​​​​​​​LIVE CB RADIO
​Monitoring CB Radio Channels 1-35 AM

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THE STATION
LOCATION : Southeast Nebraska U.S.A.
RECEIVER : SDR
ANTENNA : 5/8 Wave Vertical
​AUDIO RACK : EQ1 + EQ2 + AMP Simulator + Compressor + 
Sonic Maximizer

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ABOUT THE STATION
Live CB Radio's main focus is optimum Signal To Noise Ratio. The station employs the use of a low noise antenna, low noise SDR receiver, noise reduction and finely tuned AGC and broadband noise blanker settings. The result is more desired signals and less undesired noise.
When listening to a conventional CB radio, the noise level and weak signals are often just as loud as strong signals. The result is listener fatigue and an overall poor listening experience. When listening to Live CB Radio, the noise level and weaker signals are assigned low volume levels, while stronger signals are assigned higher volume levels. The stronger the signal, the louder the volume. The result is a very pleasurable listening experience.


Live CB Radio is the internet's premier 'HI-FI' audio (Wideband AM) CB radio listening experience. The station employs the use of a wide band AM receiver and rack audio processing. The result is CB radio audio that sounds more like commercial AM radio. The latest addition to the Live CB Radio audio rack system is the Sonic Maximizer, which provides even more warm bass and crisp highs. Live CB radio has never sounded this good.
Live CB Radio is best heard by using a speaker system with a powered sub-woofer. When skip conditions are present and wide-band CB radio stations are transmitting, the warm, clean rumble of the sub-woofer is nothing less than amazing. Feel the bass!


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Livecbradio.com live radio pages and the live video player are now advertisement free. Live CB Radio now asks for your paypal donations and Patreon membership to fund future upgrades.
The next planned upgrade is a new antenna system that will be 20 feet higher than the existing antenna system. This upgraded antenna system will significantly improve local and DX reception, as well as lowering the noise level even further.