About Us

We are a servicing dealer of CB and 10-meter radios and accessories.

We offer competitive pricing, excellent selection, have a knowledgeable and friendly staff, and operate with honesty and integrity.

Qualities anyone would expect but are hard to come by these days. We have at least 95% of all product on our web site in stock at all times. All product is new and will carry manufacture warranty unless stated otherwise.

About The Owner (Clay Thompson) I have been servicing and modifying transceivers since 1980. I opened Clay’s Radio Shop in 1987. I started out in this field in installation. I quickly excelled into radio repair and modification and was soon managing the service department. My apprenticeship was for 7 years. In 1987 I was skilled, experienced, and had the drive and ambition needed to prosper as a business owner in this field.

In 2004 I took a close look at motorcycles and the communications that were available to the motorcyclist and decided to enter the field.

I opened motorcycle-communications in 2004.

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Comments
  1. Bill Jacobs says:

    I like the info. you provide about radio & related thing`s. Even though i may not understand it all,it helps. Thank you.

  2. Vinny says:

    Just recently purchased a Galaxy 949 that you modified. Wanted to say that I am really pleased with the radio and the work you performed. As this is my second radio purchase from you, I’ll be sure to recommend you. I am looking forward to future business with you.

    Thanks again. Vinny

  3. Ken says:

    Recieved my Galaxy DX 2547 Friday evening and setting it up for hopefully starting to explore the features of it. The A99 antenna went up without a hitch swr’s 1.1 on 1 and 1.5 on 40 @ base of antenna 36ft off of ground. Lightning arrestor on the antenna , mast grounded. On some sites they say to ground the radio also with no more than 102″ of wire to earth ground. If so where would be a good screw on the cabinet to ground it if it is neccesary ?

    • htmcnetwork says:

      Hello Ken,
      Realize that electricity follows the path to ground with the least resistance which could be you.
      Grounding the radio chassis itself as a secondary precaution is not a bad idea. Connect the ground wire to one of the case screws on the radio and keep the wire as short as possible.
      Use 100% copper wire. Be aware that in order to cut cost some wire may be a mix of aluminum and copper.
      Best Regards,
      Clay

  4. Ken says:

    I purchased a Galaxy DX-2547 from you before the holidays with the performance tuneup . In trying out the talkback option on the radio when I turn it clockwise all the way I hear nothing out of the speaker in AM , LSB or USB. Is this feature disabled when the tuneup is done ?

    • Ken says:

      PS: And also while on the subject does this also effect watts put out on a meter. When on lsb/ssb with both a Astatic PDC-1 or a MFJ 945-E when I key up it shows 0 watts when doing a check. In AC mode it will show the proper wattage.

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