Thank you very much. I got it going. I expected it to sound much better than
it does. I am using speakers from a 1983 300D which look to be in good
I can't believe that they have a timer to turn on the radio. What practical
application is there for that?
Am I right in that the only bass /treble control is push the button to boost
and press it to not boost?
I guess that I'll be shopping for a new radio. Any suggestions?
Pressing the tone buttons either way makes bass or treble go in a loop.
What I mean is, the up direction does not just go up.... it goes up, peaks, and
then goes down,
bottoms out flat, then goes up, peaks, goes down, etc. You just stop when you
The timer is a neat option. You can pull off the highway to take a nap. Set the
timer for the radio
to come on to wake you up in a few hours.
Or you can do what people did in Norway, Finland etc.: connect the single blue
wire to a relay. The
wire runs to the power antenna to energize it when the radio turns on, it puts
out 12V when the
radio is on. Run the relay to the drivers seat heater. Set the timer to a 1/2
hour so before you
leave for work on a cold morning. Radio comes on and seats get warm......
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