How did you wire it thru your headset?i fitted a midlland got it on ebay $25 to a yamaha v star with a larger aerial no prob when i got my wing no cb fitted i hot wired it through the headset worked a treat until i could get my hands on a honda model and used the cb aerial from cyclemax range was about 3 miles
I have one of that model of CB that I used on my 1200, but not with the J&M stuff. I was using a Motocomm RiderLink intercom system. The only problem I had was it wouldn't work with bike power. I got a terrible squeel when using the auto adapter, and it wasn't just on the bike. Did the same thing in the car. Might have just been my radio. It worked great with batteries though.
Well you're half right my friend. I do have another handheld CB, actually two others, but the one you used is the same as we're talking about here, the 75-822. The bottom half comes off. There are 3 configurations. One that holds regular AA batteries. A second that holds rechargable batteries, and the third bottom is the Auto adapter. Here's a picture of the one you used, in the configuration you used it, with the standard AA battery holder attached.John you also have another handheld cb that I used for a day in Calhoun, it had a ear phone adapter that I plug my ear buds in to here and when I wanted to talk I just picked up the unit and talked. Not the safest way to use it but it did work.