fine. You'll need an extra aerial for the DAB service. I'd suggest to
change the standard aerial (FM only) with a new, double service (FM+DAB)
aerial, possibly always from Blaupunkt. And... there are 2 different
socket standards to connect a DAB aerial. If yu choose a compatible one,
please check carefully the pug standard being used.
A last point: the DAB aerial is definitely NOT inexpensive, but critical
to get a good result.
You can also check http://www.blaupunkt.com/flash/index.htm
Stefano - Italy
to make it fit. The radio's a DIN standard, one hole. You probably have
a 2 hole space. If' you're rich you might want the CD changer in the
second hole, with an additional frame installed. Not very difficult, in
my opinion. But expensive, oh, yes!
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