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Cobra 29 LX BT CB Specifications
How to Use Your Cobra 29 LX BT
Contents
Features ..................................................................................................................1
The CB Story ..........................................................................................................A1
FCC Regulations, FCC Warnings & Included Accessories
Controls & Indicators.........................................................................................A2
Our Thanks to You ..............................................................................................A3
Customer Support
Installation
Location & Mounting/Connection...........................................................2
Antennas
CB Antenna & Marine Installation ............................................................6
Ignition Noise Interference.............................................................................7
Operating Your 29 LX BT
Turning On Your CB ......................................................................................8
Setting Channel Selector.............................................................................9
Calibrate For SWR (Standing Wave Ratio).............................................10
To Receive.........................................................................................................12
Selecting a Channel ......................................................................................13
S-Meter...............................................................................................................13
To Transmit.......................................................................................................14
Setting Dynamike® ..............................................................................................15
Menu Mode ......................................................................................................16
Setting the Clock ............................................................................................17
Setting the Alarm .................................................................................................17
Setting the Count Down Timer.................................................................18
Key Tones Mode ...................................................................................................18
Radio Check Mode ...............................................................................................19
Setting Display Color Mode .......................................................................20
Setting Brightness Mode.............................................................................21
Setting Contrast Mode .......................................................................................21
Turn NightWatch Illumination On/Off..........................................................21
Bluetooth Pairing .................................................................................................22
Turn Bluetooth Off.........................................................................................24
Weather Information ..........................................................................................25
Weather Channels .........................................................................................25
Weather Alert Mode......................................................................................26
Setting Weather Alert Scan ........................................................................26
Setting Weather Auto Scan ........................................................................26
Software version/Factory Settings ..........................................................27
NB-ANL/Off (Noise Blanker/Automatic Noise Limiter Switch) ......28
Setting Delta Tune .........................................................................................28
RF Gain Control ...............................................................................................28 .
Program Memory Channels .............................................................................29
Scan/Memory Scan........................................................................................30
Scan Memory Channels ...............................................................................30
Scan CB Channels ..........................................................................................30
Dimmer Control ..............................................................................................30
Setting Squelch...............................................................................................31
S/RF Meter ........................................................................................................32
External Speaker .............................................................................................33
External Push-to-Talk Jack ..........................................................................33
External Mic Jack ............................................................................................33 .
Home And Office Set-Up ...................................................................................34
Temporary Mobile Set-Up ..........................................................................35
How Your CB Can Serve You ..........................................................................36
A Few Rules You Should Know .................................................................36
Channel 9 Emergency Messages..............................................................36
CB 10 Codes .....................................................................................................38
Frequency Ranges ..............................................................................................40
29 LX BT Specifications ....................................................................................41
Warranty Information .......................................................................................42
Optional Accessories .........................................................................................43
If You Need Service/Trademark Info ........................................ Back Cover
Features of This Product
• Selectable 4-Color LCD Display
• Advanced Bluetooth® Connectivity
• NightWatch® Illumination
• 10 Weather Channels
• Weather Scan
• Emergency Weather Alert
• 40 CB Radio Channels
• 40 Channel Scan
• Memory Channels
• Channel Frequency Read-Out
• Radio Check Diagnostic
• Clock/Timer/Alarm
• Heavy-Duty Dynamic
Microphone with Phone Function
• Full 4 Watts AM RF Power Output
• SWR Calibration Meter
• Instant Channel 19 and 9
• Front Panel 6-Pin Microphone
Connector
• Switchable Automatic Noise
Limiter & Noise Blanker
• Adjustable Dynamike Boost
• Tactile Controls
• 9 Ft Mic Cord
• Programmable Dimmer Control
• RF Gain
• USB Output
• External Push-To-Talk Jack
• External Microphone Jack
Bluetooth® Features
• Dual Point Bluetooth®
• Caller I.D.
• A2DP Audio Streaming
• Auto Phone Book Download
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Installation
Installation
Location
Location
Plan location of transceiver and microphone
bracket before starting the installation.
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Select a location that is convenient for operation,
yet does not interfere with the driver or passenger.
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The transceiver is usually mounted to the underside of the dash with the microphone bracket
beside it.
Mounting and
Connection
Mounting and Connection
1
Note
The transceiver is held in the
universal mounting bracket by
two thumbscrews which allow
for adjustment at a convenient
angle.
Hold the radio with the mounting bracket in
the exact desired location. If there is no interference, remove the bracket and use it as a
template to mark the location for the mounting screws.
3
Connect the antenna cable plug to the receptacle marked “ANT” on the back of the unit.
The bracket includes two selftapping screws and star washers. The mounting must be
mechanically strong, conveniently located.
2
Drill the holes and secure the bracket.
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Installation
Installation
Note
Before installing the CB radio,
visually check the vehicle’s
battery connection to determine which terminal, positive
or negative, is grounded (positive is the larger of the two)
to the engine block (or chassis). A negatively grounded
vehicle has its negative lead
grounded to the chassis.
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Note
6
Plug power cable into back of unit marked
“Power”. Be sure to observe polarity markings.
7
Mount the microphone
bracket on either side
of the unit (driver’s left)
using two screws supplied. Bracket should be
placed under the dash
so microphone is readily
accessible.
Connecting to an accessory fuse
prevents the unit from being left
on accidentally, and also permits operating the unit without
running the engine.
4
Note
In positive ground vehicles the
red wire goes to the chassis and
the black wire is connected to
the ignition switch.
In a negative grounded vehicle, connect the
red lead of the DC power cord to an accessory
12 volt fuse.
Note
NB/ANL
When connected to an accessory fuse, unit will self test
the emergency weather alert
automatically when ignition
is turned on. Turns itself on & off.
Connect the black lead to the negative side
of the vehicle. This is usually the chassis. Any
convenient location with a good electrical
contact (remove paint) may be used.
R
S/RF
SWR
CAL
VOL
8
3
CAL
SQ
SCAN
3
SIG 1
MEM SCAN
DYNAMIKE
MIN
CB /WX
5 79
+30dB
M
U
EN
CH 9/
19
If microphone is not
M
connected, audioDIwill
not
be heard at speaker.
TX
RX
RF
SWR /CAL
OFF
4
2
NB/ANL SWR 1.5
ANL
S/RF
5
Note
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PU SH EN
TE
MEM
WX !
R
RF GAIN
MIN
DELTA TUNE
MAX
T BACK
ESC
SWR
CAL
OFF
Attach the microphone cable to receptacle on
front of unit and install unit in bracket securely.
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Antennas
Ignition Noise Interference
CB Antenna
CB Antenna
Since the maximum allowable power output of
the transmitter is limited by the FCC, the antenna
is critical in affecting transmission distance. Only a
properly matched antenna system will allow maxiNote
mum power output. Cobra loaded type antenna
For optimum performance in
models are highly recommended for most instalpassenger cars the ideal anten- lations. For models with Weather Feature (WX),
na location is on the center of
a Dual Band (Center Load/Base Load) antenna
the roof. Second choice is on the is recommended. Consult your Cobra dealer for
center of the trunk.
further details, or call 773.889.3087 and speak to a
Cobra representative.
Note
Because many newer trucks
feature fiberglass door skins,
the outside mirror must be
grounded to the chassis via a
ground strap, if the antenna is
mounted on the mirror bracket.
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Use of a mobile receiver at low signal levels is
normally limited by the presence of electrical
noise. The primary source of noise in automobiles is from the alternator and ignition system.
Typically, when signal level is adequate, the background noise does not present a serious problem.
Also, when extremely low level signals are being
received, the transceiver may be operated with
the vehicle’s engine turned off. The unit requires
very little current and therefore will not significantly discharge the vehicle’s battery.
Even though the Cobra 29 LX BT has an automatic noise limiter, in some installations ignition
interference may be high enough to make good
communications impossible. Many possibilities
exist and variations between vehicles require
different solutions. Consult your Cobra dealer or
a 2-way radio technician for help in locating the
source of a severe noise.
Note
3-way Combination Antennas
are also available which allow
operation of all three bands
(AM-FM & CB), using a single
antenna. However, this type
of antenna usually results in
less than normal transmit and
receive range when compared
to a standard-type “Single
Band” CB antenna. Call 773889-3087 for further information.
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Marine Installation
The transceiver will not operate at maximum
efficiency in a boat without a ground plate,
(unless it has a steel hull). Before attempting
installation , consult your dealer for information
regarding an adequate grounding system and
prevention of electrolysis between fittings in the
hull and water.
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A standard antenna connector is provided
on the transceiver for easy connection.
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Operation
Operation
Turning On
Turning On
NB /ANL
R
2
NB/ANL SWR 1.5
ANL
S/RF
S/RF
SWR
CAL
CAL
3
SIG 1
SQ
TX
5 79
+30dB
M
DYNAMIKE
EN
U SH EN
U P
TE
1
3
CAL
SWR /CAL
SQ
TX
RX
RF
3
SIG 1
Note
5 79
+30dB
DYNAMIKE
M
U
EN
PU SH EN
TE
MEM
WX !
Press CB/WX to select CB or
weather channel modes.
