GME TX3510WS DSP Compact UHF radio, Wireless
UHF radio powered by digital signal processing for Pure Sound
For some time vehicle manufacturers have recognised the advantage of steering wheel control over auxiliary devices, this feature is common place today, offering enhanced safety, convenience and ease of operation.
GME, the world's largest manufacturer of UHF CB Radio also acknowledges the critical benefit of steering wheel located, finger tip controls and is now offering a unique wireless steering wheel mounted PTT.
Two additional buttons offer user programmable functionality, including up/down channel change, scan function and priority channel selection.
Whether you are a professional truck driver or an occasional road user, the innovative GME W1 wireless PTT and handsfree microphone, available in the TX4500W, TX3510W and the TX3520W, is set to revolutionise both your driving safety and radio communications experience.
This is also equipped with GMEs newest digital scanning technology - ScanSuite™
Australian made UHF CB radios now have a 5 year warranty.
- Steering wheel mount for convenient and safe operation.
- Flexible mounting options.
- Large PTT button.
- Two user programmable function keys.
- Hands-free microphone with 2.4 m lead.
- 5 year warranty.
In the Box:
- Mounting Cradle
- Microphone Clip
- DC Lead and screw pack
- W1 wireless remote
- Hands-free microphone
- Steering wheel clamp
- Rear dress plate and fixings
- Adhesive pad
- Instruction manuals
Shipping address: Goods can be shipped to street address or a PO Box address, however, bulky goods will not be shipped to a PO Box address. Shipping to a PO Box address address will attract an additional charge. Delivery: There will be only 1 attempt to deliver at the nominated address. Authority to Leave the parcel is assumed, unless otherwise indicated on the web order. If you or your respresentative is not present to accept your delivery, either the parcel will be left at a secure place within your premises or a card will be left for you to contact the courier and organise a pick up from their depot or an Australia Post Office location.