Don't you guys have different spacing for the AM and FM frequencies? Here
FM is 88.5 to 107.9 with 200 kHz spacing.... 99.1, 99.3, 99.5, etc. AM is
540 to 1700 kHz with 10 kHz spacing. 660, 680, 690, etc. I thought you had
something like 9 kHz spacing for AM. If it's the same as here, then it
probably will work. If the channel spacing / frequency range is different,
then it won't work too well. I'm sure you've got sources for aftermarket
radios that will work just fine.
Thank you Bob, I have since learnt that there are differences in steps, so
you are correct, a USA unit will not play in the UK.
I would just hear static.
The USA 6 CD changer unit will play MP3, the UK 6 CD changer will not. Why?
The US radio units are made by Visteon; the MP3 capability is theirs
rather than Hyundais. Your UK version might have come from a
different supplier, or might be from a different parts bin.
Did you happen to get the "ipod" input plug that we didn't? Maybe
you'd better not answer that. Might be a riot.
No, no Ipod connector here. Although I see you can buy a radio unit now, and
it looks like you connect it to the Ipod (or anything else), set a
frequency, and then tune the car radio to receive.
I think the radio is Mobis. Another thing. They advertise it as a RDS unit.
I thought this type would display the station name. This radio only shows
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