R
RF GA
ME
R
OFF
3
OFF
S/RF
SWR
CAL
VOL
RX
RF
SWR/CAL
VOL
3
2
NB/ANL SWR 1.5
ANL
S/ RF
NB/ANL
R
Setting Channel
Selector
Setting Channel Selector
Make sure the power cord, antenna and microphone are connected to their proper connectors
before starting.
MIN
MIN
MIN
Select one of forty channels and adjust
volume. The selected channel (1 through
40) will be indicated by the readout directly
above the channel selector knob
Rotate the On/Off Volume knob clockwise to
turn unit on and adjust to a normal listening
level.
NB /ANL
2
NB/ANL SWR 1.5
ANL
S/ RF
R
S/RF
SWR
CAL
OFF
CAL
SQ
SCAN
TX
3
SIG 1
CB /WX
5 79
+30dB
DYNAMIKE
M
EN
U SH EN
U P
TE
MEM
R
MIN
2
8
DIM
ESC
WX !
RF GAIN
MIN
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CH 9/
19
MEM SCAN
RX
RF
SWR /CAL
VOL
3
DELTA TUNE
MAX
T BACK
SWR
CAL
OFF
Press the CB/WX button to change modes.
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Operation
Operation
Calibrate For
SWR (Standing
Wave Ratio)
Calibrate for SWR (Standing Wave Ratio)
PUSH &
HOLD
SWR calibration is done to properly adjust the
length of the antenna and to monitor the quality
of the coaxial cable and all RF connections.
This calibration is critical in order to achieve optimum performance.
Note
NB /ANL
2
SWR 1.5
S/ RF
R
3
CB /WX/
VOL
SQ
3
1
PA
5 79
+30dB
DYNAMIKE
M
EN
U SH EN
U P
TE
MEM
DIM
ESC
WX !
R
RF GAIN
DELTA TUNE
T BACK
SWR
CAL
3
OFF
NB /ANL
MIN
MIN
MAX
2
NB/ANL SWR 1.5
ANL
S/ RF
1
Calibration must be made in an
open area (never in a garage).
Vehicle doors must be closed.
No one should be standing near
the antenna. (See your antenna
directions for more complete
information).
MEM SCAN
RX
SIG
SWR /CAL
SCAN
CAL
RF
CH 9/
19
S/RF
SWR
CAL
Select channel 20.SWR/CAL
VOL
OFF
3
CAL
SCAN
TX
CB /WX
3
SIG 1
5 79
+30dB
DYNAMIKE
M
E
CH 9/
19
Note
The reading will be slightly
higher on Channels 1 and 40
compared to Channel 20.
MEM SCAN
RX
RF
SQ
Push and hold mic button.
OFF
PU SH EN
TE
NU
R
RF GAIN
MIN
MIN
DELTA TUNE
MAX
T BACK
DIM
ESC
SWR
CAL
OFF
R
4
2
Press SWR/CAL button to select CAL.
While holding mic
button adjust the
SWR CAL knob so
the meter swings
to the CAL mark on
the meter (located
on the right).
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Operation
Operation
Calibrate for
SWR continued
RX
F
3
SIG 1
5 79
+30dB
R
DYNAMIKE
Note
When switched to SWR
mode the meter reading
should ideally be as far to the
left as possible. Anything over
3 is not acceptable. A slight
antenna height adjustment
(higher or lower) may be
required. Repeat recalibration
steps.
To Receive
M
EN
U SH EN
U P
TE
MEM
R
RF GAIN
MIN
MIN
5
6
Release the PTT button, press and release the
S/RF-SWR CAL button to the SWR position.
Then press the PTT button to read the SWR
reading.
Repeat the same steps two through five on
Channel 1 and 40. This will check SWR for all
channels.
To Receive
S-Meter
Swings proportionately to strength of incoming
signal when receiving.
SIG 1
VOL
1
12
2
3
CAL
RX
RF
R
Rotate the On/Off Volume knob clockwise.
The RX icon will be displayed.
MAX
S-Meter
S/RF
1
DEL
Unit should be in CB mode. Rotate channel
selector clockwise or counter-clockwise to select
desired channel.
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SWR 1.5
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Selecting A
Channel
Selecting A Channel
SQ
3
5 79
+30dB
DYNAMIKE
M
EN
U SH EN
U P
The S/RF-SWR-CAL switch must be in the S/RF
setting to read the meter.
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Operation
To Transmit
Operation
Setting ®
Dynamike
Setting Dynamike®
To Transmit
This controls the microphone sensitivity
(outgoing
audio level).
3
1.5 2
NB/ANL
CAL
NB /ANL
S/ RF
Be sure the antenna is properly
connected to the radio before
transmitting. Prolonged transmitting without an antenna,
or a poorly matched antenna,
could cause damage to the
transmitter.
Be sure to read the F.C.C. Rules
and Regulations included with
this unit before transmitting.
SWR
ANL
Caution!
R
S/RF
SWR
CAL
RF
SWR/CAL
VOL
SIG
3
1
SQ
5 79
+30dB
DYNAMIKE
OFF
1
TX
RX
M
EN
U SH EN
U P
TE
R
M
MIN
Select desired channel.
Transmit
3
PUSH &
HOLD
Initially, set fully clockwise so that maximum
voice volume is available. Dynamike may
have to be reduced in some conditions.
Setting
TalkBack
Setting TalkBack
This control is used to adjust the desired amount
of modulation talk back is present at the speaker
during transmit.
At fully counter-clockwise position the CH
TalkBack
9/
SCAN
19
is Off.
MEM SCAN
CB /WX
U SH EN
U P
TE
2
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Push and hold mic button to transmit.
Transmitter is now activated. When transmitting, hold the microphone two inches from
your mouth and speak in a clear, normal voice.
Release to receive.
MEM
ESC
WX !
R
RF GAIN
MIN
DIM
DELTA TUNE
MAX
T BACK
SWR
CAL
OFF
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Operation
Operation
Menu Mode
Using the clock, alarm and countdown functions.
To set the clock, press Menu/Enter knob and
select Set Clock.
Used to program special features. Menu/Enter
knob is used to move cursor to desired feature
to program.
NB /ANL
Note
Use Dim/Escape button to exit
from any routine back to CB
standby mode.
S/ RF
S/RF
SWR
CAL
VOL
3
2
NB/ANL SWR 1.5
ANL
CAL
SET CLOCK
ALARM CLOCK
SET COUNT DOWN
TX
RX
RF
5 79
+30dB
3
SIG 1
SWR/CAL
SQ
M
DYNAMIKE
EN
U
OFF
3
2
ANL
Press Menu/Enter knob to
select feature to be
S/RF RF
programmed. S/ RF
S/ RF
S/RF
SWR
CAL
CAL
SQ
5 79
+30dB
3
SIG 1
S/RF
SWR
CAL
SWR/CAL
U SH EN
U P
M
DYNAMIKE
S/RF
EN
OFF
S/RF
SWR
CAL
RF
SWR /CAL
VOL
SQ
3
CAL
S/RF
MIN
5 79
+30dB
3
M
DYNAMIKE
WX !
M
S/RF
SWR
CAL
MIN
OFF
SWR/CAL
U SH EN
U P
TE
VOL
2
OFF
SIG
MEM
R
WX !
Level 5:
VOL
OFF
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SQ
3
TX
OFF
3
SIG 1
MINMIN
5 79
+30dB
DYNAMIKE
M
E
MAX
PU SH EN
TE
NU
U
SWR RF GAIN
CAL
Level 4:
SCAN
NB/ANL
ANL
MEM
SCAN
CB /W
S/RF
PA
SWR
PU SH EN
CALT E R
CH 9/
19
SWR
CB /WX/
PA
DELTA TUNE
MIN
1.5 2
3
MEM
WX !
3
1
SIG
SWR
CAL RF GAIN
T BACK
CAL
NW LIGHTING
CONTRAST
MAX
MIN
DIM
RF
RADIO
CHECK
ESC
T BACK
RX
OFF
CB /WX
DELTA TUNE
CH 9/
19
DYNAMIKE
MAX
CB /WX
CH 9/
19
ESC
Note
M
DIM
ESC
OFF
CH 9/
19
MEM SCAN
CB /WX
DIM
ESC
WX !
R
DELTA TUNE
T BACK
Your 29 LX can be utilized as an alarm clock.
To set the alarm, press Menu/Enter knob and
SWR
select Set Alarm.
CAL
SWR
CAL
DIM
ESC
MAX
MIN
CH 9/
19
SET CLOCK
ALARM CLOCK
SET COUNT DOWN
DIM
ESC
T BACK P USWR
S
H EN
CAL
U
EN
MEM
Setting the Alarm
RF GAIN
MEM SCAN
5 79
+30dB
SCAN
SCAN
TX
MEM SCAN
MIN
DIM
TE
MEM
OFF
SCAN
Setting the
Alarm
CH 9/
19
MEM SCAN
CB /WX
DIM
ESC
WX !
RotateR Menu/Enter knob clockwise to select Set SWR
RF GAIN
DELTA TUNE
T BACK
Alarm Time. Follow instructions above for settingCAL
the alarm time and AM or PM.
WX !
RF GAIN
DELTA TUNE
OFF
MIN
MEM SCAN
WX !
