Repacement radio

335d

Member
Most mainstream car radio makers, sony, jvc, kenwood etc have simple “deckless” units. some are only 100mm deep. They have Bluetooth for streaming from a phone, and/or USB port to connect a usb stick with tunes on.
The USB port can also be used to charge a phone, but probably only around 500mA output so will be slow.
I have never found the tuners in the cheap no brand units to be any good.

the last one I bought was a Sony @ £40 from Halfords on a bank holiday weekend deal.


 
Got one of those , fitted in nicely , works a treat ,
Most mainstream car radio makers, sony, jvc, kenwood etc have simple “deckless” units. some are only 100mm deep. They have Bluetooth for streaming from a phone, and/or USB port to connect a usb stick with tunes on.
The USB port can also be used to charge a phone, but probably only around 500mA output so will be slow.
I have never found the tuners in the cheap no brand units to be any good.

the last one I bought was a Sony @ £40 from Halfords on a bank holiday weekend deal.


I managed to post this in the wrong place so let me try again. Here is an old Sony radio, removed because the CD player had a fault.
It is the pull out version so it can be removed at night.
Reasonably priced to a good home.View attachment 998869View attachment 998868
have you sold it yet ?
 

Grassman

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Location
Derbyshire
While were on the subject of stereos, has anyone ever replaced an old push button type with something more modern, I've a couple of tractors that need new juke boxes but theres no room behind the unit to fit a standard tape deck or CD type.
You can get a modern dab radio which has very little depth to it so was to fit.
It's only the cd player that needed much space.
I put one in a tractor for around £30.
 

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Gareth Gill (51) of Abbot’s Walk, Newtownards pleaded guilty to two charges under the Waste and Contaminated Land (Northern Ireland) Order 1997, for which he was fined £150 each and ordered to pay a £15 offender’s levy

On June 25, 2018, PSNI officers went to Gill’s yard, where they found a large amount of waste consisting of scrap wood, pallets, carpet and underlay.

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