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Midland 75-822 40 Channel CB-Way Radio

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  • Portable CB radio with 40 CB channels, 10 NOAA channels, and 4 Watts of output power
  • Power with six AA batteries or included cigarette lighter adapter for mobile use
  • Instant access to NOAA Radio, channels 9 and 19; Dual Watch monitors channel 9 and additional channel
  • ANL (automatic noise limiter) and squelch control for improving reception and eliminating noise
  • One-year manufacturer's warranty
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Midland 75-822 40 Channel CB-Way Radio + Midland 18-2442 Mobile CB Antenna + Cobra HA-BNC CB Adapter
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Product Specifications

Brand NameMidland
Color NameOne Color
RMS Power Range - Amplifiers4 watts
Signal to Noise Ratio (db)10 dB

Technical Details

  • We stand by our products and service 100%. If you are unhappy for any reason, within the first 30 days, we will do whatever it takes to satisfy you. We will accept returns, in the same condition, and refund your money in full. Factory warranties that exist will transfer to you the buyer.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 9.5 x 2.4 x 6.5 inches ; 6.4 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 1.6 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B00000K2YR
  • Item model number: 75-822
  • Batteries 6 AA batteries required.
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (594 customer reviews)
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  • Date first available at Amazon.com: October 15, 1999

Product Description

Product Description

Midland Micro 40CH Hand held CB

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Having a CB radio while traveling can be an invaluable tool for emergencies and for keeping up on road conditions, and the Midland 75-820 40-channel handheld CB is one you should definitely consider. It comes with everything you need to get started in a hurry, including a battery pack for times you want to run the unit on six AA batteries and a cigarette lighter adapter for battery-free operation in your car.

Midland 75-822
An invaluable tool for emergencies and for keeping up on road conditions.
Midland 75-822 Mobile Adapter
Power with six AA batteries or your vehicle's power port.
Midland 22-540 Headset
Compatible with Midland headsets such as the 22-540.

Ultra-Portable CB and Weather Radio

40-Channel CB Radio

The 75-822 offers 40 separate communication channels, delivering the maximum CB communication range with 4 watts of output power.

Channel scan can automatically check all channels for activity, stopping on any active channel for five seconds. You can also store and instantly access up to five of your favorite channels in memory. When you flip on the device, a last channel memory feature will turn on the last channel you selected before powering off.

While communicating, a built in ANL (automatic noise limiter) improves reception for weak signals, and squelch control further eliminates background noise.

Weather Radio/Emergency Channel Convenience

The 75-822 features instant access to NOAA Weather Radio, for weather/hazard information in your area 24/7. Immediate access to emergency channel 9 and informational channel 19 is also provided. The Dual Watch feature lets you monitor channel 9 and another channel of your choice simultaneously.

Power With AA Batteries or Vehicle Power Port

You can power this unit with six AA batteries, complete with a battery life extender feature. To get even more from your batteries, high/low transmit power settings are provided (4 watts and 1 watt, respectively).

A mobile adapter is also included for powering directly from your vehicle's "cigarette lighter" power port.

Easy to Use

The 75-822 boasts a large, backlit multifucntion LCD display that's easy to read, day or night. A keypad lock feature "locks in" your preferred settings, so they aren't accidentally changed. The flexible antenna with BNC connector is easily removed for transport, and an external headset jack is provided for hands-free use.

75-822 Select Specifications

Channels: 40 CB
Frequency Band: 26.965 - 27.405 MHz
Unit Dimensions (H x Wx D): 3.5 x 2.75 x 1.5 Inches
Unit Weight: 0.4 lbs.
Display Size (W x H): 1.375 x .5 Inches
Power Requirement: 6AAA
Operating Temperature Range: -30 ~ +50° C

What's in the Box

Midland 75-822 Radio, AC Wall Adapter, Alkaline Battery Compartment, Rechargeable Battery Compartment, Mobile Adapter, Antenna, Documentation

Customer Reviews

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J. Ciaravino
I love the mobility and power flexibility; batteries, car charger, rechargables.
Jeffzx9
Works well with an external antenna.
Joseph Roetteis