R
16
MIN
MEM
SETTING
VOL
SQ
BLUETOOTH
OFF
EXIT
MEM
M
SCAN
TONES
DYNAMIKE
WX
ALERT
DIM
WX
ALERT
SCAN
ESC
T BACK
SWR/CAL
RFDYNAMIKE
GAIN
DELTA TUNE
SQ
CAL
M
EN
E
PU SH EN
TE
NU
R
OFFX/
+30dB
RX
RF
SWR/CAL
U SH EN
U P
TE
3
2
CAL TX
WX AUTO
SCAN
RX
COLOR
S/RF DISPLAY
RF MINMIN
MAX S/ RF
SWR
CAL BRIGHTNESS
3 5 79
1
EN
NB/ANL SWR 1.5
ANL
S/RF
PA
DYNAMIKE
RF
GAIN
DELTA
NB
/ANLTUNE
NB/ANL
OFF
EN
CB /WX/
CB /WX
SCAN
SET AM-PM
11:30 PM
EXIT
TX
CH 9/
19
SCAN
Note
Use Dim/Escape button to exit
MEM WX !
PU SH EN
TE
12:00R PM will appear in the display and the hours from any routine back to CB
RFMenu/Enter
GAIN
DELTA
TUNEclockwise
T BACK to SWR standby mode.
will flash. Rotate
knob
RX
VOLMEM SCAN
SQKEY
NB/ANL SWR 1.5
ANL
TX
RX
SIG 1
MEM
R
SQ
Level
3:
NB/ANL
2
3
2
CAL TX
SET CLOCK
RX
ALARM
CLOCK
RF
SET
COUNT
DOWN
3 5 79
1
SIG
+30dB
VOL
NB /ANL
NB/ANL SWR 1.5
ANL
TE
Level 2:
SWR/CAL
NB/ANL SWR 1.5
ANL
TX
RX
RF
SWR /CAL
VOL
3
2
NB/ANL SWR 1.5
ANL
S/ RF
Level 1:
NB/ANL
CAL
5 79
+30dB
3
SIG 1
Note
Normal display will appear if
clock has not yet been set.
The minutes will then flash. Rotate Menu/Enter knob The radio should be connected
again to select
desired minutes
and press toOFFset.
to a constant 12V source to
MAX
MIN
maintain the time when the
Once the minutes are set, AM or PM will then
flash. Rotate Menu/Enter knob again to select AM radio is turned off.
or PM and press to set or scroll down to EXIT and
press to return to main menu.
NB /ANL
SWR
CAL
MEM SCAN
select desired hour and press to set.
MIN
NB/ANL SWR 1.5
SCAN
CH 9/
19
CAL
Rotate Menu/Enter knob clockwise to navigate
menu levels.
NB /ANL
Setting the
Clock
Setting the Clock
Menu Mode
T BACK
MIN
MAX
OFF
SWR
CAL
MIN
MAX
OFF
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Operation
Operation
Setting the
Alarm continued
/ANL
3
2
NB/ANL SWR 1.5
Note
ANL
CAL
Allows testing of important radio functions.
Test 1- Battery Level: Confirms that battery
voltage level is between 10.8 V to 15.8 V. If in that
range, it is “PASS”. Outside of that range, either
FAIL LOW” or “FAIL HIGH” will be displayed. Press
Menu/Enter knob to advance to next test.
CH 9/
19
SCAN
EXIT
SET SNOOZE
ALARM LENGTH
TX
MEM SCAN
RX
Default snooze time length
S/RF RF
DIM
SWR is 10 minutes.
CB /WX
CAL
ESC
3 5 79
1
SIG
+30dB
Note
R/CAL
MEM WX !
PU SH EN
U
T
ER
EN
Press Dim/Escape button to
Enter desired
snooze time (from 1 to 60 minutes).
M
SWR
VOL
SQ
RF GAIN
DELTA
TUNE
T
return toDYNAMIKE
CB standby mode.
Select Enter to exit,
return to
Set Snooze
orBACK
Alarm CAL
Length. Select Alarm Length to set alarm duration
Note
(from 10 to 300 seconds). Pressing Menu/Enter
Default alarm length
knob returns unit to exit, Set Snooze or Alarm
is 60 seconds and is set in
MAX
MIN
OFF
OFF
MIN
Length.
10 second increments.
/RF
S/RF
SWR
CAL
OFF
CAL
SQ
5 79
+30dB
3
M
DYNAMIKE
EN
U SH EN
U P
TE
MEM
ESC
WX !
NB/ANL
NB/ANL
Note
Press Dim/Escape
3
NB/ANL SWR 1.5 2
button
to return to CB mode.CAL
ANL
VOL
NB/ANL
3
OFF
5 79
+30dB
DYNAMIKE
SQ
DYNAMIKE
PU SH EN
TE
NU
MEM
DIM
3
S/RF
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VOL
MIN
MAX
EN
SCAN
19
RF POWER
OUTPUT
FAILDIM
CB /WX/
CB /WX/
U SH EN
U P
TE
PA
ESC
MEM
1
MINMIN
MAX
3
2
ANTENNA
RF PASS
CAL
OFF
MAX
MIN
DIM
ESC
Note
SWR
Press
button to
T BACKDim/Escape
CAL
return to CB standby mode.
If 10 seconds pass or if Enter
button
pressed, testing is
OFF
complete. Unit will return to
CB Standby mode.
WX !
R
SWR
Test
3- DYNAMIKE
Antenna
Mismatch
Warning:
Press DELTA TUNE
SQ
RF
GAIN
RF GAIN
DELTA TUNE
T BACK
CAL
Push-to-Talk button to check antenna/radio for
proper matching.
M
CH 9/
19
MEM SCAN
NB/ANL
2
ESC CAL
TX
NB/ANL SWR 1.5
ANL
E
R
Press
Menu/Enter
knob to select On/Off
and SWR
S/RF RF
M
DELTASWR
TUNE
T BACK
CAL
exit to main menu. RF GAIN
CAL
3 5 79
SIG 1
+30dB
18
MIN
VOL
CH 9/
SCAN
MEM SCAN
PA
3 5 79
SIG 1
+30dB
MEM WX !
SWR/CAL
U SH EN
U P
TE
EN
R
M
OFF
SWR/CAL
OFF
S/RF
SWR
CAL
3
MEM SCAN
CB /WX
NB/ANL SWR 1.5 2
ANL
WX !
3
2
CAL TX
RF POWER
OUTPUT
RX
RF PASS
CH 9/
19
SCAN
SET KEY TONES
ON
OFF
RX
RF
SQ
SWR/CAL
Press Menu/Enter knob and rotate clockwise
to Set Key Tones. Press Menu/Enter to set Key
OFF
MIN
Tones On/Off.
TX
2
NB/ANL SWR 1.5
ANL
S/RF
Key Tones Mode On and Off VOL
NB/ANL
SWR/CAL
MAX
MIN
Key Tones
Mode
SIG 1
Note
Press Push-To-Talk within 10
seconds or unit will go to the
next test.
Note
Press Dim/Escape button to
return to CB standby mode. If
10 seconds pass or if Enter button
pressed, go to 3rd test.
1
DIM
CB /WX
R
Follow
instructions in Setting the Clock section
SWR
RF GAIN
DELTA
TUNEandT BACK
CAL
(page 17) to set
count down
hour
3
NB/ANL SWR 1.5 2
CAL TX
minutes. Once desired count down
time
is
ANL
RX
selected, press Menu/Enter knobS/RF
again
RF to set
SWR
CAL
and return to the standby menu.
3 5 79
SIG 1
+30dB
MIN
S/RF
SWR
CAL
3
Test 2- RF Power Output: Confirms 3.3 to 4 Watt
output level. Once Push-to-Talk button is pressed,
Pass or Fail will be displayed if level is outside limits.
MEM SCAN
S/RF
S/RF
2
CH 9/
19
SCAN
SET CLOCK
SET ALARM
SET COUNT DOWN
TX
RX
Dim/Escape button
to
return to CB standby mode.
SIG 1
1
To set the count down timer, press Menu/Enter
knob and select Set Count Down.
RF Press
AL
VOL
3
2
NB/ANL SWR 1.5
Note
ANL
Note
Press Dim/Escape button to
return to CB standby mode.
If 10 seconds pass or if Enter
button pressed, unit goes to
2nd test.
Setting the Count Down Timer
Setting the
Count Down
Timer
L
Radio Check
Mode
Radio Check Mode
Once alarm settings are complete, rotate Menu/Enter
knob clockwise to Set Snooze and press to select.
SQ
DYNAMIKE
RX
S/RF
S/RF
SWR
CAL
VOL
SQ
SCAN
FAILDIM
PA
CB /WX/
M
DYNAMIKE
RF GAIN
EN
U SH EN
U P
TE
DELTA TUNE
PA
ESC
MEM
R
DIM
ESC
WX !
SWR
RF
GAIN
CAL
T BACK
CH 9/
19
MEM SCAN
MEM SCAN
CB /WX/
3 5 79
SIG 1
+30dB
MEM WX !
