*tti* TCB-5289 £225

Now this looks something familiar under another name. The CB business has been talking about tti looking for a different factory and having looked at a recently released radio then it appears they’ve indeed found a place outside of Korea for radios. Below we’ve got the details and the specifications. Can you imagine the crying as another radio without SSB!!

Technical details
Product Identification
Product code TTI-TCB5289
Manufacturer TTi
General characteristics
Model Furniture
AM/ FM broadcast band type
Frequency 28.000-29.700MHz (programmable)/ 25.615-30.105MHz
6 pins microphone type
3 W speaker power
Sensitivity (20dB SINAD) 0.8uV -113 dBm FM/ 1.5uV -103 dBm AM
Audio signal distortion less than 5% @ 1KHz
Emission power 4 W
Power supply 13.2 V
Absorbed current max. 11A
Dimensions (L x H x D/ Weight) 15.8 X 4.8 X 16.5 mm/ 1.1 kg
1DIN assembly
Special features
Dual Watch
Channel scanning
Emergency channel button
Roger Beep
Blue multicolour screen
8-channel memory channels
Echo function
CTCSS/ DCS (coder/ decoder)
Squelch manual
TOT (Time Out Timer)
Rear panel connections
Additional speaker connection
The package contains
Radio station
Support and grip screws radio station
Support and microphone grip screws
Power cord
User manual.

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15 thoughts on “*tti* TCB-5289 £225

  1. TTi? No relationship to TI right? And everyone will know this is NOT TI right… never heard of TTi….BUT I’m real familiar with the GREAT company TI for sure.. I love CB…but not sure about a TTi version….I’ll pass..buy American..


  2. I miss in all the export radio’s the possibillty to program repeater offset . There are 10 meter repeaters so why not.Even in the Netherlands is a repeaternetwork active ( WRLP network,90 kc offset)


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