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

169 of 178 people found the following review helpful By E. JOHNSON on December 14, 2000
I couldn't be much happier with this unit. Where it really shines is in battery life. I've used this in various 4x4 competitions and my teammates use some much larger, clunky handhelds that require 10 batteries and eat them up quick (several sets in a weekend). I use 6 nicads in my midland unit and they last and last.
Its a pretty decent mobile unit too with the adapter. With an external antenna the range is tremendously improved. My only real complaint is that I wish that there was a way to lock the backlighting on when using the car adapter - this would make it easier to use at night.
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122 of 128 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on September 13, 2000
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This is a very compact, well designed, and versatile unit that can be easily moved from one vehicle to another or used as a handi-talkie. The number of useful features and sensitivity of the receiver pleasantly surprised me. With an external antenna, I found the NOAA weather band usable with broadcasts 50 miles distant and the CB effective at five miles. Adjacent channel selectivity is quite good. Perhaps the only limitation in this unit is the relatively low audio output that might require near maximum volume when the windows are open at highway speeds. But, audio quality is very good with no distortion even at maximum volume.
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294 of 321 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on March 27, 2002
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All the complaints I've read about this Radio are pretty pointless. This is the best Hand Held CB I've ever owned. Go to Sears or Best Buy, see what HH CB's they have in, Probably just one, the Cobra 37 ST. Does that have channel scan, 5 memories, memory scan, freq. display, REAL mobile adapter not just a car power cord, NOPE. How much do they want? $40 in Best buy, and get this, $79.99 in sears, check their website.

The problems with range come with any handheld. I dont see the problem, take any hand held in a car and its range will go way down, But midland is only company that provides you with an external antenna hookup/power cord combined and make your radio the size of most mic's, you cant go wrong. The best you'll get from others is a DC power cable, but no way to connect an external car antenna to it. and they will still be full length.

You could also MOD this unit to pick up 120 channels CB (all you need to do is solder one connection...) if your more experienced, you can mod it to pick up 400 channels (don't believe me, try a search engine and type "Midland CB Mod"...

This scanner is the BEST on the market, and I cant believe the price. Would be nice if it has USB/LSB but hey, you cant get everything. It covers all the bases.
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38 of 41 people found the following review helpful By Paul Santangini Esq on July 16, 2010
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I was somewhat of a novice when purchasing my CB radio, but as it was needed for work, I wanted something inexpensive but well-rated. I purchased the Midland 77-822 and paired it with a Little Wil base loaded antenna for my truck. Initially I was reaching people only a few miles away, and although I need only to communicate with trucks a few hundred yards away, I wanted something that I could use for a more extended range. I did not know this initially but you need to "tune" your CB radio to your antenna, and to do it you need a meter, it's called a Standing Wave Ratio (SWR) meter. So, FYI for all you newbies out there, you need to do this. Once I went to Radio Shack and bought one of those (they're cheap) I was on my way to properly tuning the darn thing (which amounts to shortening or extending your antenna to adjust the SWR). I was able to obtain an SWR reading of somewhere between 1.5 - 2.0 for every channel from 1-40, and again for you newbies that's decent. I am reaching people as far as 20+ miles away, they sound clear and they tell me I sound clear. The NOAA weather function is great too, my job involves supervising snow plow teams, so having access to the NOAA weather stations is awesome. I do have one complaint, the backlit display shuts off after like 30 seconds and there is no way to keep it on permanently. This is a pain in the rear when I am using the CB for fun, because the radio scans channels and stops on a broadcast, and you don't know what channel you're listening to without activating the buttons to turn on the backlight. Otherwise, this CB is Awesome, I HIGHLY recommend it.
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63 of 71 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on February 26, 2002
This CB, the 18-2983 magnet base antenna, and a helmet headset I purchased from Sound Radio Products are by far the most economical way of putting a CB on a motorcycle ($160). The Midland CB is small and already comes with the lighter plug adapter and external antenna connector. The Midland base antenna is just enough for better reception. If your riding in a group its perfect. I have a 1998 Electra Glide. I will mount the CB to the inside of the fairing. The CB is light enough and small enough not to be in the way. The antenna cable can be hidden along the frame and under the gas tank to the rear fender. The magenetic base is a tad large, smaller would be better. But fabricate a flat metal surface for it to mount to is easily done. The antenna cable is long enough, with a little excess to bundle up under the seat. Nothing has to be permanent with this set up. Put it on when you want, take it off when you want. The only thing I have not figured out is waterproofing the CB. You will need a helmet headset, the volume level is far too low to hear over an engine, air, and outside noises.
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