SWR/CAL
U SH EN
U P
TE
EN
R
M
CH 9/
3 SCAN
19
ANTENNA
TX
RX
19
DELTA TUNE
T BACK
SWR
CAL
OFF
OFF
MIN
OFF
MINMIN
MAX
OFF
MIN
MAX
OFF
6/8/12 10:20 AM
Operation
Operation
Setting Display Color Mode
Setting Display
Color Mode
1
Press Menu/Enter knob to select Set Brightness
2
NB/ANL SWR 1.5
ANL
S/RF
S/RF
SWR
CAL
3
2CAL
RF
3
SIG 1
SWR/CAL
5 79
+30dB
U
EN
VOL
SQ
PU SH EN
T
MEM
MEM SCAN
DIM
CB /WX
ESC
WX !
ER
M
Press
and release Menu/Enter
to set the Tcolor.
RF GAIN
DELTA TUNE
BACK
DYNAMIKE
MAX
MIN
MIN
Note
To select day or night levels,
press and release Dim/Escape
button once levels are set.
To set the day bright level, turn the Menu/Enter
knob clockwise to a desired setting and then press
Menu/Enter. To set the Night-Dim level, repeat
instructions above then select Night-Dim.
SWR
CAL
3
OFF
Note
Exit will return to menu mode.
ESC will exit and return to CB
Standby.
CH 9/
19
SCAN
WX AUTO SCAN
DISPLAY COLOR
BRIGHTNESS
TX
RX
Note
If an attempt is made to
exceed the highest or lowest
brightness levels, 1 error beep
will be heard.
Rotate Menu/Enter knob clockwise to Select
Brightness. Press Menu/Enter knob to select DayBright. Turn Menu/Enter clockwise to increase brightness and turn counter-clockwise to decrease brightness.
Press Menu/Enter knob and scroll down to select
Display Color.
NB/ANL
Setting
Brightness
Mode
Setting Brightness Mode
OFF
TURN CH KNOB TO
SET LEVEL
Rotating Menu/Enter knob clockwise changes the
display color from green to blue to amber to red
then back to green.
Press Menu/Enter knob again to exit routine.
Turn NightWatch Illumination On-Off-Hi-Lo Turn
NB/ANL
Note NB/ANL SWR 1.5 2 3 4 CAL TX
Select
EXITANL
to return to
RX
S/RF
S/RF RF
main menu.
SWRPress Dim/Escape
CAL
3 5 79
1
+30dB
button to returnSIG
to CB
mode.
SWR/CAL
EN
VOL
SQ
DYNAMIKE
SCAN
TURN CH KNOB TO
MEM SCAN
SET COLORNB /ANL
NB/ANL SWR 1.5
EXIT
ANL
CB /WX
U SH EN
U P
TE
MEM
WX !
S/ RF
R
S/RF
2
DIM
3
ESC
RF
CAL
MIN
MIN
SQ
DYNAMIKE
NW LIGHTING
CONTRAST
RADIO CHECK
TX
RX
M
SWR
Press
Menu/Enter knob
or escape
SWR
RF GAIN
DELTA button
TUNE
Tagain
BACK
CAL
5 79
3 CAL
SIG 1
+30dB
SWR /CAL
to exit routine.
VOL
OFF
Press Menu/Enter knob and scroll down to select
NW Lighting.
CH 9/
19
M
EN
U SH EN
U P
TE
MEM
R
SCAN
MEM SCAN
CB /WX
WX !
NW IS SET HI
RF GAIN
DELTA TUNE
HI-LO-OFF
T BACK
CH 9/
19
NightWatch
Illumination
On/Off
Note
To select HI-LO-OFF, turn
ESC
menu knob to select and press
SWR and release Enter knob.
DIM
CAL
OFF
MAX
Press Menu/Enter knob again to exit routine.
OFF
20
29LXBT_MANL.indd 20-21
MIN
MIN
MAX
OFF
21
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Operation
Operation
Setting
Contrast Mode
III. Successful pairing will be indicated by
a tone to confirm entry to Connected
mode. A pair record will also be established
for subsequent connections.
B. Subsequent pairings with a cell phone:
I. Follow any cell phone manufacturer
instructions if needed, to enable the
Bluetooth function.
II. Successful pairing will be indicated by a
tone to confirm entry to Connected mode.
Setting Contrast Mode
Press Menu/Enter knob and rotate clockwise to
select Set Contrast. Press Menu/Enter knob
again and rotate clockwise to increase contrast,
counter-clockwise to decrease contrast.
Press Menu/Enter knob to set contrast.
Note
If an attempt is made to
exceed the highest or lowest
contrast levels, 1 error beep
will be heard.
TURN CH KNOB TO
SET CONTRAST
Press Menu/Enter knob again to exit routine.
Bluetooth®
Bluetooth®
Calls on a Bluetooth enabled cell phone can be
routed through the 29 LX BT speaker or external
speaker accessory.
Note
When cell phone calls are in
progress using the Bluetooth
features, the CB functions
of the
3
NB/ANL SWR 1.5 2
CAL TX
ANLunit are disabled.
NB /ANL
S/ RF
S/RF RF
SWR
Note
CAL
1
DualSIG
Point
WR /CAL
VOL
1
RX
3 5 79
+30dB
Bluetooth:
Two cell phones can be pairedM E N U
SQ and used
DYNAMIKE
and
for team drivers.
SCAN
READY FOR
PAIRING
PW 0000
PU SH EN
T
MEM
ER
BT Button
2
CH 9/
19
3
DIM
1
MEM SCAN
CB /WX
ESC
WX !
RF GAIN
DELTA TUNE
T BACK
SWR 2
CAL
Note
OFF
If no further pairing steps are
taken, the unit will time-out
MIN
and return to Standby after
five minutes. During the pairing process, press and
release the BT Button to cancel the pairing process.
To Pair with a Cell Phone
With 29 LX BT MIN
power On,MAX
press and hold theOFF
BT
Button for six seconds to enter Standby mode. A
tone will sound to confirm entry to Standby.
A. First time pairing with a cell phone:
I. A tone will sound to confirm Pairing mode.
II. Follow the cell phone manufacturer’s
instruction to enable its Bluetooth
function and enter the PIN (Personal
Identification Number) 0000.
Note
For Text-to-Speech conversion,
an app should be downloaded
to your cell phone.
22
29LXBT_MANL.indd 22-23
3
4
5
To Answer Calls
Press and release the BT Button when the cell
phone ring is heard through the 29 LX BT speaker.
Speak into the 29 LX BT microphone. The CB
function of the unit and PTT Button will be
disabled while a call is in progress.
Press and release of the BT Button to end the
call. A tone will sound.
To Initiate Calls
Dial a number according to the cell phone manufacturer’s instructions. The key press and other
tones will be heard through the 29 LX BT speaker.
Press Send on the cell phone send key a few
seconds, you will hear the ring tone for the
number you dialed on the CB speaker.
Once connected, speak into the microphone.
Press and release of the BT Button to end the
call. A tone will sound.
Press and hold the BT Button for two seconds to
redial a number. A tone will sound; and after a
few seconds, you will hear the ring tone for the
number you dialed.
Note
When cell phone calls are in
progress using the Bluetooth
features, the CB functions of
the unit are disabled until the
phone call is put on hold (see
page 24).
Note
The external microphone (see
accessories on page 35) can be
plugged into the rear of the
unit and clipped to a pocket or
lapel for hands-free speech during calls.
When the microphone is
plugged in, the main microphone will not pick up speech
during calls but will be fully
functional for CB operation.
To Enable or Disable Voice Dialing
If the paired cell phone supports voice dialing,
press and release the BT Button twice to toggle
between enabling and disabling this feature.
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Operation
Operation
Bluetooth®
continued
To Place a call on Hold
The display will show:
NB/ANL
CAL TX
Note NB/ANL SWR 1.5 2 3
ANL
RX
If,
while on
hold
the
call
is
S/RF
S/RF RF
dropped,SWR
you will hear a sound
CAL
3 5 79
1
SIGradio
+30dB
beep and the CB
will
SWR/CAL
U
EN
M
return to standby.
VOL
SQ
DYNAMIKE
A2DP Audio
Streaming
OFF
PU SH EN
TE
MEM
NB/ANL
S/RF
MIN
S/RF
SWR
CAL
CAL
3
SIG 1
SQ
M
DYNAMIKE
NB/ANL SWR 1.5 2
ANL
OFF
MIN
S/RF
S/RF RF
SWR
CAL
3
SIG 1
VOL
OFF
SQ
3
U SH EN
U P
TE
MEM
ESC
SWR
CAL
T BACK
MAX
CH 9/
19
WX !
SWR 1.5
RF GAIN
DIM
CB /WX
DELTA
S/RF
TUNE
S/RF
ESC
2
BLUETOOTH ON
MIN
MAX
OFF
EXIT
TX
5 79
+30dB
M
E
PU SH EN
TE
NU
MEM
R
MIN
24
VOL
3
CH 9/
19
SQMEM SCAN
DYNAMIKE
OFF
CB /WX
OFF
DELTA TUNE
MAX
MIN
T BACK
OFF
SCAN
TX
CB /WX
DIM
ESC
SWR
CAL
M
EN
U SH EN
U P
TE
CH 9/
19
DIM
ESC
WX !
R
GAIN
Weather AutoRFScan
DELTA TUNE
T BACK
For ideal weather reception use
a dual band antenna (center
load/baseload).
