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RCI-2950 DX-6


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  • ALL NEW LED display replaces the old LCD display.  This display will be easier to read from various angles.
  • An improved receiver: designed for increased sensitivity and image rejections.
  • A double FET balanced mixer: for improved receiver inter-modulation rejection.
  •  New power supply protection: and temperature compensation for improved stability and reliability over wide temperature ranges.
  • Surface mount components: for increased resistance to shock and vibration.
  • Improved display lighting: for easy reading in a wide range of light conditions.
  • Variable Power Output - great for PSK-31 operation.

More features:

  • 10 & 12 Meter Bands
  • Large Frequency Display with Dimmer
  • Improved Receiver Design
  • Variable Output Power Control
  • Active Frequency Scanner
  • Receiver Clarifier (±0.5kHz)
  • Ten Programmable Frequencies
  • Noise Blanker/ANL Circuitry
  • Frequency Selector Lockout
  • Programmable Repeater Offset
  • Public Address Feature

Ranger radios sometimes have a small scratch or ding that the factory covers with black touch up.  We cannot effect this and do not guarantee your radio to be cosmetically perfect.  Bells CB will make no marks or scratches on your radio ourselves.  Ranger might though and I cannot control it.   

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                                       Mic wiring diagram






The item most overlooked when ordering a custom radio is the microphone.  Your new radio will NOT sound great with a stock mic on it even if you have it tuned.  If your CB is more than a tool for work, you NEED to upgrade your microphone. 
My personal favorites are the
Astatic 636L and RD104E.



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Comply with part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the condition that this device does not cause harmful interference. Further information can be found at the FCC website or the ARRL website

Transmitting using this radio requires an Amateur Radio License. Licensing information can be obtained by visiting or In Canada, visit or

SO-239As many of you may know;  Ranger, Galaxy and General radios have all had some poor tolerance coax connectors this last year (SO-239 on the back of the radio) . You have to wiggle the coax just right to get a good grab on the threads of the connector. They are too far “out of tolerance” and we can no longer accept it.       So we have started changing the coax connectors ourselves to a much higher quality SO-239 that will fit your coax nice and tight.  This has affected our selling price ($10) but we think you will agree that it is worth it.


...RCI-2950DX-6... $439.50
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We highly recommend one of these microphones wired 6-Pin because the stock mic sounds like a dixie cup.
Astatic 636L and RD104E.

Optional Accessories
 Tune-up and frequency conversion. (Tune-up, Alignment and expanded frequency coverage. $49
 Turner RK-56 Noise Canceling microphone.
(wired for this radio with a 6 pin plug)
 Astatic 636L Noise Canceling microphone.
(wired for this radio with a 6 pin plug)
With Up/Down
Buttons added?

 Astatic RD104-E Amplified microphone.
(wired with a 6 pin plug and a battery installed). Choose if you want Channel Up and Down buttons installed in the microphone.
Echo Type
 Install an Echo Board.  (SIDE)
(wired internal to the radio with dual controls on the left side to control speed and echo effects)
Install High Pass Filter Switch
(wired to tone control location inside the radio to cut the high frequency (hiss) sound to a lower tone. Much easier to listen to, I wouldn't own a Ranger without this mod.)  
Switch Location
 Install an EXTERNAL amplifier keying port. or PTT OUT.  We use an RCA jack in the back for a TX output PORT to your external device. Every time you key it provides a connection between the +/- of the RCA connector.  
      1) Output RCA completely isolated  from the radio. +/- of RCA connects to a relay that isolates it from the radios circuits.
      2) Optional BYPASS switch in case your external device does not have one. (turns port off (stays open))   
      3) Works all the time in high or low power modes..   
      4) Heavy duty relay can handle any keying circuit voltage, even the SB-220's - 120VDC circuit.
 Add a "Slider" option Modified the Clarifier for ability to control frequency on TX as well as RX, requires frequency realignment (This mod is available to some who want it, but I don't necessarily recommend it) $25
 Install a CP-1 Top Gun Audio Compressor. (on - all the time) This amplifies your lower level audio on transmit.
NOTE: It becomes difficult to use the Talkback even at low volume with this mod.

