in place. As with the CB mount, I tossed the supplied screws (again, flat-nose) and found two similarly sized/threaded flat-head wood screws in our tool box. Drilled small starter holes and that did the trick.The size of this compact Uniden radio is exactly what we needed to use inside the fairly small cabin of the Jeep. Additionally, the Squelch, RF Gain and ANL features work surprisingly well.Bottom line: I really like this radio and am very happy with its performance and compatibility with the other gear in the rig, as described above. Now that the radio has proven itself and I have decided it's a keeper, I am off to purchase two additional accessories:.... (1) a PA speaker, so I can share a few choice words with the bozos that are texting and driving.... (2) an internal speaker to boost the radio's sound a bit -- hey, soft top Jeeps ain't quiet, ya know...This radio has ports on the back for both of these add-ons, so why not!Would purchase this radio again, if needed. 5Great radio for the money. I contemplated on this CB for months. I couldn't decide if i wanted a full size CB for the features or save space and weight and sacrifice. Turns out, this little radio kicks some serious butt. I really got the best of both worlds. It doesn't have a few features like roger beep or Noise Blanker or the built in SWR meter but it does have ANL that seems to work excellent. I thought that i would get a noise cancelling mic but the little mic that comes with it is truly a nice one as i get many "loud and clears" when talking to others. I wired it up using a cigarette lighter plug, which isn't the most ideal power source, but i get very low noise and i like the convenience. I'm currently using this radio with a Wilson Lil Wil magnetic antenna and I'm getting SWR's just a tad over 1 to 1. Overall, I didn't have to sacrifice at all. This radio has all the features that i would need for backwoods communication and i even saved a little money in the process. Highly recommend. 5Easy to use. Works good. Bought this for an 8,000 road trip to Alaska where I traveled the Dalton Highway; 800 miles of rough roads and no cellService. Came in very handy for communicating with truckers on passes and steep places. Love that the ANL switch cancels out noise. I had the cheaper version of this radio and the static was horrific. PONY up and buy the PRO520XL. I paired this with TRAM magnet mount 36 whip antenna which I tuned using a simple SWR meter. First time CB user. Very pleased. 5
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