Weather
Channels
NOAA Weather Radio (NWR) is a
service of the National Oceanic
and Atmospheric Administration
(NOAA), of the U.S. Department
of Commerce. 380 NWR stations are in operation by the
U.S. Government in addition to
several NWR stations that are
maintained by private interest
groups. The capability is to supplement warnings by sirens and
by commercial radio and television. The 10 National Weather
Channels provide full coverage to keep you informed of
weather conditions, 24 hours a
day, 7 days a week.
MEM SCAN
163.275
5 79
+30dB
WX !
Press and select Off.RF GAIN
MIN
SCAN
CAL
SWR
CAL
T BACK
SIG 1
3
Note
If you wish to receive a
listing of NOAA ‘Weather Radio
Transmitter locations, contact
your nearest National Weather
Service Office or write to:
National Weather Service
(Attn: W/OM11) NOAA
Silver Springs, MD 20910.
What is Weather Radio?
The unit will continually scan all 10 WX channels for
1050 Hz tone. If the tone is detected the unit will
activate WX mode on the channel with the tone.
Default state is Off. Go to Menu mode to choose
On/Off (see page 22):
OFF
SCAN
SWR /CAL
CAL
Weather Alert Scan
MEM SCAN
R
RX
DYNAMIKE
29LXBT_MANL.indd 24-25
EN
DIM
CB /WX
RF
Press Menu/Enter again and select Bluetooth:
NB/ANL
SWR/CAL
MEM SCAN
NB/ANL
5 79
+30dB
CH 9/
19
SCAN
BLUETOOTH
EXIT
TX
RX
RF
SWR/CAL
VOL
3
SWR
CAL
OFF
MAX
Press Menu/Enter and select Bluetooth:
2
ESC
WX !
Press Enter knob. This
call TUNE
on hold
RF puts
GAIN theDELTA
T BACK
allowing CB communication.
MIN
NB/ANL SWR 1.5
ANL
DIM
R
NB/ANL SWR 1.5 2
CAL TX
Allows for
voice Caller ID, 3
PRESS ENTER TO
ANL
RX
e-mails
and
text
messages
to
S/RF
RETURN TO CALL
S/RF RF
SWR
be read through
the CB radio.
CAL
3 5 79
SIG 1
+30dB
SWR/CAL
MEM WX !
U SH EN
Note
U P
TE
EN
R
M
Press
Menu
Enter
knob
again. DELTA TUNE
A thirdVOL
partySQ
app download
is
DYNAMIKE
RF GAIN
required in order for this feature
To Turn Bluetooth Off on the Radio:
to be functional.
OFF
NB/ANL
If threatening weather is nearby, the National
Weather Service may broadcast a 10 second alert
tone. This tone will be heard through the CB,
even if the CB/WX Control is in the CB mode or
the unit is turned off.
This enables you to monitor CB frequencies and
still be warned by the National Weather Service
Emergency Alert. When you hear the alert, press
the CB/WX button in the WX mode. You will then
be able to hear the Weather Warning Broadcast.
Your 29 LX BT has a special auto squelch circuit
for weather transmission which disables your
squelch control.
MEM SCAN
CB /WX
To Return to Phone Call
MIN
The display will show:
MIN
CH 9/
19
SCAN
PRESS ENTER TO
GO TO CB
Weather
Information
Weather Alert
What You Should Know About Weather
SWR
CAL
If active while in CB mode, will determine if the
present WX channel
isMAX
active. If the present
WX
MIN
OFF
channel is not active, will search for the strongest
WX channel and auto change to that channel.
Default is off. Go to Menu mode to choose on/off
(see page 22).
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6/8/12 10:21 AM
Operation
Operation
Note
3
CAL
SWR 1.5 2
Press NB/ANL
Dim/Escape
ANL
buttonS/RF
to return
to
CB
mode.
S/RF
RF
SWR/CAL
VOL
3
SIG 1
SQ
NB /ANL
WX ALERT IS OFF
ON
S/ RF
OFF
TX
RX
5 79
+30dB
M
E
PU SH EN
TE
NU
MEM WX !
CH 9/
SCAN
19
NB/ANL SWR 1.5 2
MEM SCAN
ANL
DIM
S/RF /W
RF
X
CB
SWR
ESC
CAL
3
SIG 1
NB /ANL
SWR
/CAL
R
2
3
SWR
CAL
Setting Weather Alert ScanSWR /CAL
3
SIG 1
Note
If an alert is detected the unit
NB/ANL SWR 1.5 2
will activate
WX mode on3 the CAL TX
ANL
RX
channelS/RF
withRFthe alert. Use
S/RF
SWR
Menu/Enter
knob
to
select
CAL
3 5 79
SIG 1
+30dB
SWR/CAL
On/Off and press
to set.
NU
MAX
NB/ANL
3
M
E
CAL
M
TX
NB /ANL
CH 9/
3
U SH EN
U P
TE
MEM
R
RX
EN
U SH EN
U P
TE
PU SH EN
TE
MEM
SWR /CAL
R
2
CAL
R
Press Menu/Enter knob and rotate clockwise to WX
Auto Scan. Press Menu/Enter knob to select On/Off.
Setting Weather
Auto MAX
Scan
MIN
OFF
VOL
OFF
SQ
MINDYNAMIKE
SWR
CAL
MEM SCAN
MAX
MIN
OFF
SCAN
OFF
DIM
ESC
M
E
RX
+30dB
SWR
CAL
CH 9/
19
MEM SCAN
CB /WX
SIG
SWR /CAL
SCAN
T BACK
ESC
CH 9/
19
WX !
MAXVER
MIN
SOFTWARE
GO TO DEFAULT
TX
5 79
+30dB
3
CAL TX N U P U S H E N T
Setting Weather
Auto Scan
SWR
DIM
M
To
restore default settings,
Menu/Enter
RF GAIN Press
DELTA
TUNE
T BACK
knob again. Rotate Menu/Enter knob clockwise
to select Settings then Go To Default.
RX
RF GAIN
DELTA TUNE
TSQ
BACK
VOL and
DYNAMIKE
CAL
S/On/Off
RF
Press Menu/Enter knob
to select
S/RF RF exit
SWR
to main menu.
CAL
3 5 79
1
CH 9/
19
CB /WX
WX !
SOFTWARE
VER
RF GAIN
DELTA TUNE
GO TO DEFAULT
MEM
CB /WX
SIG 1
NB/ANL SWR 1.5
ANL
SCAN
Software
Version/Factory
Settings
MEM SCAN
CB /WX
5 79
+30dB
NoteVOL SQ
DYNAMIKE
Press Dim/Escape
button to return to CB mode.
MIN
EN
OFF
SCAN
1.519 2
SWR MIN
WX SCN IS OFF OFF NB/ANL
ANL
MEM SCAN
ON
S/ RF
S/RF RF
DIM
SWR
OFF
ESC
NB /ANL
CAL
3
CONTRAST
RADIO CHECK
SETTINGS
TX
5 79
+30dB
Press Menu/Enter knob and rotate clockwise
to MIN
OFF
VOL
SQ
DYNAMIKE
WX Alert Scan. Press Menu/Enter knob
to select
On/Off.
MIN
MIN
OFF
CAL
RX
SWR
SWR 1.5
RF GAINto select
DELTA On/Off
TUNE NB/ANL
T and
BACK
Press Menu/Enter knob
exit
CAL
VOLANL SQ
DYNAMIKE
S/
RF
to main menu.
S/RF RF
DYNAMIKE
Setting
Weather Alert
Scan
OFF
Displays current software version and returns
unit to original factory settings. To view software
version, rotate Menu/Enter knob clockwise to
select Settings then Software Version.
Turns WX Alert On/Off. Default is Off.
Press Menu/Enter knob to select Set WX Alert.
If Weather is On, WX Alert Icon will be displayed.
NB/ANL
SWR
CAL
Software Version/Factory Settings
Setting Weather Alert Mode
Weather Alert
Mode
Note
Default display color is green.
DIM
ESC
MEM
ER
WX !
RESTORE DEFAULT
DELTA TUNE
YES RF GAIN
NO
MEM
SCAN
MEM SCAN
T BACK
CB /WX
CH 9/
19
SWR
CAL
DIM
ESC
WX !
U SH EN
U P Menu/Enter
TE
Press
knob to restore default
EN
R
M
MAX DELTA
TUNE
TOFF
BACK
settings. Choose MIN
NORFtoGAIN
maintain
present
setting with no change.
SWR
CAL
NB/ANL
Note NB/ANL SWR 1.5 2 3
ANL
Press Dim/Escape
S/RF
RF
buttonS/RF
to return
to CB mode.
SWR
CAL
SWR/CAL
VOL
OFF
3
SIG 1
SQ
CAL
RX
5 79
+30dB
DYNAMIKE
M
EN
U SH EN
U P
TE
SCAN
CH 9/
MIN
19
MIN
MAX
OFF
MEM SCAN
CB /WX
DIM
ESC
MEM
R
RF GAIN
DELTA TUNE
T BACK
SWR
Press Menu/Enter knob to select On/Off and exitCAL
to main menu.
MIN
MIN
26
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OFF
AUTO SCN IS OFF
ON
OFF
TX
MAX
OFF
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Operation
Operation
Program Memory Channels
NB-ANL/OFF (Noise Blanker/Automatic
NB-ANL/OFF
(Noise Blanker / Noise Limiter) Button
Automatic Noise
Limiter) Button
Set first channel. Press and hold Scan/MemScan
button. Memory icon will appear. Select second
channel, press and hold Scan/MemScan button
again until Memory icon appears. Repeat above
steps to enter up
to 10
channels in memory.