  Install a Record/Playback Module 30 seconds (wired inside the radio with  two pushbuttons on the side to record 30 seconds and to play it back) $77
 Install Talkback w/ a switch
(wired inside the radio so that when you talk you can hear yourself. If you chose an Echo or a Recorder mod, I highly suggest this as well)

 Install Talkback w/ no switch
(wired inside the radio so that when you talk you can hear yourself. If you chose an Echo or a Recorder mod, I highly suggest this as well)

Sound Byte link

 Install a Noise toy (wired inside the radio with a switch or pushbutton to trigger
 any 18 second sound byte you want)

Sound Byte link

 Install a Noise toy as a background theme music (wired inside the radio with a switch to play any background
 music at very low volume so you can talk over it.)
 Change factory power cord to a 10 Gauge Power Cord (14 foot) and modify the DC Jack for high amperage 2 Pin Quick connector.
10G power cordStryker SR-955 Power Cord UpgradeStryker SR-955 Power Cord Upgrade2950DX6 Jack upgrade

 Add a Small External Speaker
(plugs into back of the radio for improved sound)

 Add a Large External Speaker
(plugs into back of the radio for improved sound)
4 Pin to 6 Pin microphone adapter $10

Change Keyboard to BLUE exchange out the 8 green LED's and install 8 Blue so keyboard is a nice blue color. $39
Chrome covers Exchange the top and bottom covers to Chrome Covers. $32
Diomand plate covers Exchange the top and bottom covers to Diamond Plate Covers. $22
Add a power Supply to run this as a Base Station in the house. $109

We ask that if you may need Warranty service on this radio to please send directly to Ranger.  You can find all the information you need Here<---


Tuned up values on these watt meters
Dosy Bird RMS *Bird 43P
AM 2 ~ 20w 2 ~ 20w 2 ~ 20w
FM 25 ~ 50w 25 ~ 50w 25 ~ 50w
SSB 22 ~ 40w 24 ~ 30w 24 ~ 80w
PEAK AM 5 ~ 50w 3 ~ 21w 28 ~ 94w
*The most informative and the one we use.






 Frequency Range

10 Mtr: 28.000 - 29.6999 MHz
12 Mtr: 24.8900 - 24.9900 MHz

 Tuning Steps

1 MHz, 100 KHz, 10 KHz, 1 KHz, 100 Hz



 Frequency Tolerance


 Frequency Control

Microprocessor / Phase-Locked-Loop Synthesizer

 Frequency Stability


 Operating Temperature Range

-10 șC to + 50 șC

 Meter Function

 RF Output, RX Signal Strength, Modulation, SWR
(LCD Display Indicates Relative Values)

 Antenna Impedance

50 W

 Input Voltage

13.8 Vdc


400 W Dynamic PTT - 6 Pin

 Size (W x D x H)

 7-7/8" x 11" x 2-3/8"


 4 lb 3 oz

 Shipping Weight

10 lb.



 RF Power Output (Factory OEM)

CW / AM / FM: variable 2-20 Watts RMS
Peak AM: 60 Watts Peak power
SSB: 60 Watts (PEP)

 RF Power Output (Tuned-Up)

CW / AM / FM: variable 2-20 Watts RMS
Peak AM: 36-110 Watts Peak power
SSB: 90 Watts (PEP)



 CW Keying

Semi break-in

 Carrier Suppression

- 50 dB

 Spurious Emission

- 50 dB

 Antenna Connector

UHF Type, 50 W




AM / CW: 0.5 ”V for 10 db SINAD
FM: 0.25 ”V for 12 db SINAD
SSB: 0.15 ”V for 10 db SINAD


- 55db

 Image Rejection Ratio

- 65 db

 Audio Output Power

2.5 Watts @ 10% THD into 8 W


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