The ORGNo back-slapping boys club!
Started by sutekh, 06 June 2022, 02:25 AM
Quote from: raueda1 on 09 June 2022, 02:40 PMThis leads me think that there's a correlation between home audio tastes and what's acceptable in a car. I'm a vintage Krell/Mark Levinson/Sonic Frontiers/Magneplanar guy.
Quote from: orientrot on 09 June 2022, 07:30 PMI'm a vintage Yamaha/Carver/Klipschorn guy. I could find some Carver car audio stuff if I wanted to burn my car down and I'm afraid I can't replicate Klipschorns inside a family sedan.
Quote from: sutekh on 10 June 2022, 01:18 PM[Since you're a Carver fan, I found something you might be interested in for the w116: https://www.ebay.com/itm/154981743193A Flame Linear car amp! What could possibly go wrong? Hahaha!
Quote from: JeffCullen on 20 June 2022, 12:30 AMThiel/Magnepan/Pass Labs/Sonic Frontiers/Stax nut checking in.Things are not so exotic in the car... I slipped a $15 Bluetooth 5.0 module inside the functional Becker Mexico.
Quote from: Taha on 22 June 2022, 10:53 PMQuote from: JeffCullen on 20 June 2022, 12:30 AMThiel/Magnepan/Pass Labs/Sonic Frontiers/Stax nut checking in.Things are not so exotic in the car... I slipped a $15 Bluetooth 5.0 module inside the functional Becker Mexico.If you don't mind could you please explain how you did that? I like to do the same thing on mine. Thanks in advance.
Quote from: ptashek on 03 July 2022, 04:52 AMUK cars also came with other Blaupunkt radios - dealer installed on delivery as it was cheaper than the factory option. The Coburg model was popular.Do they sound crappy? Absolutely.
Quote from: SteveDuNord on 03 July 2022, 09:33 AMThe more I look at the continental/VDO unit the more I like it. I think with my car being a 77 MY, it wouldn't look to out of place. OP did you need to buy a harness adaptor? I'm hoping my bluetooth CD player has already modified the original harness enough to fit the Continental.
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