CH 9/
SCAN
NB/ANL
Note
NB/ANL SWR 1.5
ANL
The RF noise blanker is very effective in reducing repetitive noises
such as ignition interference.
S/ RF
S/RF
2
3
CAL
CB /WX
NB/ANL
5
The radio should be
squelched before scan
features are activated.
Note
MEM SCAN
7 9 +30dB
SIG 1
3
2
1.5 MEM
NB/ANL
SWR /CAL
WX ! CAL TX
When switched
to ANL
the3 Automatic
Noise
U S H SWR
U PANL E N T E
EN
R
RX
M
Limiter is activated.
This
helps
reduce
noise
S/RF
RF
VOL
SQ
DYNAMIKE
RF GAIN
SWR
created by the vehicle’s electronics.
CAL
3 5 79
SIG 1
+30dB
When switched to NB/ANL mode the RF Noise
VOL
SQ
DYNAMIKE
Blanker is also
MAX
MIN
OFF activated,
MIN providing increased
noise filtration.
When switched to OFF mode all noiseOFFfiltration MIN
will be turned off.
R
Note
19
TX
RX
RF
Program Memory
Channels
S/RF
SWR/CAL
M
E
DELTA TUNE
PU SH EN
TE
NU
T BACK
DIM
ESC
Keying the microphone will
stop the scan feature.
CH 9/
19
SCAN
MEM SCAN
SWR
CAL
Note
DIM
CB /WX
ESC
MEM
R
RF GAIN
DELTA TUNE
OFF
MIN
MAX
If more than 10 channels are
attempted to be programmed,
3 error beeps will be heard and
“Memory Full” will be displayed
for 10 seconds or until any
button is pushed.
SWR
CAL
T BACK
OFF
NB/ANL
Setting
Delta Tune
Setting Delta Tune
2
NB/ANL SWR 1.5
ANL
S/RF
S/RF
SWR
CAL
3
CAL
RF
Rotate Delta Tune knob to the center position for
3 5 79
SIG 1
+30dB
optimum tuning.
RF Gain Control
SQ
M
DYNAMIKE
RF Gain Control
The RF Gain is used to optimize reception
in
OFF
strong or weak signal areas.
E
Note
MEM SCAN
PU SH EN
TE
NU
MEM
1
ESC
WX !
R
RF GAIN
MIN
To remove a channel from
memory, go to the unwanted
memory channel then press
and hold the scan button until
the MEM icon turns off.
DIM
CB /WX
SWR/CAL
VOL
CH 9/
19
SCAN
TX
RX
DELTA TUNE
SWR
CAL
T BACK
Pressing the Scan/Memory Scan button
MIN
OFF
toggles from
OffMAX
to Scan All Channels
to
Memory Channel Only Scan and back to Off.
Note
If in WX mode the unit will
scan Weather channels.
NB /ANL
Note
NB/ANL SWR 1.5
ANL
The RF Gain is used to optimize
reception in weak signal areas.
S/ RF
S/RF
SWR
CAL
29LXBT_MANL.indd 28-29
CAL
SQ
SIG 1
SCAN
TX
3
CB /WX
5 79
+30dB
DYNAMIKE
M
EN
CH 9/
19
MEM SCAN
RX
Rotate the RF Gain knob counterclockwise to
reduce gain in strong signal areas. In weak
MIN
signal areas turn clockwise toOFF
increase gain.
28
3
RF
SWR/CAL
VOL
2
U SH EN
U P
TE
MEM
ESC
WX !
R
RF GAIN
2
DIM
DELTA TUNE
T BACK
SWR
CAL
Press Dim/Escape button to end Scan and
OFF
MAX
returnMINto CB mode.
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Operation
Operation
Setting Squelch
To scan all 40 CB channels, the unit must be
squelched. Press and release Scan/Mem Scan
button once.
Squelch is the “control gate” for incoming signals.
S/RF
S/RF
SWR
CAL
3
CAL
SQ
DYNAMIKE
Scan
Memory
Channels
M
VOL
OFF
U
EN
PU SH EN
TE
R
Scan Memory Channels
RF GAIN
DELTA TUNE
T BACK
To scan memory channels, press and release
Scan/Mem Scan button twice.
MAX
MIN
MIN
R
CH 9/
19
S/RF
SWR
CAL
CAL
SQ
TX
STRONG SIGNALS
RX
RF
SWR/CAL
VOL
3
3
SIG 1
5 79
+30dB
DYNAMIKE
M
EN
U SH EN
U P
TE
ME
R
MEDIUM SIGNALS
MEM SCAN
CB /WX
5 79
+30dB
3
SIG 1
SWR/CAL
CB SCAN
27.405
TX
RX
RF
SCAN
2
NB/ANL SWR 1.5
ANL
NB/ANL
2
Gate closed
NB/ANL
S/RF
NB/ANL SWR 1.5
ANL
Setting Squelch
Scan CB Channels
DIM
ESC
OFF
WEAK SIGNALS
MIN
SWR
CAL
1
Full clockwise rotation closes the gate
allowing only very strong signals to enter.
NOISE
G AT E C L O S E D
Scan CB
Channels
OFF
NB/ANL
S/RF
S/RF
SWR
CAL
CAL
SQ
M
DYNAMIKE
Dimmer Control
E
PU SH EN
TE
NU
CH 9/
19
Gate open
MEM SCAN
CB /WX
5 79
+30dB
3
SIG 1
SCAN
CB MEM SCAN
27.405
TX
RX
RF
SWR/CAL
VOL
3
2
NB/ANL SWR 1.5
ANL
DIM
ESC
MEM
STRONG SIGNALS
R
R
RF GAIN
DELTA TUNE
Dimmer Control
T BACK
SWR
CAL
MEDIUM SIGNALS
NB /ANL
S/RF
SWR
CAL
RF
SWR /CAL
VOL
OFF
SQ
3
CAL
MIN
3
SIG 1
SCAN
TX
MIN
RX
CB /WX
5 79
+30dB
DYNAMIKE
M
E
PU SH EN
TE
NU
1
MIN
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MEM
CH 9/
19
MAX MEM SCAN
ESC
WX !
2
R
RF GAIN
WEAK SIGNALS
OFF
DIM
DELTA TUNE
T BACK
SWR
CAL
Press Dim/Esc button to toggle between day
and night settings.
See setting
instructions
on page
21.
MIN
OFF
MAX
Full counterclockwise rotation opens the “gate”
allowing all signals in.
NOISE
G AT E
OPEN
2
NB/ANL SWR 1.5
ANL
OFF
S/ RF
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Operation
Operation
Setting Squelch
External Speaker
Continued
Gate set to Desired
Squelch Setting (DSS)
Connect an externalUSB
speaker to the external
speaker jack on the rear panel.
External Push-to-Talk Jack
Note
The external push-to-talk jack is used for remote
transmit function with optional PTT (see accessory
page 44) and when the external microphone is
connected.
Cobra external speakers are
rated at 10 watts.
BRA
WEAK SIGNALS
S/RF Meter
ANT
IN CHINA
MEDIUM SIGNALS
G AT E
3
To achieve the Desired Squelch Setting (DSS),
turn the Squelch control counterclockwise
until you hear noise. Now turn the control
clockwise just until the noise stops. This is the
DSS setting.
S/RF Meter
This meter swings proportionately to the RF
output (outgoing signal) while transmitting.
Note
The external speaker should
have 8-ohm impedance and
be rated to handle at least
4.0 watts. When the external
speaker is plugged in, the internal speaker is automatically
disconnected.
BO3K229LTD
R
STRONG SIGNALS
NOISE
External Speaker
The external speaker jack is used for remote
receiver monitoring.
EXT MIC EXT. PTT EXT.SP.
+POWER–
BO3K229LTD
BO3K229LTD
BRA
ANT
IN CHINA
BRA
Note
ANT
USB Output:
EXT
MICorEXT. PTT EXT.S
This jack is used to
charge
power most 5 Volt USB devices.+POWER–
IN CHINA
EXT MIC EXT. PTT EXT.SP.
+POWER–
Connect an external push-to-talk to the external
push-to-talk jack on USB
the rear panel.
USB
External Microphone Jack
R
The external microphone jack is used to connect
the supplied external microphone for phone use
only. When the external PTT (above) is connected,
the external microphone can be used for both CB
and phone voice transmissions.`
BO3K229LTD
BRA
IN CHINA
1
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The S/RF-SWR-CAL button must be in the
S/RF mode.
ANT
EXT MIC EXT. PTT EXT.SP.
+POWER–
Connect the externalUSBmicrophone (included) to
the external microphone jack on the rear panel.
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Home And Office Set-Up
Base Station
Operation
(From 120V AC
House Current)
Temporary Mobile Set-Up
Base Station Operation
(From 120V AC House Current)
To operate your transceiver from home or office
you will need a 13.2 volt DC Power Pack rated at
a minimum of 2 amps, and a properly installed
base station antenna.
+
Warning!
Do not attempt to operate this
transceiver by connecting it
directly to 120V AC.
