Uniden PC787

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Uniden PC787

Post by kidx » Wednesday, 01 February 2017, 17:54 PM

Uniden Bearcat PC-787 CB Radio with Large S/RF/SWR Meter

The PC787 is the latest CB radio from Uniden. It replaces the PC78 series radios and has a very similar look. Right away, though, you will notice the larger meters and fewer knobs. Unlike its predecessors, the PC787 uses a 6-pin microphone.

The Uniden PC787 brings advanced features in a classic design. The extra-large S/RF/SWR meter lets you check you levels with a glance. The PC787 has all the features important to you: integrated SWR meter, mic and RF gain, weather alert, noise blanker, automatic noise limiter, instant channel 9/19, and more. Plus, add the optional BC906W wireless CB microphone for convenient cord-free operation.


Extra-large S/RF/SW meter for easy viewing
Built-in SWR for perfect antenna matching
Tone control to adjust audio for best sound
NOAA weather with alert gets the latest weather conditions and hazards
Noise cancelling microphone
Mic gain adjust for best transmit level
RF gain adjust for best reception
Automatic noise limiter and noise blanker
Provide the clearest reception
What's in the Box?
Uniden PC787 CB Radio
Noise cancelling microphone
Mounting bracket and hardware
3 Pin Power Cord
Mic clip
Additional Information:
Antenna/SWR Warning: Yes
Channel Scan: None
External Speaker Connection: Yes
Frequency Counter: None
Instant Emergency Channels: Yes
Memory Channels: No
Microphone Gain: Yes
PA Speaker Connection: Yes
Roger Beep: No
SSB Operation: No
Talkback: No
Weather: Yes

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Re: Uniden PC787

Post by Scipio Kid » Thursday, 06 July 2017, 16:19 PM

You gotta love that big meter when you're on the road. That's why I've always preferred Galaxies over Cobras in my trucks, the meter is much easier to read at a glance especially when you get over 40 and your eyes go south.

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