I've been given the radio (AM/FM, CD and tape player)out of a 2002 V6
Sonata. I got the wiring harness today so that I could hook it up to a
power supply and speakers. To my surprise, the audio could barely be
heard. Does this radio require an amp? If so, any idea of what one
costs? Thank you.
The model number is H - 290YFL The part # is 96190 - 3D100
There is a bar code on the side. The numbers on it are:
WDA2102335 1008343 D91
If this radio does require an amp, is it also available via the
Thank you very much for your help. Much appreciated.
The H290 is externally amped. You can check the schematics in the ETM
section at www.hmaservice.com to see if you can garner some info about
what your amp will need to do. I'd presume that any amp should work, but
I'm not an audiophile and I've never looked into amps, so I could also be
completely wrong on that count.
Thank you. I'm still looking at replacing my stereo with an
aftermarket one supporting mp3 cds. My problem is I don't want to
-lose- any quality. I can't imagine the stock unit cost a fortune.
Does anyone know of a <$200 head unit that supports mp3 cds and would
sound as good as the stock H260? Im not worried about massive bass,
just something that'll sound the same as my stock unit.
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