FCC ID:BBO3K229LTD
COBRA
ANT
EXT MIC EXT. PTT EXT.SP.
+POWER–
MADE IN CHINA
USB
2
Plug power cable into back of unit marked
“Power”. Be sure to observe polarity markings.
3
Connect properly installed and matched base
station antenna.
—
Temporary Mobile Operation
Note
For temporary mobile operation you may want
to purchase an optional cigarette lighter adapter
from your COBRA dealer. This adapter and a
magnetic mount antenna allow you to quickly
“install” your transceiver for temporary use.
For further information call
Cobra Customer Service
1.773.889.3087.
FCC ID:BBO3K229LTD
COBRA
1
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Simply connect the red (+) and black (-)
leads of the transceiver to the corresponding
terminals of the power pack.
ANT
Temporary
Mobile Set-Up
EXT MIC EXT. PTT EXT.SP.
+POWER–
MADE IN CHINA
USB
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How Your CB Can Serve You
How Your CB Can Serve You
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
A Few Rules
You Should
Know
Channel 9
Emergency
Messages
Warnoftrafficproblems
Provideweatherandroaddata
Providehelpineventofanemergency
Providedirectcontactwithhomeoroffice
Assistpolicebyreportingerraticdrivers
Get“localinformation”tofinddestination
Communicatewithfamilyandfriends
Suggestspotstoeatandsleep
Keepyoualertwhiletraveling
A Few Rules You Should Know
A. Conversations cannot last more than 5 minutes
with another station. A one minute break is
required to let others use the channel.
B. You cannot blast others off the air by use of
illegally amplified transmitters or illegally
high antennas.
C. You cannot use CB to promote illegal activities.
D. Profanity is not allowed.
E. You may not transmit music with a CB.
F. Selling of merchandise and/or services is
prohibited.
The FCC gives these examples of permitted and
prohibited messages for channel 9. These are
only guidelines and not all-inclusive:
Permitted
Example Message
Yes
“Tornado sighted six miles north
of town.”
“Post number 10.
No tornado sighted.”
No
Yes
No
Yes
No
Yes
1. Set to channel 9 for emergencies
Be sure antenna is properly connected.
2. CB Distress Data
When transmitting an emergency, you should
request a “REACT BASE” and provide the CB
distress data (called CLIP):
Note
C
L
I
P
If no response on channel 9,
try channels 19 or 14.
all Sign
ocation
njuries
roblem
Identify yourself.
Be exact.
Number. Type. Trapped?
Give details and help needed.
No
Yes
No
“Out of gas on I-95 at mile
marker 211.”
“Out of gas in my driveway.”
“Four car accident on I-94 at
Exit 11. Send police and
ambulance.”
“Traffic moving smoothly on I-94.”
“Weather Bureau has issued
thunderstorm warning.
Bring sailboat into port.”
“Attention motorists.
Weather Bureau advises snow
tomorrow will accumulate
4 to 6 inches.”
“Fire in building at 539 Main,
Evanston.”
“Halloween patrol number 3.
All quiet.”
Transmit CLIP repeatedly so any monitor can assist.
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How Your CB Can Serve You
CB 10-Codes
Citizen Bands have adopted the “10-CODES” for
standard questions and answers. These codes
provide quick and easy communication, especially
in noisy areas. Following are some of the more
common codes and meanings:
Code
10-1
10-2
10-3
10-4
10-5
10-6
10-7
10-8
10-9
10-10
10-11
10-12
10-13
10-16
10-17
10-18
10-19
10-20
10-21
10-22
10-23
10-24
10-25
10-26
10-27
10-28
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Meaning
Receiving poorly
Receiving well
Stop transmitting
OK, message received
Relay message
Busy, stand by
Out of service, leaving
In service, subject to call
Repeat message
Transmission completed standing by
Talking too rapidly
Visitors present
Advise weather/roads
Make pick up at
Urgent business
Anything for us?
Return to base
My location is
Call by phone
Report in person to
Stand by
Completed last assignment
Can you contact
Disregard last info
Moving to channel
Identify your station
Code
10-29
10-30
10-33
10-34
10-35
10-36
10-37
10-38
10-39
10-41
10-42
10-43
10-44
10-45
10-50
10-60
10-62
10-63
10-64
10-65
10-67
10-70
10-71
10-77
10-81
10-82
10-85
10-91
10-93
10-94
10-99
10-200
Meaning
Time is up for contact
Does not conform to FCC rules
Emergency traffic
Trouble at this station
Confidential information
Correct time is
Wrecker needed at
Ambulance needed
Message delivered
Turn to channel
Traffic accident at
Traffic tie up at
Have a message for
All units within range please report
Break channel
What is next message number?
Unable to copy. Use phone
Net directed to
Net clear
Awaiting your next message/assignment
All units comply
Fire at
Proceed, transmission in sequence
Negative contact
Reserve hotel room for
Reserve room for
My address is
Talk closer to mic
Check my frequency on this channel
Give me a long count
Mission completed, all units secure
Police needed at
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Frequency Ranges
29 LX BT Specifications
The Cobra 29 LX BT transceiver represents one of the
most advanced AM two-way radios used as a Class
D station in the Citizens Radio Service. This unit features advanced Phase Lock Loop (PLL) circuitry providing complete coverage of all 40 CB channels.
Channel
Channel
CB
Freq.
CB
Freq.
WX
Freq.
Channel In MHz Channel In MHz Channel In MHz
1
2
3
4
5
26.965
26.975
26.985
27.005
27.015
21
22
23
24
25
27.215
27.225
27.255
27.235
27.245
6
7
8
9
10
27.025
27.035
27.055
27.065
27.075
26
27
28
29
30
27.265
27.275
27.285
27.295
27.305
11
12
13
14
15
27.085
27.105
27.115
27.125
27.135
31
32
33
34
35
27.315
27.325
27.335
27.345
27.355
16
17
18
19
20
27.155
27.165
27.175
27.185
27.205
36
37
38
39
40
27.365
27.375
27.385
27.395
27.405
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
162.550
162.400
162.475
162.425
162.450
162.500
162.525
161.650
161.775
163.275
GENERAL
CHANNELS
FREQUENCY RANGE
FREQUENCY TOLERANCE
FREQUENCY CONTROL
OPERATING TEMPERATURE
RANGE
MICROPHONE
INPUT VOLTAGE
Current Drain
CB - 40 CH
CB - 26.965 TO 27.405 MHZ
WX - 162.400 TO 162.775 MHZ
0.005 %
PLL (PHASE LOCK LOOP) SYNTHESIZER
-30° C TO + 50° C
Plug-in dynamic
13.2VDC nom. (positive or negative ground)
Transmit: AM full mod., 1.5A (maximum)
Receive: Squelched, 0.3A;
full audio output, 1.2A (nominal)
Size ..............................................................8-5/8” D x 7-9/32” W x 2-13/63” H
Weight ..........................................................4 lbs.
Antenna Connector .................................UHF; SO-239
Meter.............................................................Indicates relative
power output received
signal strength, and vswr
TRANSMITTER
Power Output ............................................4 watts
Modulation .................................................AM (Amplitude Modulation)
Frequency Response ...............................300 to 3000 Hz
Output Impedance ..................................50 ohms, unbalanced
RECEIVER
Sensitivity ....................................................Less than 1 µV for 10 dB (S+N) /N
Selectivity ....................................................6 dB @ 7 KHz, 60 dB @ 10KHz
Image Rejection ........................................80 dB, typical
Adjacent-Channel Rejection ................60 dB, typical
IF Frequencies ...........................................Double Conversion: 1st: 10.695 MHz
2nd: 455 KHz
Automatic Gain Control (AGC) ............Less than 10 dB change in audio
output for inputs from 10 to 50,000
microvolts
RF Gain range ............................................40 db
Noise Blanker .............................................RF type
Squelch ........................................................Adjustable; threshold less than 1µV
Audio Output Power ...............................4 watts
Frequency Response ...............................300 to 3000 Hz
Distortion ....................................................Less than 7% @3 watts @ 1000 Hz
Built-in Speaker .........................................8 ohms, 5w
External Speaker (Not supplied)............ 8 ohms; disables internal speaker
when connected
PA SYSTEM
Power Output ............................................4 watts into external speaker
External Speaker for PA..........................8 ohms 4 Watts min.
(Not Supplied) ...........................................the PA speaker also monitors the
receiver; separate jack provided
(SPECIFICATIONS SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE)
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29LXBT_MANL.indd 40-41
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Limited Two Year Warranty
Optional Accessories
You can find quality Cobra products and accessories at your local Cobra dealer, or in the
U.S.A., you can order directly from Cobra. See ordering info on page 44.
COBRA ELECTRONICS CORPORATION warrants that its
Cobra CB Radios, and the component parts thereof, will be
free of defects in workmanship and materials for period
of two (2) years from the date of first consumer purchase.
This warranty may be enforced by the first consumer
purchaser, provided that the product is utilized within
the U.S.A.
Cobra will, without charge, repair or replace, at its option,
defective CB radios, products or component parts upon
delivery to the Cobra factory Service Department, accompanied by proof of the date of first consumer purchase,
such as a duplicated copy of a sales receipt.
