If you’re a casual expeditioner looking for a quality communication solution in your vehicle, the XRS-330CP XRS Connect Portable Pack UHF CB Radio from GME is ideal.
This unit is ruggedly Australian made and is the next-gen of connected UHF CB radios as it’s enabled by Bluetooth® wireless technology as it can be controlled by an app. This gives you access to the NZ and Australian registered analogue frequency database and allows you to create and share scan lists. This XRS™ Connect product can be upgraded via the apps to ensure the technology is current, with a minimum of one a year from GME so that you always have the most current features. It’s got a class-leading 2-watt speaker, a professional-grade speaker microphone, and buttons that can be customised. It also features a high contrast OLED screen which is anti-glare for a super clear view.
Best for those who don’t want a permanent installation or those who undertake fewer adventures, the XRS Connect Portable Pack UHF CB Radio XRS-330CP from GME will help lead the way on the road.
Enabled by Bluetooth® wireless technology
Can be controlled by an app
Access to the NZ and Australian registered analogue frequency database
Create and share scan lists
Can be upgraded via the apps to ensure the technology is current
Class-leading 2-watt speaker
Professional grade speaker microphone
High contrast anti-glare OLED screen
Radio 10W x 8.5D x 2.2H cm | Microphone 6.5W x 3.8D x 9.8H cm | Antenna 4W x 4D x 10.2H cm
Can you upgrade this unit with a regular antenna down the line? I don't have a bull bar at but will be getting one soonish.
Ronni - Oakey, QLD (6 months ago)
According to the product manual, you can connect any 477 MHz antenna via the FME coaxial connector terminal on the rear panel. It looks like you'll be able to upgrade to something more suitable when you have your bullbar installed.
Lauren - Snowys(6 months ago)
Antenna cable length1 answer
May I ask how long the cable is length is for the magnetic Antenna?
Brad - Asquith, NSW (10 months ago)
I grabbed on new out of the box, so the cable was still a bit stiff and kinked...so from the very end of the connector to the base on the antenna, I'd call it an even 3m.