You must pay any initial shipping charges required to ship
the product for warranty service, but the return charges
will be at Cobra’s expense, if the product is repaired or
replaced under warranty.
Exclusions: This limited warranty does not apply; 1) to any
product damaged by accident; 2) in the event of misuse or
abuse of the product or as a result of unauthorized alterations or repairs; 3) if the serial number has been altered,
defaced or removed; 4) if the owner of the product resides
outside the U.S.A.
Replacement DC Power Cord
For in vehicle use
426-002-N-001
Replacement Mounting
Bracket
For in vehicle use
251-353-9-001
Replacement Thumb Screws
For in vehicle use
634-081-9-001
Replacement Microphone
Bracket
For in vehicle use
741-080-9-001
21” Base Loaded Magnet
Mount Antenna
38” Base Loaded Magnet
Mount Antenna
HG A1000
HG A1500
Cobra Electronics
Corporation
6500 West Cortland Street
Chicago, Illinois 60707
www.cobra.com
All implied warranties, including warranties of
merchantability and fitness for a particular purpose
are limited in duration to the length of this warranty.
Cobra shall not be liable for any incidental, consequential or other damages; including, without limitation,
damages resulting from loss of use or cost of installation.
Some states do not allow limitations on how long an
implied warranty lasts and/or do not allow the exclusion
or limitation of incidental or consequential damages, so
the above limitations may not apply to you.
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29LXBT_MANL.indd 42-43
Dynamic External
Speaker
Noise Canceling
External Speaker
HG S100
HG S300
Noise Canceling
With Talk Back
External Speaker
HG S500
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29 LX BT
If You Think You Need Service
For technical assistance, please call our Automated Help Desk which can assist
you by answering the most frequently asked questions about Cobra products.
(773) 889-3087
24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
A Consumer Service Representative can be reached through this same number
Operating Instructions for your
Cobra 29 LX BT CB Radio
with
Wireless Technology
The CB Story
2
1
R
FCC Regulations
NB/ANL
8:00 am - 5:30 pm, Monday through Friday, Central Time.
NB/ANL SWR 1.5
ANL
S/RF
Technical assistance is also available on-line in the Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) section at
www.cobra.com or by e-mail to productinfo@cobra.com
R
S/RF
SWR
CAL
OFF
2
3
3
5 79
+30dB
CAL
SIG 1
SQ
SCAN
TX
CB/WX
M
DYNAMIKE
CH 9/
19
MEM SCAN
RX
RF
SWR/CAL
VOL
If you think you need service call 1.773.889.3087
EN
U SH EN
U P
TE
MEM
RF GAIN
MIN
MIN
FCC regulations permit only “transmissions”
(one party to another) rather than “broadcasts”
(to a wide audience). Thus, advertising is not
allowed on CB Channels because that is “broadcasting.”
DIM
ESC
WX !
R
DELTA TUNE
MAX
T BACK
SWR
CAL
OFF
3
“If your product should require factory service please call Cobra first before sending your unit in.
This will ensure the fastest turn-around time on your repair.”
You may be asked to send your unit to the Cobra factory. It will be necessary to furnish the following in order to have the product serviced and returned.
1. For Warranty Repair include some form of proof-of-purchase, such as a mechanical reproduction
or carbon or a sales receipt. If you send the original receipt it cannot be returned.
2. Send the entire product.
3. Enclose a description of what is happening with the unit. Include a typed or clearly print name
and address of where the unit is to be returned.
4. Pack unit securely to prevent damage in transit. If possible, use the original packing material.
5. Ship prepaid and insured by way of a traceable carrier such as United Parcel Service (UPS) or First
Class Mail: to avoid loss in transit to: Cobra Factory Service, Cobra Electronics Corporation, 6500
W. Cortland St., Chicago, IL 60707.
6. If the unit is in warranty, upon receipt of your unit it will either be repaired or exchanged
depending on the model. Please allow approximately 3 to 4 weeks before contacting us for
status. If the unit is out of warranty a letter will automatically be sent informing you of the
repair charge or replacement charge. If you have any questions, please call 1.773.889.3087 for
assistance.
FCC Warnings
cb tranceiver
All transmitter adjustments other than those
supplied by the manufacturer as front panel
operating controls, must be made by, or under
the supervision of, the holder of an FCC-issued
General Radio-Telephone Operator’s License.
4
5
6
Replacement or substitution of transistors, regular diodes or other parts of a unique nature, with
parts other than those recommended by Cobra,
may cause violation of the technical regulations
of Part 95 of the FCC Rules, or violation of Type
Acceptance requirements of Part 2 of the Rules.
29 LX BT
Operating Instructions for your
Cobra 29 LX BT CB Radio
with
Wireless Technology
R
U.S. Patent No. 8078120, D625279, D630202, D630625
You should read and understand Part 95 (included
with this unit) of the FCC Rules and Regulations,
before operating your Cobra radio, even though
the FCC no longer requires you to obtain an operator’s license.
U.S. Patent No. 8078120, 625279, 630202, 630625
©2012 Cobra Electronics Corporation
Printed in China
Trademark Info
Cobra®, Dynamike®, Nothing Comes Close to a Cobra® and the snake design are registered
trademarks of Cobra Electronics Corporation, USA.
Cobra Electronics Corporation™ is a trademark of Cobra Electronics Corporation, USA.
The Bluetooth® word mark and logo are registered trademarks owned by Bluetooth SIG, Inc.
The Citizens Band lies between the shortwave
broadcast and 10-meter Amateur radio bands,
and was established by law in 1949. The Class D
two-way communications service was opened in
1959. (CB also includes a Class A citizens band
and Class C remote control frequencies.)
Part No. 480-759-P Version A
Nothing Comes Close to a Cobra®
What’s Included with Your 29 LX BT
7
1.
2.
3
4.
©2012 Cobra Electronics Corporation
Printed in China
Part No. 480-759-P Version F
Nothing Comes Close to a Cobra®
29LXBT_MANL.indd 44-46
CB transceiver
Microphone
Transceiver bracket
Microphone bracket
5.
6.
7.
8.
External Microphone
Operating Manual
DC power cord
FCC rules (not shown)
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Controls and Indicators
Our Thanks to You
Optional Accessories
Front Side
1. 6-Pin Microphone
Connector
2. Power On/Off, Volume
3. Squelch
4. Dynamike
5. Menu/Enter/Channel
Selector
6. RF Gain
7. Delta Tune
8. Talk Back Control
9. SWR Calibration
10. Dim/Escape Button
11. Channel 9/Channel 19
Button
12. Scan/Memory Scan
13. CB/WX Weather Button
14. LCD Display
15. RX (Receive)/TX (Transmit),
Indicators
16. Signal Strength Meter
17. NB/ANL Button
18. S/RF SWR CAL Button
19. 1Microphone
Back Side
20. External Push-To-Talk Jack
21. External Speaker Jack
22 Antenna Connector
23. Power Jack
24. External Microphone Jack
25. USB Connector
Main Icons
19
Intro
Customer Support
Operation
Secondary Icons
17
NB /ANL
NB/ANL SWR 1.5
ANL
18
S/ RF
R
S/RF
SWR
CAL
1
3
3
5 79
+30dB
CAL
SIG 1
SQ
OFF
DYNAMIKE
M
U
EN
PU SH EN
TE
MEM
MEM SCAN
DIM
CB/ WX
ESC
R
MIN
5
4
13
WX !
RF GAIN
MIN
2
CH 9/
19
SCAN
TX
RX
RF
SWR /CAL
VOL
2
DELTA TUNE
T BACK
OFF
MAX
6
7
8
9
3
Warranty
Customer
Assistance
NOTE
12
15 14
16
Customer
Assistance
Should you encounter any problems with the
product or not understand its many features,
please refer to this owner’s manual. If , after
referring to the manual, you still need help,
call Cobra Customer Service at 773.889.3087.
Installation
SWR
CAL
11
10
Notice
This device complies with part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation
Caution
Warning
is subject
to the
following two (2) conditions:
1. This device may not cause harmful interference, and
2. This device must accept any interference received,
including interference that may cause undesired operation.
Cobra Customer Service
Live operators are available
M-F 8:00 am - 5:30 pm Central
Time at: 773-889-3087
Automated Technical
Assistance available 24 hours a
day, seven days a week. E-mail
questions to: productinfo@
cobra.com
Cobra on the World Wide Web:
Frequently Asked Questions
(FAQ) can be found on-line at:
www.cobra.com
External Push-to-Talk Assembly
For in vehicle use
CA MS4 PTT
Ordering From U.S.A.
Call 773-889-3087 for pricing or visit www.cobra.com.
For Credit Card Orders
Call 773-889-3087 [Press one from the main menu] 8:00 a.m.
to 5:30 p.m. Central Time, Monday through Friday.
Make Check or Money Order Payable To
Cobra Electronics, Attn: Accessories Dept.,
6500 West Cortland Street, Chicago, IL 60707 U.S.A.
To Order Online
Please visit our website: www.cobra.com
The manufacturer is not responsible for any radio or tv interference caused by unauthorized modifications to this equipment. Such modifications could void the user’s authority to
operate the equipment.
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Thank you for purchasing the Cobra 29 LX BT
CB Radio with Bluetooth® Wireless Technology.
Properly used, this Cobra product will give you
many years of reliable service.
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